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Europa League tie-by-tie rundown with 41/1 to qualify acca!

Updated on 3:31pm GMT 14 February 2023
Europa League tie-by-tie rundown with 41/1 to qualify acca!
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The Europa League returns to our screens this week for the knockout stage play-offs and with eight ties scheduled for Thursday now is the perfect time to put together a tasty accumulator on which teams will progress.

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Ajax vs Union Berlin

Best bet – Union Berlin to qualify at 11/10

Union Berlin showed their mastery of the defensive arts in their Europa League group as they won their last four games without conceding and their excellent form since the restart could see them through against favourites Ajax.

The underdogs are second in the Bundesliga and their win away to RB Leipzig last time out made it six successive victories. They have claimed some big scalps this season and face an Ajax side lagging behind in the Eredivisie title race and with only three wins from their last ten league games.

Barcelona vs Man Utd

Best bet – Barcelona to qualify at 8/13

Manchester United may be in fine form but their selection issues and fixture congestion could catch up with them when they face runaway La Liga leaders Barcelona.

The Catalan giants are unbeaten in 16 competitive games, winning 13 of them, and have recovered well after a shaky start to the season. The same can be said of the Red Devils, but United will be without Christian Eriksen, Scott McTominay, Lisandro Martinez and Marcel Sabitzer for the first leg and have been playing two games per week ever since the end of the World Cup break.

FC Salzburg vs Roma

Best bet – Roma to qualify at 1/2

Jose Mourinho managed to win the inaugural Europa Conference League with Roma last season and the Special One has the wherewithal to make like work of a Salzburg side who lost 4-0 to AC Milan in their last European outing.

AC Milan sit below Roma in the Serie A table and Mourinho is doing a fantastic job with a rather limited squad in the Italian capital. Salzburg are an exciting team but they tend to come unstuck at the back and could be rusty after playing just two competitive games since the World Cup break ended.

Shakhtar Donetsk vs Rennes

Best bet – Rennes to qualify at 2/5

Shakhtar Donetsk’s sole win in the Champions League group stage was enough to see them finish above Celtic but their European journey is likely to come to an end against Rennes.

The Ukrainian side are having to play their home matches in Warsaw, Poland due to the ongoing conflict in Ukraine and they haven’t been in competitive action since November. Rennes aren’t in the best of form but they went unbeaten in their Europa League group and won both fixtures against Shakhtar’s fellow Ukrainians Dinamo Kiev.

Bayer Leverkusen vs Monaco

Best bet – Monaco to qualify at 21/20

Bayer Leverkusen are favourites for this tie but recent defeats to Augsburg and Borussia Dortmund, along with an underwhelming Bundesliga campaign as a whole, cast doubt over their chances against Monaco.

The Germans are eighth in the table with just 27 points from 20 games, while Monaco carry a prolonged spell of good form into Thursday’s game. They are unbeaten in 90 minutes since the World Cup break and have won six of those nine matches, including an impressive 3-1 win over PSG on Saturday.

Juventus vs Nantes

Best bet – Juventus to qualify at 1/4

Juventus have had their fair share of off-field problems this season but, with their points deduction leaving an almost insurmountable gap between themselves and the Serie A top four, they will be taking the Europa League very seriously as they look for a way back into the Champions League.

I Bianconeri have won their last three matches in all competitions and face a Nantes side languishing down in 13th in Ligue 1. The underdogs have collected just 28 points from 23 games and only scraped through what looked to be a relatively easy Europa League group.

Sevilla vs PSV

Best bet – Sevilla to qualify at 1/1

After a disappointing Champions League campaign, the masters of the Europa League return to the competition and they can get one over slight favourites PSV.

Sevilla have won the Europa League a record six times, with four of those coming in their last six entries into the competition. They have won seven of their 11 games since the World Cup restart and face a PSV embroiled in a title fight in the Eredivisie.

Sporting vs Midtjylland

Best bet – Sporting to qualify at 1/6

Sporting Lisbon are already 15 points adrift of top spot in the Primeira Liga but they should be able to make good of their superior quality on the continental stage when they face Midtjylland.

Their Danish opponents are also struggling domestically and their only action since November has come in the friendly tournament The Atlantic Cup. Prior to the winter break they had won just one of their last six games.

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