The Europa League returns this evening with Tottenham v Lazio, Maritimo v Newcastle and Young Boys v Liverpool the picks of a busy night of football, which can all be watched with Bet365’s live stream service (see below).
With 24 group games in total on a busy night of European football with three English teams involved.
Arguably the pick of all the fixtures, Tottenham host Lazio at White Hart Lane and this should be a cracking contest. Andre Villas-Boas has won this competition with Porto of course and he has signalled his intention to go all the way with Spurs.
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Fresh from his first win as manager – a 3-1 victory at Reading – Villa-Boas is confident his side can be a match for the in-form Italian giants. The home crowd will look to create an electric atmosphere too and show that they are one of the teams to beat in this competition.
Elsewhere, Liverpool travel to Switzerland to face Young Boys. As one of the biggest teams in the tournament, Brendan Rodgers’ men will aim for three points in this one, boosting their confidence after a slow start to the domestic campaign in the process.
Newcastle are on the road too as they face Portuguese outfit Maritimo. Alan Pardew’s men played their part in an excellent Monday Night Football fixture against Everton this week, so could make some changes, but are still expected to come away with the win.
Neither Liverpool or Newcastle will have it easy though and the bigger teams slipping up at this stage is fairly common for the Europa League.
In the other stand out fixtures this evening, holders Atletico Madrid – who are in fine form at the moment, especially in front of goal – travel to Hap Tel Aviv. Fellow Spanish club and last year’s beaten finalists Athletico Bilbao are on home soil against Hapoel KS.
It is also worth keeping an eye out for what should be a competitive encounter between Fenerbahce and Marseille, while Italian giants Inter Milan will expect nothing less than a win at home to Rubin.
Overall, a fascinating night awaits as 48 teams get their 2012/2013 Europa League campaign underway.