Sevilla, Fiorentina, Wolfsburg, C Brugge 7/1 all to qualify

Coral are offering another fantastic enhanced special for loyal customers, as we are offering great odds of 7/1 for all of Sevilla, Fiorentina, Wolfsburg, Club Brugge to qualify for the Europa League semi-finals.

Over two legs, the Bathtubs face Zenit St Petersburg, Viola take on Dynamo Kiev, the Bundesliga high-flyers challenge Napoli and Belgian boys Brugge battle Dnipro.

All four teams featured in this bet are odds-on favourites to qualify from their respective ties, and here are more reasons why you should back this brilliant bet.

Sevilla v Zenit
The last time this duo met over two legs, in 2006, Spanish side Sevilla ran out 5-1 winners on aggregate, and the current Europa League holders, who also went on to lift the old UEFA Cup nine years ago, are odds-on favourites at 4/6 to reach the semis again.

In-form La Liga outfit the Bathtubs are at home in the fist leg, and are 8/13 for victory. They can also be backed at 28/1 to record that same 4-1 result over Zenit here, as they did back in 2006.

Dynamo Kiev v Fiorentina
Viola have come through two tough challenges at the knockout stages this season in this competition, having already seen off Tottenham and Roma. They are heavily odds-on at 1/2 to defeat Kiev over two legs too.

There are a number of Premier League connections in Fiorentina’s team, as the likes of Mohamed Salah (on loan from Chelsea), Alberto Aquilani (former Liverpool) and Micah Richards (loan from Manchester City) could all be on show. They are 13/5, 9/2 and 11/1 respectively to net anytime in Ukraine.

Wolfsburg v Napoli
Wolfsburg are one of the in-form teams in Europe at present, and made light work of another Serie A side in the last round, as they beat Inter Milan in both legs – 5-2 on aggregate. They can be backed odds-on at 8/11 to reach the semis.

Die Wolfe stars Kevin De Bruyne and Bas Dost have been on fire this term, and are respective 19/10 ad 23/20 shouts to net anytime in their first home leg.

Club Brugge v Dnipro
Brugge have also been dominant this competition so far, having lost none of their matches. They were equally impressive in the knockout rounds, smashing AaB and then Besiktas, and are 8/11 odds-on favourites to make it to the final four.