This season’s Europa League will soon spring back into action following the enforced break and with sixteen teams still in contention, there is still very much left to play for.
Manchester United have been truly outstanding in this competition, their last two European games ending in thoroughly convincing 5-0 wins. The last of these was against Linz ASK in the first leg of their last-sixteen tie and there’s absolutely no evidence to suggest that they won’t add to this emphatic scoreline when they take to the field in the return leg at Old Trafford early next month.
The bookmakers clearly believe that the Red Devils are the ones to beat in this competition with most firms going a general 5/2 that they hold aloft the Europa League Trophy at the end of what has been a long and uncertain campaign.
Fellow Premier League side Wolverhampton Wanderers have also impressed in the competition, the West Midlands outfit thumping Spanish side Espanyol to the tune of 6-3 in the last round and holding firm to draw 1-1 at Olympiakos last time out. They are fancied to get the job done in the second-leg of their last-sixteen tie at Molineux next month and the bookies fancy their chances of going all way with most firms going 11/2 that they win the trophy and thus head straight into next season’s Champions League.
Bayer Leverkusen have been very much a mixed bag since their return from the enforced break, however they have one foot firmly in the quarter-finals thanks to their convincing 3-1 victory over Rangers at Ibrox in mid-March. The German outfit were clearly the better of the two sides in that clash and there’s no reason to believe that they won’t complete the job in the return leg, the bookies going 5/1 that they clinch the Europa League trophy.
6/1 shots Inter Milan are still one of the giants on the European stage although they have long been a long way below the top clubs on the continent. They will once again look to haul themselves onto the top table of European football by winning this competition and they are in a fairly strong position to do just that following their 4-1 aggregate win over Ludogorets in the last round of the competition.
Sevilla made this competition very much their own in the earlier years of the last decade, the Spaniards holding the trophy aloft three times between 2013/14 and 2015/16. They scraped into the last sixteen of the competition on away goals following back-to-back draws against CFR Cluj-Napoca in the last round of the competition and the bookies go a general 8/1 that they return to the top table of European football by winning the Europa League.
All of the leading bookmakers are offering a wealth of free bets on this season’s Europa League, these available when you register today and make an initial deposit into your account. There are hundreds of pre-match and in-play markets on each Europa League match and you can take advantage of these by registering a new account now.
Europa League Winner Odds
5/2 – Manchester United
11/2 – Wolverhampton Wanderers
5/1 – Bayer Leverkusen
6/1 – Inter Milan
8/1 – Sevilla
14/1 – Getafe
14/1 – AS Roma
18/1 – Shakhtar Donetsk
25/1 – Basel
50/1 – Istanbul Buyuksehir
66/1 – Olympiakos
66/1 – FC Copenhagen
80/1 – Wolfsburg
500/1 – Rangers
500/1 – Eintracht Frankfurt
500/1 – LASK LinzTags: 2021, europa league betting, europa league betting odds 2020
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