Latest Europa League live streaming with Swansea v Kuban, Wigan v Rubin Kazan, FC Sheriff v Tottenham available to watch online tonight.
Swansea and Spurs are considered 1/3 and 1/2 favourites by Paddy Power to beat Kuban Krasnodar and Sheriff Tiraspol respectively as their hunt for qualification gathers pace.
Swansea and Tottenham have enjoyed strong starts to the Europa League and both Premier League sides could just be a point away from the knockout stages with a win in tomorrow night’s fixtures
Swansea are runaway group leaders in Group A having won their opening two games and their debut European season could get better with a win against Russian side Kuban Krasnodar.
Michael Laudrup will most likely welcome back Jonjo Shelvey into the side as he looks to keep his squad as fit as possible whilst Dwight Tiendalli could also make an appearance at right back for the tie.
Swansea will also start with Wilfired Bony up front with the Ivorian being their leading scorer in the competition so far with 4 goals.
Kuban are experiencing a rare European outing this season but their campaign has not gone well with the Russian side failing to pick up a single point so far.
Although the team will be unfamiliar to British fans, one face that is instantly recognisable is that of striker Djibril Cisse who joined the club from QPR in the summer.
Moving a lot further east, Tottenham will face a trip to Moldova where they visit Sheriff Tiraspol in the clash of Group K’s two leading teams.
Tottenham are four points clear with Sheriff as Spurs remain the only side in the group to have recorded a win in the opening two games.
Andre Vilas boas will likely change the squad to keep them fresh for their clash against Hull on Sunday with Aaron Lennon likely to make a return from injury as could Etienne Capoue.
Meanwhile, Jermain Defoe will aim to continue in his quest for the golden boot having already scored 5 goals in the competition – just two behind leader Paulo Henrique of Trabzonspor.
Moldovan champions Sheriff have picked up 2 draws in their opening two games helping them move into second in the group above Anzhi and Tromso.
However, Sheriff will be without defender Melli who is suspended after getting sent off in the last game against Tromso.
Whilst Swansea and Tottenham aim for comfortable wins, Championship side Wigan face their toughest test yet in Europe as they host Russian giants and group leaders Rubin Kazan.
Plucky Wigan won many fans after emphatically beating Maribor 3-1 last time out and moved into second place in the group just 2 points behind Rubin.
Owen Coyle is likely to start with Grant Holt and Jean Beausejour upfront with Nick Powell in support following on from his heroic brace last time out.
The group leaders aren’t looking to take anything for granted though and are likely to feature a full-strength squad including the likes of French midfielder Yann M’Vila and Russian winger Alex Ryazantsev.
After a successful start for all of the British teams in the competition, wins for Swansea, Tottenham and Wigan could see just a game away from advancing to the knockout stages.