Europa League Live Streaming : Liverpool v Young Boys, Newcastle v Maritimo, Lazio v Tottenham available online

Its another busy night of European action with Liverpool v Young Boys, Newcastle v Maritimo, Lazio v Tottenham, Anzhi v Udinese all available to watch with Bet365’s live stream service.

Liverpool, Newcastle and Tottenham are all looking to boost their Europa League qualification hopes on Thursday evening when they compete in the penultimate game of their respective groups.

Focusing on Liverpool to begin with, they take on Young Boys at Anfield with three points and nothing less the aim. Both teams are locked on six points, a single point adrift of group leaders Anzhi Makhachkala, so this is a potentially decisive fixture for Brendan Rodgers men.

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They will certainly want to improve on their European home form for this one. In the two Europa League matches at Anfield this season, the Reds have won two, lost one and drawn one – they need more consistency.

A repeat of the 3-0 home win against Wigan at the weekend would go down well with the Anfield faithful, although their Swiss opponents should not be underestimated, having already beaten Udinese home and away already in the competition.

Next up in terms of British interest on Thursday evening is Newcastle United. Their league form may have dipped rather alarmingly with two defeats in succession, but in the Europa League, they are in control of their group as they sit top with eight points.

If Alan Pardew’s men can secure the win at home to Maritimo on Thursday evening, they would progress to the knockout stages and be in pole position in Group D.  This is a big night for them and one that could boost their domestic form during a busy time of the season, and with Papiss Cisse set to return to the starting line up the 1/2 on the home win is sure to attract all the attention.

Finally, Tottenham are in action away to Lazio. Arguably the toughest game they will face in Group J, Andre Villas-Boas will know how well his team needs to perform to get something. They are unbeaten in the competition so far though and another point would be more than adequate.

They can then go into the final game at home to Panathiniakos with their qualification hopes in their own hands. They would even be in the frame to win the group, so this is a big night for Tottenham’s season as they head to take on this famous Italian club.

Vladimir Petkovic’s side currently sit top of Group J, and following excellent wins against Panathinaikos and Roma look to be more than a hint of value at 6/4.

Boasting the likes of Miroslav Klose, Libor Kozak and Sergio Floccari, the Biancazzurri have plenty of attacking options and should have a little too much for a misfiring Spurs unit, who were demolished by the Gunners on the weekend.

The impressive Steven Caulker is struggling with injury, and his absence is a big blow.

Overall, all three English teams should have enough in their locker to qualify over the next two games, but a poor night on Thursday and they have it all to do.

The pressure is on.

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