Europa League Live Streaming Schedule : Anzhi v Liverpool, Bruges v Newcastle, Tottenham v Maribor feature

Thursday evening sees a whole host of Europa League fixtures, with latest odds released on Anzhi v Liverpool, Bruges v Newcastle, Tottenham v Maribor, Athletic Bilbao v Lyon, as football fans can watch all the action with Bet365 and their live stream service.

It is time for the Europa League to head into its fourth round of fixtures on Thursday evening and the three English teams – Liverpool, Newcastle United and Tottenham Hotspur are all in action.

All three of these clubs are sitting in a good position in their groups and a victory this week would move them a step close to reaching the next stage of the competition.

Liverpool make the trip to Russia to take on big-spenders Anzhi Makhachkala in what will be a very tough encounter for the Reds.

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Brendan Rodgers is likely to make a number of changes from to the team that drew with Newcastle on Sunday afternoon, but knows that his men will have to put in a big performance to come out on top. If they do take the spoils, Liverpool could move four points clear at the top of the table.

With Joe Allen, Steven Gerrard, Luis Suarez,Raheem Sterling and Jose Reina amongst a handful of players not making the trip, the 4/5 on the home win looks more than a good bet.

Newcastle are also on their travels as well as they take on Club Brugge. Alan Pardew’s team have remained unbeaten in the Europa League this campaign and have managed to win their last two encounters, but they must without Demba Ba and Yohan Cabaye, who miss the trip through injury.

The Magpies, who currently sit top of their group can all but secure qualification if they make it three victories in a row on Thursday evening, so Pardew is sure to put out a strong eleven as they face a Belgian side in turmoil having disposed of manager Georges Leekens on the weekend.

The 2/1 on the Newcastle away win looks more than a good bet and is sure to attract plenty of attention.

Finally, Tottenham are searching for their first win in the tournament when they host Slovenian champions Maribor at White Hart Lane.

Spurs have drawn all three of their matches, but in this very tight group, they can still qualify and even move to the top of the group with a convincing win, if other results go their way.

Andre Villas-Boas wants his side to win the Europa League – so three points are a must in this one as the Spurs boss looks to galvanise his side following a dismal home defeat to Wigan in the Premier League last weekend. Since their inspirational win at Old Trafford its been something of a downward spiral – both on and off the field – at White Hart Lane, so a win would be the perfect tonic, although 1/4 won’t exactly get hearts racing on the home win.

It should be a superb night of action and these English teams will all be hopeful of taking maximum points.

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