Eight teams are remaining in each of the other two European competitions. In the Europa League, Manchester United will have to eliminate the most decorated team in the competition, Sevilla, while Juventus needs more than good performances against Sporting Lisbon, which threw Arsenal out. Erik ten Hag managed to keep his seat safe for now, after the humiliating loss to Liverpool.
Manchester United’s win in the first leg is set at 1.33, Sevilla’s at 9.00 and the draw is at 5.00. United will have to travel again to Sevilla, after beating Real Betis both at home and away. Juventus qualified over Freiburg, but now the stakes are higher. Juventus to win is at 1.61, Sporting Lisbon to win is at 5.00, while the draw is set at 4.00.
Roma will have to prove that eliminating Real Sociedad is not something easy. Feyenoord is another serious competitor, being the team that scored 7 times versus Shakhtar Donetsk. Feyenoord’s odds are at 2.37, Roma’s odds are at 2.80, and the match to end in a draw is at 3.50. Europa League seems the next possible goal for Jose Mourinho.
Xabi Alonso looks more comfortable sitting on Bayer Leverkusen’s bench right now. After prevailing over Monaco, the Germans provided two fantastic displays against Ferencvaros. Union St. Gilloise was again better versus Union Berlin, managing to achieve an easy second-leg win. Leverkusen’s odds are at 1.67, Union’s odds are at 5.00 while the draw is set at 3.80.
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Thursdays are not only for Europa League though. The Englishmen are the huge favourites in this one also. West Ham may not perform well in the Premier League, but Moyes’ squad has the chance to win a title this season. Gent is a tough opponent though, full of excessive talents.
In the same category as West Ham is Fiorentina. A team that continues to frustrate its fans in Italy, but her quality is more than enough to bring the trophy to Florence. Italy is at its finest this season and Fiorentina will have to eliminate Lech Poznan.
Alkmaar beat Lazio twice and now the club will compete against the team that eliminated Villarreal. Anderlecht has its pros and cons, but this matchup has a clear favourite at this point. Basel needed a goal at 90+ minutes and penalties to survive over Slovan Bratislava, but the tough matches are ahead. Nice seems pretty competitive in both Ligue 1 and Europa Conference League under Digard, heading towards a surprising end.
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