Europa League reaction: Shamrock 50/1 for Spurs double

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PSG ARE the 10/1 favourites to win this season’s Europa League, according to Ladbrokes.

Tottenham are the 11/1 second favourites in a tournament which looks wide open, whilst the remainder of the participants are unknown.

Fulham (28/1) are a couple of points shorter than Stoke at 33/1 and Birmingham come in as 200/1 outsiders whilst they participate in the competition from outside the top tier of English football.

Birmingham are 5/1 third favourites in a group housing previous runners up Braga (5/4 for the group) and whilst Tottenham should win group A at even money, Stoke may struggle to escape a tough looking group and trade as 5/2 second favourites.

Shamrock Rovers also make history and are 350/1 to win the tournament at their first attempt, however, a more realistic looking quote is the 8/11 that they win at least one game in the campaign.

They’re 50/1 to complete a famous double over Tottenham in the group.

Alex Donohue of Ladbrokes said: “It’s wide open at this stage whilst we wait for the Champions League drop outs to turn up. Spurs look set to run another big race although Rubin Kazan will provide a stern test in their group.”

He added: “We’ve seen small and inspired money for Birmingham & Shamrock. Whilst they’re huge outsiders to win the trophy their fans can take comfort form the fact we think they will win at least one game.”

Ladbrokes latest betting

Europa League winner
PSG – 10/1
Tottenham – 11/1
Atlético Madrid – 14/1
Schalke – 14/1
Lazio – 14/1
Athletico Bilbao – 16/1
Hannover – 20/1
Lokomotiv Moscow – 20/1
Fulham – 28/1
PSV – 28/1
Stoke – 33/1
Sporting Lisbon – 33/1
Sporting Braga – 33/1
Udinese – 33/1
50/1 bar including

Birmingham City – 200/1
Shamrock Rovers – 250/1

Shamrock Rovers specials
To qualify for the knock out stages – 6/1
To win a match
Yes – 8/11
No – Evens
To do the double over Tottenham – 50/1

Group winners

A
Tottenham – EVS
Rubin Kazan – 15/8
PAOK – 3/1
Shamrock Rovers – 33/1

B
Hannover – 7/4
Standard Liege – 2/1
FC Copenhagen – 11/5
Vorskla Poltava – 8/1

C
PSV – 8/11
Hapoel Tel Aviv – 3/1
Rapid Bucharest – 11/2
Legia Warsaw – 6/1

D
Lazio – 6/5
Sporting Lisbon – 11/8
FC Zurich – 11/2
Vaslui – 10/1

E
Dynamo Kiev – 5/4
Stoke – 5/2
Besiktas – 11/4
Maccabi Tel Aviv – 7/1

F
PSG – 5/6
Ath Bilbao – 13/8
Salzburg – 7/1
Slovan Bratislava – 12/1

G
AZ Alkmaar – 11/10
Metalist Kharkiv – 11/4
Austria Vienna – 3/1
Malmo – 13/2

H
Braga – 6/5
Bruges – 7/4
Birmingham – 5/1
Maribor – 6/1

I
Atl.Madrid – 5/4
Udinese – 15/8
Rennes – 5/2
Sion – 18/1

J
Schalke – 8/15
Maccabi Haifa – 4/1
Steaua Bucharest – 4/1
Larnaca – 12/1

K
Fulham – 13/8
Twente – 7/4
OB Odense – 4/1
Wisla Krakow – 9/2

L
Lok Moscow – 7/4
Anderlecht – 15/8
AEK – 11/4
Sturm Graz – 6/1

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Craig Kemp

Craig has written for Ladbrokes since the 2010 World Cup, having previously gained a Media & Sports Journalism degree and contributed to publications including the Racing Post. His main areas of interest are horse racing and UFC, but he is also an avid X Factor gambler and likes nothing more than indulging in a spot of Hip Hop Karaoke.