Europa League with Benfica Bayer Leverkusen, Plzen Napoli, Rubin Kazan Atletico Madrid, Bordeaux Kiev, as Bet365 release odds & live streaming on all the action from around Europe tonight.
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The Europa League round of 32 second legs take place on Thursday evening and with the results we saw in the first legs, it should be another thrilling night in this competition.
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Holders Atletico Madrid have a massive mountain to climb if they are to make the final 16 as they lost 2-0 on home soil to Rubin Kazan last week.
The Russian side were even reduced to ten-men on the stroke of half-time when the score was 1-0, but then defended well in the second period and grabbed a massive goal in the last minute of the game.
Atletico would not have been expecting this result and if they are to have any chance of staying in this compeition, they need a performance right out of the top drawer. The Spanish side are out at 4/1 to reach the next stage.
Napoli were also stunned on their own turf as they went down 3-0 Czech side Plzen. The Italian outfit were one of the favourites to win this Europa League, but they look to be all but out of the tournament after a shocking result.
Plzen deserve a lot of credit though and if they put in a professional display, they will reach the last 16 and can be backed at 11/8 to win on the night.
One tie that looks all but guaranteed to entertain is Lazio v Borussia Monchengladbach as the first leg ended in a 3-3 draw. Lazio had a man sent off in the second-half, but grabbed a late equaliser and now, they are sure to be the favourites to qualify.
Inter Milan were 2-0 winners over CFR Cluj in the first leg and they now head to Romania as the big favourites to book a place in the next round.
They put in a good display last week and although they know Cluj have the players capable of scoring goals and making this tough for them, Inter should still have a comfortable evening here.
Big-spending Russian outfit Anzhi Makhachkala head to Hannover with a 3-1 lead from the first leg, so know they are in a good position, but the tie is far from over.
Anzhi are looking to go all the way in the Europa League and this encounter will be a big test of their defensive qualities.
Benfica v Bayer Leverkusen should be another interesting encounter and the home side have the advantage as they won 1-0 in Germany last week.
Leverkusen are a team that are more than capable of grabbing an away goal or two themselves though, so it is all to play for and they are good value at 16/5 to win on the night..
Ajax were comfortable 2-0 winners over Steaua Bucharest, so should qualify for the next stage and Levante beat Olympiakos 3-0, which all but secured their place in the round of 16. Basel also beat Dnipro 2-0.
The remaining three games see Bate travel to Fenerbahce, Dynamo Kyiv host Bordeaux and Genk entertain Stuttgart.
These ties are all currently level on aggregate, which means there is plenty to play for.