Europa League Preview – Matchday 5 (Nov 27)

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Following the Tuesday and Wednesday action of the Champions League, the continent is ready for Europa League to take center stage.

An overall of 24 games are scheduled to take place with many thrilling pairings on the agenda. Everton will play against Wolfsburg, while Napoli will go up against Guingamp and Moenchengladbach will play against Villareal, according to UK gambling news. Many teams that are set to battle against one another are the currently on top of their groups, which will make way some great football action.

Luckily for football fans, tonight’s games are not the last Europa League encounters for the year. Another batch is set for December 11th which will host the final group stage matches that will eventually decide the fate of many clubs and lead to them on the road to ultimate glory.

Groups A, G and I

In Group A, Borussia Moenchengladbach will take on Villareal away in a match that will determine which one of them will be on the top. The Germans have put on some fine performances which has granted them 8 points however they are underdogs heading into tonight game, 4.00 (3/1) per Unibet. The Spaniards on the other hand have been given favorite odds for playing at home 1.90 (9/10), while a draw stands at a high 3.60 (13/5).

Feyenoord will be put to the test against Group G leaders Sevilla in a game that looks to be quite thrilling. Both of them have put on some great shown recently, however tonight’s match will count towards next round qualification much more than any other. Despite playing at home, the Dutch aren’t viewed as favorites 3.10 (21/10), while the Spanish side has been assigned odds of 2.40 (7/5). A draw may be the best option to play 3.30 (23/10).

In Group I both Sparta Praha and Napoli hold 9 points, Young Boys are in third with 6 points and Slovan Bratislava are last with 0 points. The Italians will play Sparta Praha away tonight in a match that seems to have an even playing field. Napoli have been given juts slightly better odds 2.40 (7/5), than their Czech opponents 2.90 (19/10). Some perhaps the option for punters would be to wager on a draw 3.35 (47/20), as it seems most probable.

Groups C, K and H

Tottenham Hotspur is preparing to face Partizan at home in Group C. The Spurs are top of their group (8 points) and will have to put on one more impressive display to assure their qualification to the next round. Online sportsbooks in UK have outlined the hosts as strong contenders for the encounter 1.25 (1/4), while Partizan have been given outsider odds 12.00 (11/1). Considering all the relevant aspects a draw between the two is not likely 6.00 (5/1).

Guingamp will host Fiorentina in Group K’s anticipated match. The Italians already seems to have one leg in the next round as they have managed to accumulate 10 points so far. And that is why they have been earmarked for a win tonight, however the chances are somewhat even between the two. Guingamp have odds of 2.80 (9/5), while Fiorentina reserve the edge with 2.55 (31/20) odds. Once again a draw may perhaps serve as the best betting option 3.25 (9/4).

Everton, who are currently on top of Group H, will go up against Wolfsburg. The Toffees have 8 points while the Germans have so far managed to record 7 points. They are undoubtedly the two main forces in the group, as Lille (3 pts) and Krasnodar (2 pts) sit in 3rd and 4th places respectively. Wolfsburg are favorites to win 1.63 (5/8) on their home field, while Everton have been given unlikely high odds of 5.25 (17/4) for the mouthwatering clash.

Thanks to the recent changes made to UK gambling laws, punters reserve the chance to scoop some big wins. A total of 24 games will be played tonight which is only one matchday away from the final encounters being held on December 11th. Those matches then will be the last ones until next when many teams from the Champions League will fall down into the Europa League and compete against various club sides.

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