Europa League Live Streaming Petrolil Ploiesti v Swansea, Tottenham v Dinamo Tbilisi highlight of midweek coupon

Europa League continues with Petrolil Ploiesti v Swansea, Tottenham v Dinamo Tbilisi, Nice v Limassol, Frankfurt v Karabakh live streaming with Bet365.

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Michael Laudrup and his Swansea City side travel to Romania for the second leg of their Europa League qualifier with a comfortable 5-1 advantage going in to the game following a dominant performance at the Liberty Stadium Swansea in the opening leg.

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Goals from Michu, new summer signing Pozuelo, an own goal and a brace from Wayne Routledge saw the Swans into a formidable position coming into the match and they will be confident of progressing to the group stages of the European competition.

The Swans have yet to secure a Premiership point, after two defeats to Manchester United and Tottenham, but Michael Laudrup will be confident that the Welsh side can achieve yet another milestone in their history by making the group stages of the Europa League.

News from the Swans camp is that Leon Britton will return to the side as captain after missing the Premiership defeat to Spurs on Sunday, while Ashley Williams will miss the game with a knee injury, which could raise a few eyebrows in Wales considering Arsenal are rumoured to want to bring the Wales captain to the Emirates before the transfer window closes.

New additions to the squad during the summer, Jonjo Shelvey and £12m Wilfried Bony, a purchase from Vitesse Arnhem will also be absent through injury, as will flying winger Nathan Dyer, who has a problematic hamstring injury.

For a side that totally outplayed their opposition in the first leg, the price of 6/5 on the Swansea away win could attract plenty of interest from punters, while the Romanian side are 9/4 to take victory, in what appears to be a lost cause.

The game kicks off at the Ilie Oana Stadium, Ploiesti at 18:30 GMT.

Another side with a healthy home leg advantage are Tottenham, who welcome Dinamo Tbilisi to White Hart Lane. Andreas Villas-Boas side have a five goal advantage going into the game, which in reality could become something of a training session.

The Gareth Bale transfer saga once again rumbles on, with plenty of team changes to be made, considering Spurs have a North London derby to face on the weekend.

Andros Townsend, who put in an impressive display in the first leg is once again likely to be featured heavily and will be included in the side following the youngster’s England call up, while Emmanuel Adebayor and Benoit Assou-Ekotto will not feature.

Predictably, Tottenham are 1/4 to record a home win and should progress comfortably into the Europa League group stages.

The game kicks off at White Hart Lane at 20:00GMT.

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