Back Bayer Leverkusen, Celtic and Leicester in boosted Europa League treble

Thursday promises to be another enthralling night of action in the Europa League, and you can cash in thanks to a Planet Sport Bet boost.

The brilliantly bonkers Europa League is back on our screens this week, and you can cash in with a boosted treble from Planet Sport Bet.

Leicester and Celtic provide British interest, as they face Spartak Moscow and Ferencvaros respectively. Meanwhile, Bayer Leverkusen and Real Betis clash in Germany.

You can back all three to win in a treble boosted from 4/1 to 5/1.

Planet Boost - Europa League, Thursday, November 4

Bayer Leverkusen to beat Real Betis

Leverkusen have a brilliant record at home in this competition and there is every reason to suspect that will continue against Betis on Thursday, despite them currently being on a run of five games without a win in all competitions.

Part of that run was a 1-1 draw in Betis last month, with both goals coming in the last 15 minutes of the match.

In general, though, Leverkusen's form this season has been good. They are sitting in a Champions League spot in the Bundesliga and no one will be surprised to see them finish there.

Real Betis are also having a good season, though, and they will no doubt be fancying themselves to win at the BayArena, but Leverkusen's European knowhow should see them through.

Celtic to beat Ferencvaros

Celtic manager Ange Postecoglou celebrates victory after the final whistle during the cinch Premiership match at Fir Park, Motherwell.

Celtic are a little off the pace in both their Europa League group and the Scottish Premier League this season, but are unlikely to find Ferencvaros too tricky.

They really need to beat them as well, with them currently four points shy of both Betis and Leverkusen and knowing that three points in Hungary would see them gain on at least one of those two sides.

Celtic certainly had no difficulty in winning the reverse fixture in this group.

Second-half goals from Kygogo Furuhashi and an own-goal from Balint Vecsei eased them to a 2-0 win at Celtic Park in October.

Both teams have been keeping plenty of clean sheets domestically of late, so don't expect many goals. However, Celtic look like the team most likely to edge it.

Leicester to beat Spartak Moscow

Leicester City's Patson Daka celebrates scoring their side's second goal of the game before it is ruled out for offside by VAR

When these two sides met in Moscow earlier this season, it was a veritable thriller.

Patson Daka ran riot on that night, scoring all four goals as Leicester turned a 0-2 deficit into a 4-3 success.

The win was part of an upturn in Leicester's form after a poor start to the Premier League season, and they are slowly making progress there. The Foxes are very much back in touch with the top half of the table and have booked themselves a spot in the Carabao Cup quarter-finals.

Spartak, on the other hand, have not had a good time of late. That defeat to Leicester was part of a four-game winless run that has also included a 7-1 thrashing away at Zenit St Petersburg.

The Russian's do boast former Chelsea winger Victor Moses in their squad, but it's hard to see them troubling Leicester too much based on their recent form.

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