We've featured big European teams with great prices in this version of our acca with William Hill
With weekend domestic action over, it means that European football returns to our screens once more, and we have picked out another fantastic accumulator for punters to take in the Europa League on Thursday night.
MONACO to beat Qarabag @ 6/5 with William Hill
Cash-rich French club and Group J table-toppers Monaco travel to Qarabag, who sit bottom of the pool after three games, and are very tempting to beat them.
The Ligue 1 side beat the Azerbaijani outfit last time out, and are doing so well this year so far that they are ahead of Premier League team Tottenham and Anderlecht, and another victory would all-but secure their place in the knockout rounds.
AJAX to beat Fenerbahce @ 23/20 with William Hill
Dutch and continental giants Ajax are past winners of this competition and have also lifted the European Cup on four occasions.
On top of that, the team from Netherlands are sitting pretty on top of the Eredivisie while Fenerbahce are down in just third in the Super Lig, which makes the hosts terrific chances.
SION to beat Bordeaux @ 6/4 with William Hill
Being already four points ahead of second-placed team Liverpool in Group B, Swiss side Sion’s price to win really is too good not to take, particularly as they are at home.
They beat Bordeaux in the away fixture 1-0, and are yet to taste defeat in their first three games.
BASEL to beat Belenenses @ 11/10 with William Hill
Another in-form Swiss team feature in this acca, and Basel really have been dominant both in the Europa League, where they lead Group I by two points, and their domestic division, which they top by a massive 13 points already.
Belenenses have drawn and lost heavily to Fiorentina so far in this pool and don’t look likely to halt Basel.
LAZIO to beat Rosenborg @ 8/5 with William Hill
Group G leaders and famous Serie A side Lazio travel to Rosenborg as fantastic shouts for victory having already done so 3-1 last time out.
The Italian capital club are top by three points already, and six ahead of the Norwegians, who have claimed just a draw so far in the pool.