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Comforts of home to prove the difference

Comforts of home to prove the difference

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There are so many games in the Europa League this evening so I’ve offered an extra tip today – starting with a home banker in Turkey.

Fenerbahce to win @ 21/20

Fenerbahce have only managed three home wins so far this season but they can add to their tally when Anderlecht visit this afternoon in one of the early kicks offs.

Fener seem to be close to rediscovering their best form after a 2-2 draw at Galatasaray last time out.

The Turkish outfit drew in Belgium in their first meeting with Anderlecht but home advantage should see them over the line today against a side who have lost four of their last six away games.

Bordeaux to win @ 8/5

Bordeaux entertain Zenit St Petersburg and the French club desperately need a win if they are to keep their Europa League hopes alive after three defeats so far.

That may be all the motivation they need and their home form is fairly solid with five wins in their last eight, while Zenit are yet to win away in Europe this season, including qualifiers, and have also lost three of their last four away games domestically.

Timo Werner first scorer @ 11/4

RB Leipzig head to Celtic and Germany striker Timo Werner can get them off to the perfect start by opening the scoring.

Werner struggled at the start of the season after a disastrous World Cup but the striker looks to have rediscovered his confidence.

Werner has four goals in his last two games and hit the opener in both of those matches, and at 11/4 looks good value to score first in Glasgow.

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Gareth Freeman Gareth is our daily tipster, who has years of successful sports betting behind him and is always on hand to offer a value bet. As well as a passion for Football (UK and European), he also has in-depth Tennis, Boxing, Snooker and Basketball knowledge.