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Europa League Live Stream, Odds, and Predictions

The 51st season of the UEFA Europa League has started with ease. Several new clubs found their place in this year’s group stage, the qualifying process was held between the 3rd and 26th of August, 2021. The group stage started on 15 September and will be held till the 18th of May.

Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan in Seville, Spain will host the finals of the 2021-22 Europa League. The champions of the previous season, Villarreal qualifies for the 2021-22 UEFA Champions League despite a seventh-place finish in the league.

Finally, the away goals rule is abolished by UEFA. If a two-legged tie results in the same number of aggregate goals, the winner will be decided based on extra time or a penalty shoot-out.



How to watch the UEFA Europa League 2021-2022 season?

In the UK, BT Sport is the one-stop destination for all the Europa League action and obviously, it is the best place to go to watch it live.

In the US, CBS and Univision telecast the UEFA competitions including the Europa League for this season.

In Canada, DAZN is the sports streaming service that exclusively broadcasts the Europa League.

In Australia, Optus Sport has handed over the broadcasting responsibility to Stan which is an over-the-top streaming service.

The official broadcaster for the 2021-2022 Europa League season in New Zealand is Spark.

In India, Sony Pictures Networks continues to broadcast the UEFA Europa League for another season.

UEL 2020-21 Outright Odds

According to, the betting odds for the major teams to win this year’s Europa League trophy is listed below:

1West Ham13.00
2Bayer Leverkusen17.00
6Real Sociedad21.00
8Real Betis26.00
9Eintracht Frankfurt26.00
13Crvena Zvezda67.00
16Sparta Prague81.00
18Legia Warsaw81.00
20Dinamo Zagreb101.00
21Spartak Moscow151.00
24Lokomotiv Moscow151.00
28Rapid Vienna251.00
29Ludogorets Razgrad251.00
31Ferencvarosi TC501.00
32SK Sturm Graz501.00
Odds last updated on:19/10/21 16:59:28 GMT. Subjected to change

UEL Matches This Week

Check out the weekly odds of UEL matches in the table below:

DateGameHome WinDrawAway Win
20 Oct 21 15:30Spartak Moscow vs Leicester4.333.601.83Bet Now
21 Oct 21 17:45Fenerbahce vs Antwerp1.664.005.00Bet Now
21 Oct 21 17:45Ludogorets Razgrad vs Braga3.603.502.05Bet Now
21 Oct 21 17:45Midtjylland vs Crvena Zvezda2.373.403.00Bet Now
21 Oct 21 17:45Lazio vs Marseille1.803.754.33Bet Now
21 Oct 21 17:45Real Betis vs Bayer Leverkusen2.503.602.70Bet Now
21 Oct 21 17:45Rapid Vienna vs Dinamo Zagreb2.753.502.45Bet Now
21 Oct 21 20:00Sparta Prague vs Lyon4.003.601.90Bet Now
21 Oct 21 20:00Rangers vs Brondby1.504.207.00Bet Now
21 Oct 21 20:00PSV vs Monaco2.153.503.30Bet Now
21 Oct 21 20:00SK Sturm Graz vs Real Sociedad5.754.331.55Bet Now
21 Oct 21 20:00Napoli vs Legia Warsaw1.168.0015.00Bet Now
21 Oct 21 20:00Eintracht Frankfurt vs Olympiakos1.803.804.33Bet Now
21 Oct 21 20:00Lokomotiv Moscow vs Galatasaray2.703.302.70Bet Now
21 Oct 21 20:00West Ham vs Genk1.365.008.50Bet Now
Odds last updated on:19/10/21 17:00:02 GMT. Subjected to change


Europa League is an intriguing competition. Champions from various parts of the world football face high calibre clubs in Europe. The wheels of competition turn at high speeds and the ones who get stuck in the bottom take their time to rise. Arsenal failed to qualify in European competition for the first time in this millennium. Fans will be eager to witness the action on Matchday 3 of the Europa League.

Spartak Moscow vs Leicester

Spartak Moscow host Leicester at Otkrytiye Arena, on Matchday 3 of the Europa League. The Russians kept the pressure on Napoli in the previous game, scoring the third goal in the 90th-minute. Though Osimhem slotted one after that, Spartak Moscow was unreachable. Quincy Promes who has scored two Europa league goals and their star striker Ezequiel Ponce will be on the sidelines. Nail Umyarov is also injured while Maximiliano Caufriez will serve a suspension. Stunning the Red Devils was no small feat, the Foxes are eager to break out of the mould. Leicester shared the spoils with Napoli 2-2 and were stopped by Legia 1-0 in the Europa League. Boubakary Soumare was brilliant along with Youri Tielemans against United, Jamie Vardy is slowing down a bit. Brendan Rodgers’ men will squeeze a near victory in this fixture.

Betis vs Bayer Leverkusen

A Thursday encounter between Betis and Bayer Leverkusen at Estadio Benito Villamarin awaits the fans, the visitors are coming off a devastating defeat at home. Leverkusen finished Matchday 2 of the Europa League on a high note. Gerardo Seoane’s men busted Celtic 0-4. Florian Wirtz, Lucas Alario and Hincapie scored a goal each. Adli came off the bench to score with the help of Wirtz’ assist. This aside, the Bavarians blasted off the gates of Leverkusen since the first moment in the Bundesliga. Upamecano and Lewandowski paired up for the first goal in the fourth minute. While, four goals kept coming in succession between the 30 and 37-minute window from Lewandowski, Muller and Gnabry. Leverkusen will avoid such disaster at all costs in this fixture. Betis have lost just once in the last nine games, they defied Celtic 4-3 and Ferencvaros 1-3 in the Europa League. Playing at home, Betis holds a slight advantage over the visitors.

Napoli vs Legia

Reviving the lost DNA, Napoli will be all pumped up to face Legia at Stadio Diego Armando Maradona. Napoli are in red-hot form in Serie A but their Europa League performance was average. Luciano Spalletti’s approach in the club has been a huge plus, Victor Osimhen is producing consistently while Lorenzo Insigne is trying to catch up. Adam Ounas, Kevin Malcuit and Konstantinos Manolas are on the treatment table. Losing three league games in a row back home, Legia will be eager to preserve their Europa League record. Legia pulled off victories against Leicester 1-0 and Spartak Moscow 0-1 in the first two matchdays. Mahir Emreli has been scoring for Legia since the qualification stages, he has four Europa League goals this season. Legia will walk empty-handed from Naples.

Sturm Graz vs Real Sociedad

On Matchday 3, Sturm Graz and Real Sociedad lock horns with each other at Merkur-Arena. Laliga table is a nightmare for top clubs like Real Madrid and Barcelona. Real Sociedad are sitting at the top of the league, Real Madrid are trailing by three points playing a game less. Mikel Oyarzabal is the goal scorer and the attacking midfielder but he is nursing a muscle injury and will be absent. The front line is dormant, Imanol Alguacil should demand more from his forwards. Holding the second spot in the Austrian Bundesliga, Sturm Graz is yet to gain a single point in the Europa League. Monaco 1-0 and PSV 1-4 silenced the Austrian club with ease. Kiteishvili will be out due to muscle injury. La Real have the amenities to humble the hosts.


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