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The Europa League quarter-final second legs take place on Thursday evening and after plenty of goals and excitement in the first legs, we should be in for a superb night of action here.
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Chelsea make the journey to Russia to take on Rubin Kazan in the night’s early kick-off and as they are 3-1 up from the first leg, the Blues should be confident that they can reach the semi-finals.
Rafael Benitez’s men will be looking to grab an away goal in the early stages as that would mean that Kazan have to score three to take the game to extra-time.
With the gruelling schedule Chelsea’s squad have had over the last couple of weeks, the last thing they need is extra-time, so a professional display is needed in this one and remaining solid at the back has to be the priority.
The Russians have a number of players capable of causing their opponents some problems and there should be an electric atmosphere here, but Chelsea look good value at 9/5 to win on the night.
Tottenham Hotspur aren’t in quite such a strong position as they drew 2-2 with Basel at White Hart Lane last week and are without star men Gareth Bale for this clash after his injury in the dying stages of the first leg.
In truth, Spurs were lucky to get a draw in that match as the Swiss side had a lot of possession and should have taken the game by a couple of goals.
Andre Villas-Boas needs a massive performance from his men in this one and they are the underdogs to qualify at 7/5.
Basel haven’t lost a competitive match on home soil since August last year, so they are very strong on their own turf and it is going to be a difficult task for the Premier League outfit.
If Tottenham can play their natural attacking football, we should see more goals in this one.
Newcastle United have a lot of work to do if they are to reach the semi-finals as they take on Benfica at St James’ Park and have a 3-1 deficit to turn around.
The Magpies haven’t scored more than once in their last five Europa League games, so Alan Pardew might have to change his tactics here as they need to find the net at least twice in order to progress.
Benfica are one of the strongest teams in this competition and much like Chelsea, they know an early away goal would all but guarantee their place in the final four.
With over 50,000 people inside St James’, this could be another famous European night for the north-east club and they can be backed at 11/2 to qualify.
Finally, Lazio entertain Fenerbahce and the latter come here in excellent spirits after their 2-0 win in the first leg.
The Italians are always strong on home soil, but they have to cause a bit of an upset to progress to the next round, especially as the Turkish team look to be so well organised at the back.
We should see four cracking games on Thursday evening.