When it comes to European soccer, Thursday nights are busier than ever and we've taken a look at both the Europa and Europa Conference League for our latest acca picks.
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We've also got selections for games involving PSV, Lazio and Roma. And don't forget that with five selections or more you can take advantage of our fantastic ACCA INSURANCE offer. This promotion is available to new and existing Planet Sport Bet customers, and full T&Cs apply.
Vitesse Arnhem vs Tottenham
Vitesse fans were involved in an unusual incident last weekend as part of the stand they were occupying at NEC Nijmegen gave way as they were celebrating a hard-fought away win.
Thankfully no one was injured and the Arnhem faithful can enjoy a unique claim to fame and coverage on A Question of Sport for years to come. However, we're not so sure they will be as exuberant at the end of their Europa Conference League clash against Spurs.
The visitors well and truly pooped the Newcastle party last time out, winning 3-2 at St James' Park for their second league victory on the bounce and just like that Nuno's men are up to fifth in the Premier League.
However, Spurs haven't had it all their own way in the Europa Conference League, drawing at Rennes before winning against a Mura side who already look like the Group G whipping boys.
The hosts are third in the group after losing at home to Rennes and beating Mura in Slovenia, but they look vulnerable at home with just two wins from seven at the GeIreDome Stadium and two losses in their last four.
The visitors have momentum on their side and even with Nuno set to ring the changes there should be more than enough Spurs quality on show to see off the hosts, so the away win is our pick here.
West Ham vs Genk
David Moyes is continuing to work his magic at West Ham and the Irons have made a strong start to the season in all competitions, reaching the last 16 of the EFL Cup at Man Utd's expense and climbing to seventh in the Premier League.
West Ham could not have made a better start to their Europa League campaign, topping Group H thanks to a pair of 2-0 victories over Dinamo Zagreb and Rapid Vienna, with Declan Rice, in particular, showing a real liking for this competition by scoring in both matches.
Genk are third in the group after beating Rapid Vienna and losing to Dinamo Zagreb and there's very little in their recent form to suggest the Belgians can get anything from their trip to the London Stadium.
The visitors have lost their last three games, tasted defeat in four out of their last six away matches and in the Europa League they have won just one of their last four games away from the Luminus Arena.
West Ham are heavy favourites but after another clean sheet in their 1-0 victory at Everton last time out, we're happy to back the Hammers to win to nil.
Rangers vs Brondby
A season of European soccer which began with dreams of a Champions League group stage berth is in danger of becoming one where dropping into the Europa Conference League is the best Rangers can hope for.
Losses against Lyon and Sparta Prague have left Steven Gerrard's men rooted to the bottom of Group A, pointless, goalless and facing a must-win clash against a Brondby side just one point ahead of them.
Gerrard will fancy his side's chances of securing a vital win as the Danes have struggled away from home this season, with their only win in nine attempts coming against a side in the fourth tier of Danish soccer.
The men from Ibrox are unbeaten in four home games since losing to Lyon on Matchday 1 and we're expecting that run to continue with a win for Rangers which should kickstart their Europa League campaign.
PSV Eindhoven vs Monaco
A match that wouldn't look out of place in the Champions League should provide plenty of entertainment in Eindhoven, as free-scoring PSV take on a Monaco side hot on their heels at the top of Group B.
There has been very little to choose between these teams this season in the Europa League, as they have both beaten Sturm Graz and drawn with Real Sociedad, with the Dutchmen topping the table only by goal difference.
However, league form tells a different story as PSV are second in the Eredivisie with three wins from their last four games, while Monaco are languishing in 10th place in Ligue 1, having taken just four points from their last three matches.
Niko Kovac's men have also struggled away from the Principality, winning just one of their last four, while PSV have won six, drawn three and lost just one of their home games this season. So at a shade over evens PSV to win is the value bet here.
Lazio vs Marseille
Group E is shaping up to be one of the tightest battles for qualification with just three points separating the top and bottom sides, and sandwiched in between leaders Galatasaray and Lokomotiv Moscow are Lazio and Marseille.
The Biancocelesti lie second with three points from their opening two games, after losing in Turkey and bouncing back with a home victory over Moscow, while Marseille are third after drawing with both those sides.
Les Olympiens are third in Ligue 1 with five wins from nine matches and they are also one of the most free-scoring sides in the division with 18 goals to their name, a total bettered only by runaway leaders PSG.
Lazio are fifth in Serie A with four wins from eight games but two of them have come in their last three matches, including an impressive 3-1 home win against Inter Milan last time out, and Ciro Immobile is Serie A's top scorer with seven goals to his name already.
Marseille's two star players will be familiar to most English fans and Dmitri Payet and Matteo Guendouzi have eight goals and six assists between them. While keeping them quiet will be easier said than done, it will be crucial to Lazio's hopes of victory.
The bookies make Lazio 3/4 favourites but with a close game in prospect and both sides in good goalscoring form, we're happy to back both teams to score in Rome.
Bodo Glimt vs Roma
However, they look head and shoulders above the competition in the Europa Conference League, beating CSKA Sofia and Zorya by a combined total of 8-1 and topping Group C, two points ahead of their latest opponents.
Bodo Glimt may sound like a character from Lord of the Rings but the Norwegian champions top the Eliteserien by three points with eight games left to play, after a blistering run of form which has seen them win seven and draw three of their last 10 league matches.
Glimt have made a solid start to the Europa Conference League group stage with a win against Zorya and a draw at Sofia, but hosting Roma is a different kettle of fish and we reckon the step up in class will be too much for Kjetil Knutsen's side.
The last time Glimt faced anyone near Roma's class was in July when they lost both legs of a Champions League qualifying tie to Legia Warsaw, and last year was a similar story as they lost a Europa League qualifier to AC Milan.
Mourinho also seems to be taking this competition seriously by including star striker Tammy Abraham in both of their previous matches, being rewarded with a goal from the former Chelsea man in each of them. That's a pattern we expect to continue in Norway and one which will end in a win for the visitors.