Europa League: Nabil to nibble on soft Toffees…

Sometimes sports gambling can really kick you in the unmentionables!

Wednesday’s 10/1 anytime goalscorer treble relied on a series of events occurring – Ronaldo scoring (tick), Aguero scoring (tick), Liverpool being awarded a penalty (tick), James Milner taking it (tick), and scoring (oooops…). (Champions League: A legends treble – Ronaldo, Aguero and…Milner?)

Still, we try again.

Attention turns to the Europa League tonight, and Arsenal and Everton represent the English Premier League.

The Gunners host Crvena Zvezda, previously known as Red Star Belgrade, having won their previous three games in this group, including against today’s opponent in Belgrade.

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger is likely to make several changes, reverting to his midweek team, but these players should still be too good for their opponents. A home win awaits, and we look to fleet of foot Theo Walcott to score.

Everton, by contrast, have only one point from their first three fixtures, the worst start a Premier League team has made to its Europa League campaign.

Caretaker manager David Unsworth has left behind several of his key players from the trip to Lyon, clearly prioritising their faltering domestic league campaign.

Everton lost at home to Lyon in the reverse fixture, and we can only see a similar outcome this time round. We look to chief playmaker and likely penalty taker Nabil Fekir to net at anytime during the game.

Recommendations: Walcott and Fekir to score anytime double, 1 pt, at around  7/2, Paddy Power 

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