We may be approaching the business end of things in the Europa League but there are plenty of great bets to be had involving Sevilla, Basel and Juventus.
To help make your Thursday that bit more fun we’ve been busy compiling what we believe are the three best bets of the night, from a one goal first half in Seville to a Basel blocking off in Spain and a goal for a forgotten Premier League man.
The Spanish side may have lacked some consistency on the continent this term but they remain as reliable as ever when it comes to featuring in a game where one first half goal is scored.
Each of the Andalusians last nine fixtures in the Europa League have seen exactly one goal scored in the first-half and we are backing the La Liga side to make it a perfect 10 against a Porto team that has been a goal down at the break in both their away fixtures in this term’s competition.
With the Swiss 3-0 up from the first leg, it’s questionable as to whether Los Che will be up for an almighty fightback and, even if they are going for it, whether they have the required firepower.
Valencia have scored just one goal in their last three competitive fixtures and are going up against a Basel team that has kept clean sheets in each of their last five matches with keeper Yann Sommer, who is bound for Borussia Monchengladbach in the summer, keen to end on a high.
The Southampton exile was guilty of missing his fair share of chances in the first leg at the Stade de Gerland, but don’t be surprised to see him pop up with a goal in the return fixture.
Osvaldo has already found the net twice for Juve in the Europa League this term and with a World Cup just around the corner, the striker will be keen to showcase his talents and earn a place at the finals with the Azzurri.
All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing.
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