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Europa League Predictions > Mar 11th


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The 2020/21 Europa League last 16 first legs are coming up next week with a wealth of fascinating ties heading our way. Nice to see some underdogs in Young Boys, Dinamo Zagreb, and Molde still in the mix but they'll need to get past some giants such as Ajax, Tottenham, Manchester United, AC Milan, Arsenal, and Roma if they are to win the trophy this season. Check out the odds and ratings above then give us your predictions! :ok

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Granada CF

Granada CF were beaten by Athletic Bilbao with 1:2 in last away game, and they just got 1W-3D-3L after 7 rounds on League, being in poor forms. Now they just sit 10th position on scoreboard. In last round of this UEFA Europa League, they beat Napoli surprisingly and advanced into this round.

 

Molde

Molde eliminated TSG Hoffenheim in last round of UEFA Europa League and advanced successfully. In fact, on UEFA Europa League, Molde just lost 2 rounds when against Arsenal. 

 

Betting Verdict:

Granada CF took upper hand in overall strength, but there are 9 members in injury, which may influence their forms. So here predict Granada CF would draw or get a narrow win in this round.

 

Granada CF VS Molde

Correct Score Prediction: 1-1, 2-1

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Tottenham vs Dinamo Zagreb

 

 

Tottenham

Doubtful: -

Out (injuries/other): Joe Rodon (7/0 d), Giovani Lo Celso (11/1 m)

Suspended: -

 

Dinamo Zagreb

Doubtful: -

Out (injuries/other): Joško Gvardiol (6/1 d), Sadegh Moharrami (11/0 d), Stefan Milić (0/0 d)

Suspended: -

 

 

AFC Ajax vs BSC Young Boys

 

 

AFC Ajax

Doubtful: Brian Brobbey (7/2 f)

Out (injuries/other): Daley Blind (22/1 d), Noussair Mazraoui (14/0 d)

Suspended: André Onana (20/0 first goalkeeper, UEFA suspension)

 

BSC Young Boys

Doubtful: -

Out (injuries/other): David von Ballmoos (22/0 first goalkeeper), Christopher Martins (4/0 m), Esteban Petignat (0/0 m)

Suspended: -

 

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After their victories over Leverkusen, Young Boys will have the respect of Ajax before this match. With this in mind, we expect the home team to increase its level of attention and concentration. It will be an open match, with goals and phases.
AJAX vs YOUNG BOYS @@ +2.50 Over, odds 1.62

With most of Arsenal's season being judged this week and due to the humiliating exclusion last year, she will be desperate to show Olympiacos that they are made of harder materials than in the early days of Arteta. The home side's defensive injury crisis is certainly a point of concern for Martins, but they have no problem finding the back of the net at home, and we expect an open match with goals from the first game.
OLYMPIACOS vs ARSENAL @@ Both team to score, odds 1.73

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Having won the title, Rangers will be heading to Prague with full gas and will try to extract the best results. Prague will try to take the advantage of playing at home field. Both teams are going to give everything and they are in a good shape so to me Over 2.5 or even BTTS

Olympiacos vs Arsenal is going to be BTTSI am afraid Arsenal are going to chase the result because Olympiacos will be fighting to score first. 

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Manchester United vs Milan

Manchester United heads to this match with boosted confidence after celebrating a victory in the Manchester derby. They booked a 2:0 win away to Manchester City and broke a 21-win streak of their rivals. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side put an excellent performance and stayed on the 2nd spot in the Premier League. Luke Shaw and the lads managed to keep the clean sheet on the previous four occasions, and they want to keep that run going. The Red Devils haven’t lost eleven times in a row, and they have been pretty right in the back lately. Manchester United didn’t have too many problems in the previous knockout round as they eliminated Real Sociedad 4:0 on aggregate.

Milan was also successful last weekend after beating Verona 2:0 on the road. That victory keeps them in 2nd place in Serie A, but still six points below Inter. Rossoneri were not too consistent lately as they booked only two wins on the past five occasions in all competitions. Zlatan Ibrahimovic and the lads have been doing a good job in the final third, but their defense needs to be tighter. Milan allowed only two points to their hosts in Serie A, and they are the best visiting team in the league. However, they were very lucky to eliminate Red Star Belgrade in the previous Europa League round. Despite having an extra player for 20 minutes in each leg, Milan struggled to go through on away goals. Moreover, they had severe troubles their advantage on aggregate. Nevertheless, they want to go as far as possible in this competition and try to win it.

Full-Time Winner Odds & Prediction

Manchester United has been much more consistent lately, and they are favorites to win the first leg. We think they will meet the expectations and celebrate a victory at the home ground.

Goals Market Prediction

Their head-to-head clashes have traditionally been pretty efficient. On the previous six occasions, we were able to see at least three goals in total, and we won’t be surprised if this match also goes over a 2.5 margin.

Manchester United to win @ 1.60

Over 2.5 FT @ 1.90

Correct score 2:1 @ 8.50

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Man U v AC Milan: 20 points on Milan DNB at 4/1 with Uni and sell the time of their first goal for 1 point at 64 and their second goal for 1 point at 84.

Admittedly I don't usually bet in result markets and I don't really "follow" football in the sense of keeping up with how teams are doing to the extent that some of you do but I was just shocked to see the prices for this one. I'm willing to accept that United are rightful favourites and there are negatives about Milan but I still think the market has over reacted.

"Sell hype" is generally a good mantra in betting and I think that's the case here. United will probably win and Milan may fail to score but I'm happy to take a chance given how the risk/reward is skewed here.

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