The Europa League has been a graveyard for many an accumulator in the past, although the qualifying stage can be a little more predictable.
That means good value can be found in the market and we have strived to do just that with this four-way accumulator.
We were just one result away from landing a 27/1 acca in the Champions League, so let's see if we can go one better with this one.
Partizani Tirana vs FC Basel
It is fair to say that FC Basel have a good reputation in European soccer and it is very well deserved.
The Swiss club have seen the likes of ivan Rakitic, Granit Xhaka, Xherdan Shaqiri, and Mo Salah don the blue and red, so someone at Basel certainly knows what they are doing.
Typically, the current Basel team is a blend of solid reliable older heads and a pack of maverick youngsters, and that's going to make them fun to watch again this season.
They take a 3-0 first-leg lead to Albania to face Partizini Tirana, meaning they have done the bulk of the work in this tie.
Basel should also have no fitness worries given they have already started their Swiss Super League season, which they got underway with a solid 2-0 win at Grasshopper last week.
All in all, you suspect the Swiss side could probably win this one in second or third gear.
FC Ashdod vs FK Qarabag
Qarabag are a memorable Europa League club from years gone by, and they are bidding to get back among the top teams again this season.
If that is to happen, they will need to find a result at Israeli side Ashdod, although that may not be as simple as it sounds.
Ashdod came away from the first leg with a very credible 0-0 draw, giving themselves a great chance to progress on home soil.
Qarabag have not made things easy for themselves by failing to earn a first-leg advantage, but with Ghanian international Owusu Kwabena in their forward ranks, they will likely have too much to be denied again.
BATE Borisov vs Dinamo Batumi
Like Qarabag, Belarusian side BATE Borisov have made their mark in Europe as likeable minnows and they are another team you genuinely root for in terms of qualifying for the main draw of the Europa League.
They face Georgian side Dinamo Batumi, who are currently top of the Erovnuli Liga.
However, any fitness advantage that may have handed them against most other sides at this stage of the season will count for nothing against BATE, who are equally deep into their own domestic campaign.
BATE also take a 1-0 lead into the tie after Pavel Nekhaychik's winner in Georgia.
Despite a surprise home defeat to Dinamo Brest in their latest outing, it's hard to see BATE being troubled too much and they are likely to run out pretty routine winners.
Bohemians vs F91 Dudelange
Irish teams are not exactly renowned for success in Europe, but qualification can often give them a short-lived edge given they play their domestic soccer in the spring and summer.
In truth, it has not been a vintage campaign for Bohemians who currently sit fourth and well off the pace in the Irish Premier League - although they have registered a couple of big wins this month.
Another of their wins in July was the away leg against Luxembourg's Dudelange, with Ross Tierney's early goal being enough to earn a slender advantage for the return match in Dublin.
Dudelange have played just twice since the end of May, so they are unlikely to be up to speed yet, and that will probably leave them high-and-dry in this one.