The Europa League betting prices are looking a little different ahead now as we enter the final stages with only four teams remaining at the time of writing.
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English teams occupy the favourite spots in the current Europa League betting
After dumping out Italian giants AC Milan in the last round and seeing Premier League rivals Tottenham Hotspur, the previous favourites, beaten by Dinamo Zagreb, Manchester United are now favourites to lift the Europa League Trophy, as they did back in 2017.
The second favourites are an Arsenal outfit that have proven themselves to be difficult to beat in cup competitions under Mikel Arteta but there are several other teams from the continent that will feel they can upset the odds and get their hands on the famous trophy this year.
Who is the favourite to win the Europa League?
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is still looking for his first piece of silverware as Manchester United manager and the Red Devils showed their capabilities in overcoming a strong AC Milan outfit in the last round thanks to a second-leg victory at the San Siro.
The second favourites are Arsenal, giving the top of the betting a distinctly English flavour and following the elimination of sides like Tottenham Hotspur and AC Milan, odds have shortened on Villarreal (approximately 5/1) and Ajax (approximately 6/1) for the trophy.
Bookmaker’s Dark Horses For the Europa League
Villarreal and Ajax are in 3rd and 4th place in the running respectively, while Roma, who haven’t won a trophy in Europa since the Inter-Cities Fairs Cup in 1961 are next in the running.
The final three remaining teams are Dinamo Zagreb, Granada and Slavia Prague, but the lengthy odds available on all three teams suggest that the chances of them lifting the trophy look minimal at this stage.
Europa League Round of 32 draw
Now that we’re into the final eight, some of the biggest teams remaining are set to go head-to-head and below is the full draw for the final eight stage in Europe’s second biggest continental club competition.
Ajax vs Roma is perhaps the stand-out draw of the tie and the hardest to call, while favourites Manchester United will take on La Liga outfit Granada.
Here is the draw in full:
Ajax vs Roma
Arsenal vs Slavia Prague
Dinamo Zagreb vs Villarreal
Granada vs Manchester United