Europa League Betting Tips: Chelsea, Arsenal and Rangers all involved
Daniel Anwar | 13 December 2018
Odds and preview for European ties
The last places in the Europa League knockout stages will be settled tonight, as we head into the final round of group games.
We’ve got a full preview of Celtic’s game against Red Bull Salzburg for you to enjoy, with the pick of the action elsewhere the continent right here…
MOL Vidi v Chelsea (5:55pm)
Chelsea are 4/7 to make it six wins from six in Hungary tonight. The Blues will be riding high after beating Manchester City, but Maurizio Sarri is set to make plenty of changes here.
Ruben Loftus-Cheek will want to stale his claim for regular action. He’s 11/4 to add to his three European goals this term.
And after Sarri opted to play without a recognised striker against City, Alvaro Morata and Olivier Giroud are both 11/8 to get on the scoresheet.
Rapid Vienna v Rangers (5:55pm)
It’s all to play for in Group G. Only two points separate the four sides. The Scottish side are third, a point behind Rapid Wien in second.
Steven Gerrard’s side will go through if they win, but they’ve struggled to turn decent performances into three points in Europe. The draw is going for 5/2.
Lazio v Eintracht Frankfurt (5:55pm)
Eintracht and Lazio have wrapped up first and second place respectively in Group H. But can the German side keep their 100% record in Europe going?
With a trip to Atalanta coming up on Monday, Lazio boss Simone Inzaghi may rotate his side for this one. The visitors are 11/5 to take the points.
Luka Jovic could be the one to watch here. He’s joint-top scorer in the Europa League and Bundesliga with 15 goals in all competitions. There’s 6/4 about him hitting the back of the net tonight.
Arsenal v Qarabag (8:00pm)
The Gunners have already secured top spot in Group E, which means Unai Emery will rest some of his big names.
But as the visitors have only scored twice in the previous five group games, Arsenal shouldn’t have too many problems. Emery’s side are 21/20 to win to nil.
Eddie Nketiah should get a run out up front. The promising striker is 3/4 to score anytime. Fellow young gun Emile Smith Rowe already has two goals in the competition. He’s 17/10 to get another tonight.
Olympiakos v AC Milan (8:00pm)
We’ve got a straight shootout for a place in the knockout rounds here, with Olympiakos needing to win 2-0, 3-1 or by a margin of three clear goals to finish about Milan on their head-to-head record.
Olympiakos have a strong home record, while Milan have only won one of their last four on the road. But can the Greek side get the win they need? It’s 11/5 for the draw that would take the Serie A side through.
The hosts will be going all out to get the points though. Both Teams to Score is priced at 4/5.
All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing