Football Accumulator Tips: Thursday’s 24/1 BTTS flutter from the Euro action

Our tipster Paddy Murphy's on the goal hunt.

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5.45pm: FC Zurich v Arsenal – Arsenal to Win & Both Teams to Score
5.45pm: Hearts v Basaksehir – Both Teams to Score
8pm: Man United v Real Sociedad – Both Teams to Score
8pm: Shamrock Rovers v Djurgarden – Both Teams to Score
8pm: West Ham v FCSB – Both Teams to Score

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5.45pm: FC Zurich v Arsenal – Arsenal Win & BTTS

TV: BT Sport 2

Zurich are already 13 games into their campaign thanks to being involved in both Champions League and Europa League Qualifiers and have played seven Swiss Super League fixtures as well. Their league form has been nothing short of terrible though, they’ve gone winless over all seven of their games and have chalked up just two points from two draws, losing all five of their other games. In Europe they’ve fared better, winning all four of their previous Europa League qualifiers, drawing one and losing one in their Champions League matches.

Arsenal have played six Premier League games thus far and had been on a run of five wins in a row prior to Manchester United beating them 3-1 on Sunday afternoon last. The Gunners had been quite impressive up to then and even had good spells at Old Trafford and have scored 14 goals so far, conceding seven. The travelling side are short-odds to take the points here but Zurich have only gone scoreless in two of their last 12 at the Stadion Letzigrund. With Arsenal conceding plenty of late the value here is in combining a Both Teams to Score bet with an Away in.

5.45pm: Hearts v Basaksehir – Both Teams to Score

TV: BT Sport 3

Hearts have been busy so far this season too, they’ve played a total of nine games so far, six in the Premiership, losing both of their Europa League games to FC Zurich and also lost to Kilmarnock in the League Cup. In the league they’ve won three, drawn one and lost two while their recent home form in all competitions has seen them winning three and losing two over their last five games at Tynecastle Park, scoring a respectable nine while conceding six.

Basaksehir have 10 games under their belts so far, only four of which have been in the Turkish Super Lig, six of which were in the earlier rounds of Conference League Qualification where they won four and drew two, scoring 12 and conceding four. In their four away games this season they’ve scored a total of seven while conceding two but against a home side who have been scoring plenty there of late we’re going with Both Teams to Score here.

8pm: Man United v Sociedad – Both Teams to Score

TV: BT Sport 1 and BT Sport Ultimate

Of Manchester United’s six games so far this season they’ve only managed to keep two clean sheets and over recent fixtures played at Old Trafford have only managed to keep their opponents scoreless in one of their last nine games played there in all competitive matches.

Real Sociedad have only played four games so far this season in La Liga, winning two, drawing one and losing one, scoring a goal in each of those games, conceding a total of five. Over their last five away games we’ve seen Both Teams to Score landing in five but with it landing in six of the last seven home games for the Red Devils we’re getting a very decent price for it to occur again here.

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8pm: Shamrock Rovers v Djurgarden – BTTS

TV: BT Sport 5

Shamrock Rovers have won two, drawn one (winning it in Extra Time) and lost two over their last five fixtures in all competitions but their home form has been pretty outstanding with eight wins over their last 10 games played at the Tallaght Stadium and three of their most recent five home fixtures saw them beating Ludogorets, Shkupi and Ferencvaros in European competition.

Djurgarden are a decent outfit and are favourites to win here; they’ve won three of their last five fixtures, drawing one and losing one while on their recent travels have won two, drawn two and lost two, scoring eight while conceding five. Rovers have scored 10 over their last five at home so with both teams in ripe goal-scoring form we have to back Both Teams to Score here.

8pm: West Ham v FCSB – Both Teams to Score

TV: BT Sport 2

West Ham have played eight games in all this season so far but have only won three, two of which were in their qualifying tie against Denmark’s Viborg. In their other games they’ve lost four and drawn one of their Premier League encounters. On home soil their form has been patchy too, winning just one of their last five games played at the London Stadium, drawing two and losing two. We did, at least, see Both Teams to Score landing in three of those games however.

FCSB have played seven league games so far this season but have only won one, drawing four and losing two with BTTS landing in six of those seven clashes. In the Conference League they’ve had to play six games to qualify for the Group Stages, winning four and losing two and scored in two of their three away ties. Elsewhere their away stats have seen them scoring in eight of their last 10 on their travels and with the Hammers conceding in all 10 of their most recent home fixtures we’re getting some very generous odds here for Both Teams to Score to occur.

Thursday’s football acca tips

5.45pm: FC Zurich v Arsenal – Arsenal Win & Both Teams to Score
5.45pm: Hearts v Basaksehir – Both Teams to Score
8pm: Man United v Real Sociedad – Both Teams to Score
8pm: Shamrock Rovers v Djurgarden – Both Teams to Score
8pm: West Ham v FCSB – Both Teams to Score

*An accumulator with these bets pays at approximately 24/1 with Paddy Power. CLICK HERE TO ADD IT TO YOUR BETSLIP.

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