Seeley’s Selections – Dynamo Kiev v Everton

Dynamo Kiev v Everton

Match Betting

What a week it’s been in Europe for BoyleSports punters and that looks set to continue again on Thursday, this time in the Europa League when Everton travel to Dynamo Kiev.

We have had some very tasty winners over the last couple of days but the 21/20 with BoyleSports on the home side to win this one is without a doubt my best bet of the midweek action. Roberto Martinez’ side aren’t having a very good season, in fact it’s been awful, but they save their best for Thursday nights and I can’t see their best being good enough for this very tough trip.

The Toffees eased their relegation concerns with a 3-0 win against Newcastle at the weekend but with a huge trip to QPR on Sunday, the quest for Premier League survival must take precedence. A trip to Kiev is still one of the toughest in Europe and 14/5 with BoyleSports on a team that have lost their last three Premier League away matches without scoring, is overrating their chances for me.

Dynamo Kiev are cruising to the Ukraine title and are unbeaten at home domestically all season and I can’t see anything other than a convincing home win on Thursday.

Kiev have won every one of their six home games in this competition and in those matches they have won them all without conceding a goal

and the home side to win to nil is also a bet I strongly fancy at 5/2.

Everton hold a slender 2-1 win from the first leg and I can’t see that being enough for them to qualify through to the quarter-finals and the 7/5 with BoyleSports on the Ukrainains to make it into the hat for next week’s last eight draw is well worth taking. The home side never lose in Kiev, and they don’t concede either and a 2-0 win at 8/1 that is also worth a bet for the more recreational punter looking to turn his couple of quid into some spends for the weekend.

Kiev warmed up for this one in very convincing style with a 5-0 thrashing against llichivets at the weekend and with confidence sky high I can’t see the Blues coming back to Merseyside with anything other that a few souvenirs.

Dieumerci Mbokani has been the man getting the goals for the Ukranians, both domestically and in Europe. The African, at 9/2 with BoyleSports to continue his fine current goalscoring with the first on Thursday, well that’s just too big.
Mbokani has scored 50 goals in 83 games since 2011 and on that form he’s the call to score more important goals yet again.

B Lucky!

Seeley’s Selections:
Dynamo Kiev To Win To Nil @ 5/2
Dynamo Kiev To Qualify @ 7/5
Correct Score: Dynamo Kiev 2-0
Dieumerci Mbokani First Goalscorer @ 9/2