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Europa League 2023/24 winner odds: Who will take Sevilla’s crown?

By Dean Smith

Europa League 2023/24 winner odds: Who will take Sevilla's crown?

Published: 22:58, 18 April 2024

It may be Europe’s secondary club competition but the Europa League has delivered a host of exciting matches down the years.

The 2023/24 edition is now at the semi-final stage, with the quarter-finals coming to a close.

So, who’s fancied to go all the way? There will be a different name on the trophy this season, after holders Sevilla finished bottom of their Champions League group, being eliminated from European football altogether.

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Team Bet365
Bayer Leverkusen 5/6
Atalanta 3/1
Roma 9/2
Marseille 10/1
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2023/24 Europa League quarter-final results | First Legs

  • AC Milan 0-1 Roma
  • Liverpool 0-3 Atalanta
  • Bayer Leverkusen 2-0 West Ham
  • Benfica 2-1 Marseille

2023/24 Europa League quarter-final results | Second Legs

  • Roma 2-1 AC Milan (Roma win 3-1 on aggregate)
  • Atalanta 0-1 Liverpool (Atalanta win 3-1 on aggregate)
  • West Ham 1-1 Bayer Leverkusen (Bayer Leverkusen win 3-1 on aggregate)
  • Marseille 1-0 Benfica (2-2 draw on aggregate, Marseille win 4-2 on penalties)

2023/24 Europa League semi-final draw:

  • Marseille vs Atalanta
  • Roma vs Bayer Leverkusen

The semi-finals are scheduled to be played on 2 May and 9 May 2024. The Final is set for 22 May 2024.

How do the Europa League favourites for 2023/24 rank?

Bayer Leverkusen

Xabi Alonso is doing a wonderful job at Bayer Leverkusen and they’re still unbeaten across all competitions this season after 44 games.

Ten of those unbeaten games have come in the Europa League. Leverkusen went perfect in the group stage, beating Qarabag, Molde and BK Hacken home and away, scoring 19 goals and conceding just three in the process. But Qarabag caused them much more difficulty in the round-of-16, making Leverkusen come from 2-0 behind in second-half stoppage time in both legs, with the German side finally emerging 5-4 aggregate winners. West Ham put up a tough fight in the quarter-final first leg, but two goals in the last eight minutes of the game looks set to secure them a place in the final four. And the Hammers looked so close to ending Leverkusen’s unbeaten run, but Xabi Alonso’s side snatched a late equaliser to seal the 3-1 aggregate victory and semi-final spot.


Atalanta aren’t quite at their Champions League level of the past few years, but they’re still going in the Europa League. The Italian side finished top of their group, winning four and drawing two, against Sporting CP, Sturm Graz and Rakow Czestochowa.

That earned them safe passage straight into last 16 where they faced Sporting CP once again, winning 3-2 on aggregate. Their reward was a tricky tie against Liverpool, but they made Anfield their playground, ending the Reds’ 33 game unbeaten home run with an incredible 3-0 victory. And despite the 1-0 loss in the return leg, a first European semi-final since 1987/88 was secured. Not to mention a massive scalp claimed.


Last year’s runners-up, Roma suffered a penalty shootout defeat to Sevilla, but they’re now back to go one step further. However, there is a new face in the dugout. Jose Mourinho was sacked midway through the season and he has been replaced by former Roma midfielder Daniele De Rossi, who has turned things around.

Although Mourinho got Roma to the Europa League knockout round playoffs (finishing second in their group), it is De Rossi who has led them to the quarter-finals. It’s not been easy, with Roma needing penalties to get past Feyenoord, but they found things a little more straightforward in their 4-1 aggregate defeat of Brighton in the last-16. Fellow Italian side AC Milan were put to the sword in the quarter-finals, with Roma running out 3-1 aggregate victors, winning home and away.


Marseille started the season in the Champions League, but they lost in the third qualifying round against Panathinaikos, beaten on penalties. Dropping straight into the Europa League group stage, Marseille finished second behind Brighton, losing top spot in a defeat to the Seagulls in their final game.

Having to go through the knockout round play-offs, Marseille beat Shakhtar Donetsk 5-3 on aggregate, thanks to a strong second half. In the last 16, Marseille were cruising, leading Villarreal 4-0 after the first leg. But they were made to sweat a little, losing the second leg 3-1 — though the quarter-final spot was still secure — setting up a clash with Benfica. Marseille had to comeback against Benfica, trailing 2-0 in the tie and 2-1 after the first leg to eventually seal their passage, via a penalty shootout.


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