Europa League Betting Tips: Can Celtic turn it around in Spain?
Charlie Dear | 21 February 2019
Preview of tonight’s Europa League clashes
After Sevilla advanced past Lazio last night, the second-legs continue with everything still to play for.
We have a full rundown of Arsenal’s must win tie against BATE Borisov right here.
But that’s just one of the intriguing encounters on offer, as we delve into four other matches that still have a lot to play for…
Chelsea v Malmo
Europa League favourites Chelsea are at a skinny 1/4 for victory.
Chelsea are 2-1 up from the first leg with both teams to score yet again at 23/20.
Olivier Giroud has five goals in six games and is 3/1 to open the scoring. Eden Hazard to notch anytime is 5/6.
Mauricio Sarri may finally give a start to Callum Hudson-Odoi. The exciting winger is 11/8 to bag anytime.
As for Malmo, first-leg scorer Anders Christensen is 8/1 to net.
Valencia v Celtic
Celtic face a tough task in Valencia as they seek to overturn a 2-0 deficit. Brendan Rodgers may go all-out attack as they are desperate for away goals.
Paris Saint Germain-loanee Timothy Weah is 14/5 to score at some point in the game. The home side’s two-goal advantage means they could just probe and pick off Celtic late in the game.
Kevin Gameiro to score anytime is 7/5.
Eintracht Frankfurt v Shakhtar Donetsk
This tie is locked intriguingly at 2-2 as the two teams fight it out in Frankfurt. The two away goals from the German side could prove vital, with Eintracht Frankfurt at 1/3 on to qualify.
But Shakhtar never laid down in the first leg and it could be a similar story here. The Ukrainian champions are 29/10 to win the game and at 2/1 to qualify for the next round.
In the team goals market, Frankfurt to bag Over 2.5 goals is 11/5. There was two goals inside the first ten minutes last time out.
Villarreal v Sporting Lisbon
Villarreal are 1-0 up going into the second leg at El Madrigal. And the omens don’t bode well for Sporting who have been eliminated on each of the last three occasions when losing the first leg.
If you reckon the Leoes can buck the trend, you can get them at 7/2 to qualify for the last 16.
But the home side are one of only four teams left in the competition who remain unbeaten. The Yellow Submarine to dive through another obstacle with a victory is 19/20.
Karl Toko Ekambi could be Villarreal’s best hope for a goal tonight. He’s at 9/2 to break the deadlock.
Carlos Bacca is 23/20 to strike anytime. Sporting’s Bruno Fernandes and Bas Dost are 11/4 and 6/4 to score respectively.
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All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing