Europa League Predictions

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Europa League Betting

The 2021/22 Europa League returns with Leicester’s Europa League ambitions still on a knife-edge in Group C.

The Foxes are still a 13/1 shot in the Europa League outright betting heading into Thursday evening… but will they still be in it by the close of play?

We’re here with another Europa League betting preview

Europa League Betting Predictions | Matchday 6

Here are our three games to keep an eye on this Thursday night

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Dodgy defences to dominate at the Diego Maradona?

With most serious matters already settled in Matchday 5, most eyes will be on the Stadio Diego Armando Maradona at Thursday teatime, with Group C still impossible to call heading into the final matchday.

Only fourth-place Legia can now not win the group, but Leicester will be hoping they can leave their ropey Premier League defending behind as they look to maintain their grip on top spot as they travel to Naples.

Napoli are also licking their wounds from some poor second-half defending at the weekend as their Serie A title hopes took a significant blow in a 3-2 home defeat to rivals Atalanta.

In fact, the Italians have conceded at least twice in four of their last five matches, so this could be a very open game with defences in jittery mood and knockout qualification on the line.

Both teams to score in both halves could be the value here in what looks a potential end-to-end affair in Italy’s third-largest city.


Plucky PSV to bank an all-important point?

Group B serves up one of the other few remaining unsolved plotlines as PSV and Real Sociedad slug it out in a winner-takes-all clash to secure second spot in San Sebastian.

It’s PSV who will be protecting a two-point buffer as they travel to the Anoeta Stadium, and they could be meeting their out-of-form hosts at an opportune moment.

Real Sociedad vs PSV betting

Sociedad had threatened to be a surprise package in the Spanish Primera title race, but a 2-0 home defeat to leaders Real Madrid at the weekend now sees them 10 points off the pace, with that defeat a third in four in all competitions.

The Dutch side will be arriving high on confidence with five wins and two draws helping them recover from a 5-0 humiliation away at rivals Ajax in October.

It’s 63/20 for the Eredivisie side to grind out the draw they need to advance here.


Hammers to devastate Dinamo dreams?

West Ham may have cruised through Group H as comfortable winners, but the always-professional David Moyes will be keen for his side to sign off from the group stages undefeated in Matchday 6 – something that could leave Dinamo Zagreb nervously awaiting their fate.

The Croatians need only a point in East London to keep their Europa League ambitions intact heading into 2022, or a defeat could leave them vulnerable to Genk snatching second spot, with the Belgians benefiting from home advantage in their Matchday 6 clash with Rapid Wien.

Dinamo are in shaky form as they arrive at the London Stadium having suffered domestic league and cup disappointments in the build-up to this game. That patchy form suggests Moyes’ men could stretch their unbeaten run in this tournament even if the Scotsman opts to shuffle the pack ahead of a gruelling festive schedule.

West Ham & BTTS looks intriguing for this one at 59/20.

Europa League Outright Betting

🏆 Who wins the 2021/22 Europa League?

Check the latest Europa League odds with Marathonbet as teams battle to reach the final in Seville.

Odds correct at time of writing but may be subject to change.



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