Europa League Tips: Can Chelsea, Rangers and Celtic all prevail?

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All eyes are on the Europa League this evening as Celtic, Rangers, Chelsea and Arsenal continue their respective European adventures.

We’ve previewed five of tonight’s standout ties below, while you can check out our dedicated preview of the Gunners’ trip to Qarabag here.

Red Bull Salzburg v Celtic (5:55pm)

Brendan Rodgers is mastering the art of gritty 1-0 wins this season. The Celtic boss has led his side to five goal-to-nil victories in their last eight matches. A similarly tight performance is required tonight.

Why? Well, Red Bull Salzburg have won 17 of their last 20 home matches. Celtic are 31/20 on the Double Chance, with Leigh Griffiths 5/2 to Score Anytime for the fourth time in five matches.

AC Milan v Olympiacos (5:55pm)

Some clubs don’t take the Europa League very seriously. AC Milan are not in that bracket. The Serie A giants had all the stars on show in their last Group F outing against FC Dudelange three weeks ago.

Gonzalo Higuain scored the only goal that night. He’s 16/5 to Score First again here, with a Milan win odds-on at 4/9. Olympiacos’ shyness in front of goal could also lead to a Milan Win to Nil at 13/10.

Chelsea v MOL Vidi (8pm)

Maurizio Sarri looks set to make changes for the visit of Hungarian champions Vidi. Chelsea showed against PAOK that they have what it takes to win matches in this competition with a rotated side.

They’re 1/11 to do so again here, with a second Win to Nil in the Europa League victory at 8/13. Winger Willian netted in Greece and is 4/1 to Score First at Stamford Bridge.

Rangers v Rapid Vienna (8pm)

Things have started pretty well for Steven Gerrard at Rangers. The Gers are unbeaten at Ibrox under the Liverpool legend and have yet to taste defeat at all in Europe under his stewardship.

They’re even-money for victory tonight against a Rapid Vienna side winless in six away from home. The Austrians have lost four of those matches 2-1. It’s 15/2 for a similar outcome this evening.

Eintracht Frankfurt v Lazio (8pm)

Both of these sides enjoyed success on matchday one, with Frankfurt springing a shock away in Marseille. The Bundesliga outfit are 27/20 to follow up that up with another three points here.

Whatever the result, we’re expecting goals. Both teams have found the net in each of Lazio’s last four matches, while that extends to six for Frankfurt. It’s 4/6 for Both Teams to Score.

Click here for the latest Europa League odds.

All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing

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Nick Murphy

Nick is a graduate of the University of East Anglia where he doubled up as the sports editor of the student newspaper Concrete. He also supports Dagenham & Redbridge and previously edited the matchday programme at Victoria Road. Other passions include darts, cricket and horse racing.