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British trio set for Europa progress

British trio set for Europa progress


There’s another bumper evening of Europa League qualifying action on Thursday with Aberdeen, Rangers and Wolves all among the British teams hoping to progress.

Aberdeen’s second-round qualifier is finely poised at 1-1 after the first leg in Georgia against Chikhura Sachkhere and the Dons are now expected to get the job done on home soil.

Aberdeen to win both halves @ 6/4

Boss Derek McInnes is again likely to field a strong side and the Scottish outfit should be comfortable winners. Backing the home side to win both halves at 6/4 seems a wise move, while Sam Cosgrove, who netted in the first leg, is the obvious first goalscorer choice, available at 9/4.

Rangers carved out a valuable 2-0 first-leg lead over Progres Niederkorn last week and they should also be too strong in Thursday’s second leg. Steven Gerrard’s side have impressed in the Europa League qualifiers this summer and look in good shape ahead of the new Scottish Premiership season.

Progres Niederkorn v Rangers – Both teams to score @ 29/20

The Light Blues beat Championship promotion hopefuls Derby County in a friendly on Sunday and they can maintain their good form with a win in Luxembourg where both teams to score at 29/20 looks appealing.

Wolves to win by two-goal margin @ 51/20

Premier League Wolves looked nervy at times in their 2-0 first-leg win over Northern Ireland side Crusaders and had to wait until injury time to seal the win when Ruben Vinagre added to Diogo Jota’s earlier goal.

That second goal effectively ended Crusaders’ hopes and while they will try to ruffle a few feathers early on at Seaview, expect Nuno Espirito Santo’s side to come out on top.

Backing another two-goal winning margin in the second leg, on offer at 51/20, may prove fruitful.

Linfield to beat Havnar Boltfelag @ 6/5

One Northern Irish side who could make it through to the third qualifying round, however, is Linfield as they managed a 1-1 draw in the Faroe Islands against Havnar Boltfelag last week.

The Belfast outfit look decent value at 6/5 to record a second-leg win as they continue their bid to make the group stages of the Europa League for the first time in their history.

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Aidan Perkins Aidan is another person with a wealth of journalistic experience behind him, both written and broadcasting. He has played football to a good level and that gives him an extra insight into the reason for selections at both domestic and European matches.


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