The Europa League continues with round five action and if you are looking for some goalscoring tips you have come to the right place. Form Labs pick out three potential scorers from the games with their betting tips preview. If that isn’t enough then check out the additional enhanced odds and accas available for the Europa League.
AC Milan v F91 Dudelange Goalscorer Odds
F91 Dudelange are the first Luxembourgish side to qualify for the Europa League but as expected they have struggled. They’ve lost each of their four matches by an aggregate score of 11-1, as they’ve conceded an average of four goals per game from their two road matches. That will be music to Gonzalo Higuain’s ears and having been banned domestically, he will take a central role for Milan in Europe.
He has two goals from three games in this competition – including one in the reverse fixture – and with five of his seven goals across all competitions coming at the San Siro, he’ll certainly fancy his chances. Indeed, all seven of his strikes have come from his last nine full 90-minute matches, and we expect him to get the full game and add to his season tally against such poor opposition.
Standard Leige v Sevilla Goalscorer Odds
No team has scored more goals in this years’ Europa League than the Sevilla. The player with the most of these is Ever Banega, who slotted two of his three goals from the penalty spot. The midfielder is relied upon much more in Europe with Andre Silva being rested for their La Liga outings. With their striker wrapped in cotton wool Banega has taken ownership in getting forward and getting shots away, as no teammate has averaged more shots on goal than his 3.3 per game in this competition. The Argentinian has had a hand in five goals from his three matches in this group (three goals and two assists) and at a huge price we fancy a punt on him striking again.
Indeed, Pablo Machin’s men only need a draw to progress having thumped their opposition 5-1 in the reverse fixture, but they’ll want to win this and top the group when they host Krasnodar in December to earn an easier knockout game. What’s more, their Belgian hosts have lost three of their last five outings and so they should be able get on the scoresheet at least.
Malmo v Genk Goalscorer Odds
Malmo may be on an 11-game unbeaten run but they haven’t faced anyone of Genk’s quality in that time, with the possible exception of Besiktas who are nine points off the pace in the Turkish Super Lig. Indeed, when they faced the visitors earlier in the season they lost 2-0. The Belgian outfit did lose last time out at home, but on the road they’ve won nine of their 13 games in all competitions. They’ve been scoring for fun across those games, netting more than a single strike in 10, and four or more in seven, as they lead the way in both the Belgian first division and this Europa League group for goals scored and points.
The man who has been coming up trumps for the visitors is Mbwana Samatta. The striker found the back of the net six times across their final four qualification outings to get to this point, grabbed one against Malmo in the reverse fixture, while he also got on the scoreboard twice in their last European road trip at Besiktas. Moreover, the Tanzanian is joint-second top scorer in the Belgian league with 10, so he looks a great price to add to his 19 goals in total so far this term.
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