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The Europa League semi-final first legs take place this evening and we should be in for a superb night of action in this tournament that has provided a lot of entertainment this campaign.
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are the only English team left in any European competition and they travel to Switzerland to take on Basel this evening.
The Blues are the favourites to win the Europa League, but they know how strong their opponents are as they knocked Tottenham Hotspur out in the previous round.
Rafael Benitez knows this is the only trophy he can win in charge of the side as he is due to leave in the summer and if Chelsea are at their best in this one, they should take a lead, or at least a score draw, back to Stamford Bridge with them.
Fernando Torres is all but certain to start this one as Demba Ba is cup-tied and with four goals in his last three Europa League matches, the striker should come into this one with a bit of confidence.
Chelsea are the favourites to win this at 6/4, but they haven’t played their best football away from home in this tournament, so these odds could be a little bit short.
As for Basel, they have been the surprise package in the Europa League this season and although this is the toughest tie for them yet, they will be in excellent spirits.
When on home soil, the Swiss side are extremely strong and they haven’t lost here in the competition so far, so could be good value to take the spoils at 2/1.
They have scored ten goals in their last five matches at home in the Europa League and conceded just two, which shows you how strong Basel are on their own turf.
With an electric atmosphere guaranteed, this should be a cracking encounter.
The other semi-final sees Fenerbahce entertain Benfica in what looks to be another thoroughly entertaining 90 minutes of action.
The hosts had an excellent win against Lazio over two legs in the previous round and when they playing at home, the Turkish team fancy their chances of beating anyone in European football.
Fenerbahce have conceded just twice in their last six Europa League matches, so they seem to pride themselves on being tough to break down.
This could prove to be the toughest test for their defence though as Benfica have been one of the best attacking teams in the tournament.
The club from Portugal are unbeaten in the Europa League so far as well and are being offered at 17/11 to come out on top this evening.
They have a lot of quality, but Oscar Cardozo could prove to be the key man for the visitors as he has four goals in six matches in this competition.
We are all set for an enthralling night of action and with both away teams currently the favourites, it will be interesting to see how they get and whether they attack right from the off.