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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.

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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 bet365.com, the betting odds for the major teams to win this year’s Europa League trophy is listed below:

No.TeamOdds
1Borussia Dortmund6.50
2Sevilla8.00
3Barcelona9.00
4Atalanta9.00
5West Ham13.00
6Lyon15.00
7RB Leipzig15.00
8Napoli17.00
9Bayer Leverkusen21.00
10Monaco21.00
11Real Sociedad26.00
12Lazio26.00
13Real Betis26.00
14FC Porto26.00
15Eintracht Frankfurt34.00
16Zenit St Petersburg34.00
17Galatasaray67.00
18Spartak Moscow67.00
19Olympiakos81.00
20Rangers81.00
21Crvena Zvezda81.00
22Sheriff Tiraspol81.00
23Braga81.00
24Dinamo Zagreb151.00
Odds last updated on:26/01/22 12:59:07 GMT. Subjected to change

UEL Matches This Week

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

DateGameHome WinDrawAway Win
17 Feb 22 20:00Sevilla vs Dinamo Zagreb1.404.338.50Bet Now
17 Feb 22 20:00Atalanta vs Olympiakos1.534.335.50Bet Now
17 Feb 22 17:45Barcelona vs Napoli1.903.604.00Bet Now
17 Feb 22 17:45Zenit St Petersburg vs Real Betis2.253.602.90Bet Now
17 Feb 22 17:45Borussia Dortmund vs Rangers1.364.757.50Bet Now
17 Feb 22 17:45Sheriff Tiraspol vs Braga2.753.402.50Bet Now
17 Feb 22 20:00FC Porto vs Lazio2.203.403.25Bet Now
17 Feb 22 20:00RB Leipzig vs Real Sociedad1.853.504.20Bet Now
Odds last updated on:26/01/22 13:00:02 GMT. Subjected to change

Predictions:

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 6 of the Europa League.

West Ham vs Dinamo Zagreb

Already qualified for the knockout round, West Ham host Dinamo Zagreb, at Olympic Stadium, in an essential game for the travellers. The Hammers received another injury blow, Kurt Zouma’s hamstring tendon is damaged. David Moyes already lost a centre-back to injury in Angelo Ogbonna. The left-back Ben Johnson hasn’t starred in the XI for a month. All said West Ham’s defensive solidity is shaken. The positive news is the plausible return of Aaron Cresswell. The Blues returned empty-handed from Olympic Stadium last week 3-2, Arthur Masuaku came off the bench to score the winning goal. Dinamo Zagreb faced defeat in a reverse meeting 0-2. This fixture is only the second fixture between the two sides. Their away form is better comparably, they have won thrice in the previous five games. West Ham will deny victory to the visitors.

Real Sociedad vs PSV

Real Sociedad host PSV at Reale Arena, both the sides are fighting for second place in Group B. La Real were defeated in a game against Real Madrid 0-2 which the Vikings’ leader walk away due to injury in the 17th-minute. The most unexpected happened as Luka Jovic, the man who hadn’t starred for even 90 minutes this whole season, scored and assisted to everyone’s awe. However, Sociedad failed to convert this opportunity into victory. Alexander Isak needs to step up in his role. Fernandez, Merino, Monreal and David Silva form the injury list. Carrying a heavier injury record than Sociedad, PSV are managing themselves well comparatively. The Dutch Titans haven’t lost since a terrible loss against Ajax 5-0. Oppegard, van de Blaak, Ledezma, Fofana and Doudah might make a return to the field. The Spaniards have the amenities to keep the Dutchmen at arm’s length.

Napoli vs Leicester

A cut-throat battle unveils at Naples, the Group C members Napoli and Leicester play at Stadio Diego Armando Maradona for the final round of the group stage. Two goals weren’t enough to contain Atalanta for Napoli 2-3. Lorenzo Insigne, Victor Osimhen and Koulibaly are on the treatment table, weakening the Neapolitans. Ruiz might return to the field in this fixture. Elif Elmas has been on the scorecard for three of the last four Europa League games. Leicester fell headfirst against Steven Gerrard’s men gone weekend. Jamie Vardy’s has failed to produce much this season. Daka plays well in the front though. The last meeting between the two sides ended in a draw. Youri Tielemans and Schmeichel are on track on recovery and might star in this game. Pereira, Justin and Fofana are on the treatment table. If the Neapolitans can contain the Foxes in the first half, they might triumph.

Fenerbahce vs Eintracht Frankfurt

On Matchday 6, Fenerbahce and Eintracht Frankfurt engage in a fixture at Ulker Stadyumu, the result won’t affect the hosts in any way. Right when they were on an uphill journey since their disastrous start, Hoffenheim trifled Frankfurt 3-2. Since the departure of Andre Silva and Adi Hutter this summer, Frankfurt hasn’t been able to produce consistent results. No player has scored more than three goals in the side this season. That, in an action intensive Bundesliga, is a bad thing. Christopher Lenz is on the treatment table this Thursday. Even if they lose, Frankfurt can enter the last-16 given that Olympiacos don’t produce a victory in their game against Antwerp. Fenerbahce would like the idea of playing with the hopes of the Foxes but they don’t have the strength to do so. The very first Matchday featured Frankfurt and Fenerbahce sharing the spoils, a goal from the brilliant Mezut Ozil set the mood for the game. Bayindir and Valencia will not play owing to injuries. The travellers have the upper hand and the motive to win in this fixture.

 

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