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Europa League Predictions & Betting Tips
It’s fair to say that you’re in good hands. Our experts examine statistics, consider possible angles, and compare them to bookmaker odds before making each Europa League prediction. It’s difficult to be more well-informed!
The Europa League has become one of the continent’s top competitions thanks to a recent rebranding and the granting of a Champions League spot to the winner. The stakes have never been higher – not just on the field, but even on your betting slip!
So, let’s get started with your questions.
When do you post your Europa League predictions?
Our accumulators are posted by 12 p.m. on the day of the tournaments, ensuring that we get the best price from the bookies and still allowing you plenty of time to consider our recommendations. Regular accumulators and super odds accumulators are two of them, with the latter incorporating bets on the day’s major Europa League matches to produce massive payouts.
Our match previews are published two to three days prior to kick-off. Statistics, betting tips, and accurate score forecasts are also used with both of these.
How to bet on the Europa League today
Our free betting page should be your first stop, as it allows you to compare the best deals from all of the major bookmakers.
It also pays to be well-informed before making a wager, particularly in a large tournament like this where there is a wealth of knowledge. This means you can also check out our Europa League betting tips and match predictions for the most up-to-date details.
All of our Europa League forecasts are totally free and based on extensive analysis, but we cannot promise that you can win. Please gamble responsibly, and for more information, see our gambling guidelines (18+).
How does the Europa League work?
Buckle in – things are about to get messy. Consider the Europa League to be the Champions League’s younger sibling, or second tier. Teams can qualify for the tournament in a variety of ways.
The two or three best-finishing teams outside of the Champions League qualifying slots qualify for the Europa League in the major European leagues. Winning a domestic cup will even get you into the competition. The lower the league’s level, the less teams qualify.
The competition starts with four qualifying rounds, with teams from minor leagues, teams who finished beyond the Champions League slots in the main European leagues, and ten losers from the Champions League play-off round normally taking part.
The official competition kicks off with a 48-team group round, which is divided into 12 groups of four teams each. Each team in each division plays each other twice, once at home and once on the road. Just the first and second places are qualified.
The knockout stage then starts with the round of 32, which features eight teams who finished third in their Champions League groups alongside those who advanced from the group stage. Every match in the knockout stages has two legs, with the exception of the final, which is a stand-alone match.
Our Europa League predictions include any game from the group stage to the final.
When is each stage?
The qualification rounds will take place during the summer, and the group stage will be held between October 22 and December 10, 2020. The below are the times for the knockout stages…
18 Feb 2021: Round of 32, 1st leg
25 Feb: Round of 32, 2nd leg
11 March: Round of 16, 1st leg
18 March: Round of 16, 2nd leg
8 April: Quarter-finals, 1st leg
15 April: Quarter-finals, 2nd leg
29 April: Semi-finals, 1st leg
6 May: Semi-finals, 2nd leg
When is the Europa League final?
The final of the 2020/21 season will take place at Stadion Energa Gdnask in Poland on August 21, 2021 at 20:00 (UK time).
Which teams are in the Europa League?
Group A: Roma, Young Boys, CFR Cluj, CSKA Sofia
Group B: Arsenal, Rapid Wien, Molde, Dundalk
Group C: Leverkusen, Slavia Praha, Hapoel Beer-Sheva, Nice
Group D: Benfica, Standard Liège, Rangers, Lech Poznań
Group E: PSV Eindhoven, PAOK, Granada, Omonoia
Group F: Napoli, Real Sociedad, AZ Alkmaar, Rijeka
Group G: Braga, Leicester, AEK Athens, Zorya Luhansk
Group H: Celtic, Sparta Praha, AC Milan, LOSC Lille
Group I: Villarreal, Qarabağ, Maccabi Tel-Aviv, Sivasspor
Group J: Tottenham, Ludogorets, LASK, Royal Antwerp
Group K: CSKA Moskva, Dinamo Zagreb, Feyenoord, Wolfsberg
Group L: Gent, Crvena zvezda, Hoffenheim, Slovan Liberec
Where to watch the Europa League
The Europa League, including the final, is broadcast on BT Sport in the United Kingdom. Matches can also be seen online on bet365’s live streaming site, which is a perfect way to keep up with the action when betting. Check out our Live Football on TV page for all of this week’s games.
- 2020: Sevilla
- 2019: Chelsea
- 2018: Atletico Madrid
- 2017: Manchester United
- 2016: Sevilla
- 2015: Sevilla
- 2014: Sevilla
- 2013: Chelsea
- 2012: Atletico Madrid
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