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Europa Conference League 2022/23 winner odds: Can West Ham win their second European trophy?

By Ben Green

Europa Conference League 2022:23 Odds- Who are the favourites ahead of knockout play-offs?

Published: 22:45, 18 May 2023

The inaugural Europa Conference League was a pleasant surprise with excitement across the year — and the 2022/23 edition has all the hallmarks to be another classic.

Roma were the defending champions after being Feyenoord but are going for bigger things in the Europa League final, so there will be a new name on the trophy. But who will it be?

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2022/23 Europa Conference League semi-final results

First legs

Thursday 11 May

  • Fiorentina 1-2 Basel
  • West Ham 2-1 AZ

Second legs

Thursday 18 May

  • AZ 0-1 West Ham (West Ham win 3-1 on aggregate)
  • Basel 1-3 Fiorentina (Fiorentina win 4-3 on aggregate)

Europa Conference League winner odds

Find the latest Europa Conference League winner odds for the 2022/2023 season here:

Club Sky Bet
West Ham 4/6
Fiorentina 11/10
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Who are the Europa Conference League favourites for 2022/23?

Fiorentina (11/10 with Sky Bet)

With Coppa Italia winners Inter Milan also qualifying for the Europa League, a seventh-placed finish in Serie A last season was enough to secure Fiorentina a return to European football for the first time since 2016/17. Entering at the play-offs, Fiorentina beat FC Twente 2-1 on aggregate to seal their spot in the group stage, a tough fixture across two legs.

In the group stage, Fiorentina were put alongside Istanbul Basaksehir, Hearts and RFS and ended with four wins, one draw and one defeat. However, they finished second in the group behind Basaksehir on head-to-head goal difference, by virtue of their 3-0 defeat to the Turkish side (vs their 2-1 win). It meant they had to go through the knockout round play-offs against one of the Europa League dropouts, but Fiorentina made light work of Braga, winning 7-2 on aggregate.

There was another big win in the last 16, this time 5-1 on aggregate against Sivasspor, and in the quarter-finals a 4-1 win over Lech Poznan in the first leg just about did the trick for the 6-4 victory in the tie. However, in the semi-finals, Fiorentina had to come from 2-1 down in the first leg to eventually win 4-3 on aggregate thanks to Antonin Barak’s goal in the dying stages of extra-time – with penalties looming.

West Ham (4/6 with Sky Bet)

Having reached the semi-finals of the Europa League last season, losing to eventual winners Eintracht Frankfurt, West Ham were trying their hand at the continent’s tertiary competition this season. Qualifying for the play-off round as a result of their seventh-placed finish in the Premier League (with EFL Cup winners Liverpool in the Champions League), West Ham secured their spot in the group stage with a 6-1 win over Viborg.

Things were routine for David Moyes’ Hammers in the group stage with six wins from six against Anderlecht, Silkeborg and FCSB, sending West Ham straight into the last 16. A trip to Cyprus was the price and AEK Larnaca were brushed aside 6-0 on aggregate. Things appeared to be a lot closer in the quarter-finals as West Ham failed to win for the first time, held to 1-1 draw with Gent in the first leg. But in the end they were smashed 5-2 on aggregate. The semi-finals brought Dutch opposition but West Ham came from behind to eventually win 3-1 over the two legs, sending the Hammers to just their third European cup final.


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