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Europa League winner odds

Who wins the Europa League 2020/2021?

Odd unit: EU | UK | US
    Highest
odds
Lowest
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Tottenham7.006.00
Manchester United7.506.50
Arsenal10.0010.00
Ac Milan12.0010.00
Leicester City13.0013.00
Ajax15.0013.00
Napoli15.0013.00
Bayer Leverkusen17.0015.00
Villarreal19.0017.00
As Roma21.0019.00
Benfica26.0021.00
Real Sociedad26.0023.00
Fc Salzburg34.0023.00
Tsg 1899 Hoffenheim34.0029.00
Rangers Fc34.0034.00
Shakhtar Donetsk41.0034.00
Lille41.0041.00
Granada Cf51.0051.00
Club Brugge67.0041.00
Olympiakos81.0041.00
Fc Krasnodar101.0051.00
Psv Eindhoven101.0081.00
Dynamo Kyiv151.0034.00
Gnk Dinamo Zagreb151.00101.00
Sporting Braga151.00101.00
Sk Slavia Praha151.00151.00
Royal Antwerp Fc201.00201.00
Maccabi Tel Aviv251.00201.00
Red Star Belgrade251.00201.00
Young Boys251.00201.00
Wolfsberger251.00251.00
Molde Fk351.00201.00

2020/21 Europa League

The 2020/21 Europa League is now well underway, and with the group stages now out of the way, we can take a look at what is in store for the rest of European Club Football’s second tier competition.

Knockout Format

The format going forward will be the traditional European Cup competition format, with each tie being straight knockout over two legs. Each team will play home and away, and the winner will be decided by the aggregated score of both games. If the tie is a draw, then the team who scored more away goals will go through, and if it is still a draw then extra time and penalties will be used.

Every round up until the final is played like this, until the final itself which will be a one-off game at a neutral venue. This year’s final will take place in the Stadion Miejski in Poland.

Last 32 Qualification

The last 32 is the first post-group stage round of the Europa League and there are two ways to qualify for it. Teams who entered the Europa League group stage must finishes first or second in their group, whilst the 3rd placed teams from the Champions League are relegated to the Europa League and enter straight into the last 32.

The last 32 is seeded with the 12 teams that won their group, joined by the 4 Champions League 3rd placed teams with the highest points totals as the top seeds. The 12 Europa League group stage runners up and 4 Champions League 3rd placed teams with the worst points totals as bottom seeds.

Some of the big names to qualify through the Europa League group stage include Arsenal, Tottenham Hotspur, Napoli, AC Milan, Wolfsburg, and Bayer Leverkusen amongst others.

The 8 teams that drop into the Europa League from the Champions League are Manchester United, Ajax, Club Brugge, Shakhtar Donetsk, Krasnodar, Olympiacos, and Red Bull Salzburg.

2020/21 Favourites

This years Europa League features a lot of teams that have the potential to be real contenders to win the competition, including teams that have qualified for the last 32 through both the Europa League and Champions League Group Stages.

Many people’s current favourites are currently Premier League clubs Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur.

Manchester United fell out of the Champions League, but impressive wins against both PSG and RB Leipzig have done enough to convince people they have what it takes to go all the way in the Europa League

Tottenham qualified directly by winning their Europa League group and have also been impressive on the Premier League this season. Manager Jose Mourinho is also somewhat of a specialist in the competition, winning it with both Manchester United and Chelsea.

Just behind these two favourites there is a whole host of teams that are capable of winning the competition, including some of the big names mentioned earlier.