Today’s best football betting tips UK – Thursday, 26th November 2020

The best football betting tips for Thursday's Europa League action

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Today’s football betting tips are focusing on the Europa League action, which is already at Matchday Four.

We will be taking a look at the England and Scottish clubs, where they are at and what they have in front of them for Thursday.

It’s a busy night for football betting today, so let’s just jump straight in.


Best Football Betting Tips Today: Braga v Leicester

If Matchday Three’s meeting at the King Power is anything to go by, Leicester could be in for a comfortable night in Portugal.

The Foxes took a 4-0 home win over Braga to make it three wins from three in Group G.

So they do have one foot in the next round and three points on Thursday would get them there.

Leicester had lost three straight away games in Europe before collecting a 2-1 win at AEK Athens on Matchday Two of this campaign.

Overall the Foxes have managed to take just three wins in ten previous games in UEFA competition.

They are a quote of 11/10 to get the win on Thursday.

They have played once before in Portugal, losing 5-0 at Porto in the 2016/17 Champions League.

Braga have taken a W2 L1 record in their group efforts so far and are 23/10 in the match outright.

They do have a pretty handy home record at the Estadio Municipal of W10 D2 L2 in the Europa League Group Stage.

In their one home game in the group so far they hammered AEK Athens 3-0.

This is a big game for both but we see them sharing the points.

Draw at 5/2

* (Betting Odds were taken from Boylesports on November 25th, 2020 at 05:12 a.m.)

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Football Betting Picks Today: Molde v Arsenal

Arsenal are having real problems in front of goal at the moment on the domestic front

But they have been in goalscoring form in Europe and have won all three group stage games in the Europa League so far.

They beat Molde 4-1 in North London on Matchday Three. Another win over the Norweigian side would see Arsenal book a spot in the next round of the competition.

The Gunners don’t appear to quite be in top gear overall at the moment but are strong 8/13 for the away win.

Arsenal are undefeated in their last seven European away games, winning five of them.

The Gunners hold an excellent W7 D1 L1 away record in the competition’s group stage. They haven’t lost away since 2017 (Cologne).

Molde are putting up a good fight in Group B with a W2 L1 record on the board, so they would probably be relatively happy with avoiding defeat this time around against the Gunners.

Molde are undefeated in their last 12 European home games (W9 D3).

In that sequence of games, they have managed to take a staggering eight clean sheets as well.

But they didn’t have much of an answer against Arsenal last time out and as 4/1 underdogs, we don’t seem them turning the tables.

Arsenal to win at 8/13
* (Betting Odds were taken from Boylesports on November 25th, 2020 at 05:12 a.m.)

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Football Betting Tips for Today: Sparta Prague v Celtic

This is action from Group H next for football betting tips today. Celtic are in a spot of bother in the section too.

It has been a D1 L2 record that the Bhoys have collected so far in his campaign.

There is a bit of hope for them in that Celtic hammered Sparta Prague 4-1 at Parkhead on Matchday Three.

The Scottish Champions are 9/4 underdogs for Today’s match as across all competitions, they have taken just two wins in their last six (D3 L1).

From their two previous visits to the Czech Republic, Celtic are D1 L1, failing to score in either fixture.

Overall Celtic have a really poor away record in this competition.

It is a W2 D11 L10 record that Celtic hold in the UEFA Champions League.

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Sparta have only dropped two of the previous 18 home games in the Europa League, winning eleven of those.

On Matchday One they suffered a home loss against Lille, snapping a 15-match unbeaten run of home form.

Just as Celtic do, Sparta Prague need a win in this game to really keep their qualification hopes alive.

They are 11/10 favourites to get it and that just looks like the better bet.

Sparta Prague to win at 11/10

* (Betting Odds were taken from Boylesports on November 25th, 2020 at 05:12 a.m.)

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Online Betting Football Tip: Rangers v Benfica

Rangers are top of their group, but level on points with Benfica. So this is the big one, a likely decider for the group win.

There was a draw between these two on Matchday Three, a thrilling 3-3 result.

Rangers are having a very good season and in a commanding position at the top of their domestic league and on course for the knockout stages in Europe.

In their last three games in all competitions, Rangers have tallied 15 goals and two clean sheets.

They are 21/20 to take a home win on Thursday. They hold a superb W7 D2 L0 record at home against Portuguese visitors.

Benfica have only won one of their five previous visits to Scotland (D1 L3).

In their last 19 European away games, the Eagles have managed to win just four of them (D3 L12).

So that’s a pretty terrible record, but in the Europa League group stage specifically, they are W3 L1.

But they are without a win in any of their last three games in all competitions (D1 L2).

We see the 5/2 underdogs coming up short at Ibrox.

Rangers to win at 21/20

* (Betting Odds were taken from Boylesports on November 25th, 2020 at 05:12 a.m.)

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Online Betting Football Tip: Tottenham v Ludogorets

Jose Mourinho has Tottenham ticking along very well at the moment. They are on a four-match winning streak in all competitions.

In that sequence of success was a 3-1 away win at Ludogorets on Matchday Three of this Europa League campaign.

In the Europa League group stage, Spurs hold a W13 D2 L1 record and are unbeaten in their last thirteen such fixtures.

It is a six-match winning streak in group stage home games that Spurs are on. The Lilywhites are 1/12 odds-on to extend that winning sequence on Thursday.

That’s a reasonable enough conclusion to jump to as Ludogorets have not taken a single point in this group so far.

They have conceded an average of three goals per game.

Tottenham -2.75 Asian Handicap at 10/11

* (Betting Odds were taken from Boylesports on November 25th, 2020 at 05:12 a.m.)

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