Valencia and Sevilla lead the way in Europa League acca
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Group B leaders, Ludogorets, travel to Zagreb assured of top spot and in superb away form. They’ve picked up maximum points in their last eight trips away from Razgrad in all competitions, with seven of those coming as wins to nil.
Zagreb, on the other hand, have one point from five matches during the group stage.
Valencia to beat Kuban Krasnodar at 7/10
The Spanish club have an easy assignment to wind down their Group A action with, as Kuban visit the Mestalla having won just once in their last nine away games in all competitions.
Valencia comfortably saw off their opponents in the return fixture, 2-0, and have since recorded nine more goals during a four game win streak. That they’ve already qualified as group winners shouldn’t affect their performance in another victory here.
The winner of this clash will progress to the round of 32 as Group E winners and it’s the Italians who are taken to do so, given that they’ve lost just once in the last eight at Stadio Artemio Franchi.
Dnipro, conversely, are winless in their last two games in the league and have failed to keep a clean sheet in four on the bounce.
Already-qualified Sevilla only need a point in order to ensure they top their group but will take all three when they face Freiburg in Germany.
The Bundesliga strugglers have lost four on the spin in front of their own fans and haven’t tasted victory in their own stadium in the last seven, meanwhile, Unai Emery’s men are unbeaten in six.
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