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Just like with the Champions League, come Thursday night, we get to watch the quarter-finals of the Europa League. While not as popular as the UCL, in recent years, the UEL has given us some amazing football fixtures. This season has been no different, considering the how strong were the teams that didn’t even make it to this stage. The Spurs lose to Dinamo Zagreb who now get to play Villarreal in the quarter-finals. In the other three match-ups, there is at least one top European side. Dutch champions Ajax are facing off against Roma, a top side in Serie A. However, these quarter-finals are probably most important for the Gooners. It’s highly unlikely that Arsenal will reach the TOP 4 in the Premier League which means they need to win the Europa League if they hope to feature in the Champions League next season.
Europa League Quarter-Finals
Lastly, we have Manchester United playing against Granada. The Red Devils are all but guaranteed a spot in the UCL next season but it will still be a huge success to win the Europa League. Last season they came so close and failed but this time they have a better team. Granada, on the other hand, are just trying to get as far as possible in the tournament. Below, we will review all these fixtures and make predictions on the most likely outcomes. Additionally, we will give you the best odds and markets provided by the Coinbet24 Bitcoin Sportsbook. For more information about the quarter-finals phase, check the official Europa League website.
Europa League Predictions & Bitcoin Betting Tips Ajax vs AS Roma
Unbeaten in 24 games (W21, D3) ahead of kick-off, and HT/FT winners in two of their last three UEFA Europa League (UEL) matches, Ajax will be hoping that history can repeat itself. They won 2-0 at home en-route to the final the last time they reached this stage of the competition, and have impressively scored 2+ goals in each of their last five UEL games. Regardless, Ajax know a big task lies ahead, having only won four (D9, L6) of their previous 19 home games vs Italian opponents. Yet, the Dutch giants have won each of their last nine UEL home knockout (K/o) ties (W11, L4 overall) with the last four seeing over 2.5 total goals. Ajax have been having a fantastic season which is why in this home fixture, they are considered favorites to win against a struggling Roma side.
As for Roma, the sapping effects of a three-game winless run in Serie A (D1, L2) must be slain by residual momentum from their 5-1 aggregate win vs Shakhtar Donetsk in the previous round. Forebodingly, Roma have lost out in five of their last six European quarter finals, though they’ve scored 2+ goals in seven of their last eight UEL outings! Roma currently have a 50% win rate in UEL K/o phase away games (W4, D2, L2). Meanwhile, both of Roma’s two prior away leg victories recorded this year saw them net once after the 70th minute. In turn, ‘La Lupa’ have averaged 1.25 goals per match beyond the hour mark across their last four UEL away wins (all phases). Outside the UEL, Roma are not playing great football as they are slowly losing their footing in the Serie A TOP 4 race.
Quality wise, we have to say that these teams are on equal ground. As a matter of fact, we can give the edge to Roma as some of their players have more experience in such games. However, Ajax are the ones who are in better form and are having a far superior side. With home turf advantage in the first leg, Ajax should be able to get a positive result that will help them in the 2nd leg. Nevertheless, Roma are not going to roll over and let Ajax secure a good result. They should be able to score at least one goal. For that reason, we are backing a Both Teams to Score outcome @ 1.64 odds.
Ajax vs AS Roma
Arsenal vs Slavia Prague
For the first time in over five years, Arsenal had just one shot before HT in a Premier League (PL) home game as they fell to a 3-0 defeat vs Liverpool last time out, a result that extended their winless run to three games (D1, L2). That’s not promising form to take into this UEFA Europa League (UEL) clash against a Slavia Prague side that’s already knocked out two British clubs in succession. That Liverpool defeat was also the fifth time the ‘Gunners’ have registered less than 40% possession in the PL under Mikel Arteta – a reality that happened just twice in Arsène Wenger’s last 152 PL home games in charge. Still, Arsenal have scored 3+ goals and netted during both halves in four of their five UEL home games this term and have good memories against Slavia – their largest-ever European home win came against the Czech visitors in 2007.
That H2H result remains Slavia’s heaviest-ever European defeat, but this is a side in exceptional form conceding just once across four UEL knockout games this term (W2, D2), and that’s unbeaten in 21 competitive matches (W16, D5). That includes two 2-0 away wins vs Rangers and Leicester in the previous rounds – both of which Slavia started as underdogs. Unbeaten in their last ten away games (W7, D3), Slavia have also scored the opener in three of their previous four UEL road trips, which puts them in good stead to challenge for just their second-ever win in England after six previous away games in the country (W1, D1, L4). Slavia are not used to getting so far in such a tournament. However, now that they are here, they will do everything in their power to at least try to get a positive result against Arsenal.
The Gooners are strong favorites to win the first tie of this match-up. They have more quality and are also playing at home. Coming on the back of a devastating EPL loss against the Reds, Arsenal need to bounce against against Slavia in the Europa League. The visitors will try to defend well in order to get a result that could see them sway things their way in the return fixture. However, it’s highly unlikely that they could travel to London and get a win against Arsenal who have been playing great in the Europa League. With that being said, we are backing a Home Side Victory outcome @ 1.56 odds.
Arsenal vs Slavia Prague
Dinamo Zagreb vs Villarreal
After conquering Tottenham Hotspur in the last round, Dinamo Zagreb will be looking to cause another upset in their first European quarter-final in over half a century. They impressively went unbeaten in this season’s group stage, and have actually lost just one of their previous 11 UEFA Europa League (UEL) matches (W8, D2, L1). Furthermore, they netted 2+ goals in six of those eight victories. The Croatian side were at their most dangerous across that sequence in the second half, scoring 64.71% of their goals in this period (90 mins only) – this includes four of their previous six goals. Another positive for them is that only Spurs managed to beat them in any of their previous 11 competitive matches (D1, L1). Additionally, each of the previous seven wins in that sequence were accompanied by a clean sheet.
Unbeaten in the Europa League this season, Villarreal have enjoyed their recent trips on the road in the UEL, going unbeaten in each of their previous ten outside of Spain (W6, D4) – they’re actually undefeated in their last 19 UEL matches against non-La Liga sides (W13, D6). Interestingly, they netted exactly two goals in each of the previous four such matches. History is on the side of the Spanish outfit who have come out on top in two of their previous three UEL quarter-final ties, with five of the six matches across those three ties settled by a 2+ goal margin (W4, L2). They also boast formidable recent form with five victories in as many competitive matches. Villarreal should be favorites here but Dinamo’s amazing performances in recent games will have them come to Croatia with a careful approach and game-plan.
If we only look at squad quality, Villarreal will be considered absolute favorites to win this fixture. However, the way Zagreb took care of the Spurs suggests that they can beat anyone. With home turf on their side, Dinamo will try to get a positive outcome that will help them in the 2nd leg in Spain. Villarreal, on the other hand, will probably take a careful approach as well. An away goal will do wonders for them but a simple draw will go in their favor as well. It’s highly likely that Dinamo Zagreb will do everything in their power to avoid conceding a goal. For that reason, we are backing a 1X Double Chance outcome @ 1.76 odds.
Dinamo Zagreb vs Villarreal
Granada vs Manchester United
Granada are having a fairytale debut season in Europe, and having already beaten teams from eight different countries in the UEFA Europa League (UEL), they now have the chance to make that nine as they take on three-time European champions Manchester United. However their recent form will be a concern as Granada have registered three straight HT/FT defeats coming into this clash. Four wins from their last five home matches (L1) shows Granada can register results on their own turf though, and forms part of a ten-game run here in which the team that scored first has gone unbeaten in regulation time. With the eventual winner netting a first-half opener in their last four UEL home games too (W3, L1), it’s clear a good start may be the only way for underdogs Granada to continue their fairytale campaign.
That said, they are facing a Man United side that refuses to give up, and that’s won 25 points from losing positions this Premier League season – nine more than any other club – after their 2-1 comeback win at the weekend. However in the UEL they’ve been more solid at the back, registering three clean sheets from four knockout games this term (W2, D2). The visitors have European pedigree in abundance, and have scored in every UEL knockout tie they’ve played outside of England (14), and won ‘to nil’ in both they’ve played this campaign. Subsequently, Man United have now registered a clean sheet in five of their previous six competitive road trips (W3, D2, L1). United are not at their best right now but neither are Granada. The Red Devils should have enough quality to get a win on Thursday night.
Granada are having a great season but United are favorites here, regardless of that. Last season, they squandered their opportunity to win the Europa League but it’s unlikely that they will do the same again. Granada are not a team that’s on their level and anything but a win for United will be disappointing for their fans. However, we can’t underestimate the Spanish side. They won their way to the quarter-finals which means they deserve to be here. In the first leg of the tie, with home turf advantage on their side, Granada could surprise the Red Devils. For that reason, we are backing an Over 2.5 Goals outcome @ 2.10 odds.
Granada vs Manchester United
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