Tonight’s raft of Europa League matches serves up a banquet of betting opportunities for punters to feast upon, but few can match up to the tasty treble bwin have cooked up.
The bookies in black and gold have gone 9/1 about Napoli besting Dinamo Moscow, Fiorentina to beat Serie A rivals Roma and Villarreal to bag an advantage over current holders Sevilla.
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Here are the factors saying it will:
Napoli to beat Dinamo Moscow @ 7/10
Domestic foes Chievo and Juventus are the only teams to have stepped into the San Paolo stronghold and left with the spoils in tow.
An 87th-minute Mauro Icardi penalty in a 2-2 draw with Inter prevented Rafa Benitez’s men recording a sixth straight win on the homestead last time, though the 1-0 triumph over Trabzonspor that preceded it meant they’ve now won each of their four base camp battles in this competition.
Their strength at home is defined by the fact Sparta Prague are the only team to score a Europa League goal at this venue.
Dinamo have won three of four road games since the group-stage of the competition began, but just one of these – a 1-0 win at PSV – came against a side of comparable stature to Napoli.
Fiorentina to beat Roma @ 7/5
Vincenzo Montella’s men snapped a run of seven without a win against the Giallorossi when the pair last squared off.
Roma’s failure to triumph in ten of their last 14 ahead of this one says La Viola are primed to make it two on the spin.
A hammering at Lazio last time was the first time Fiorentina tasted defeat in 14, nine of 13 occurring this 4-0 reverse ended victoriously for the Tuscan capital club.
Villarreal to beat Sevilla @ 11/10
Since the dawn of December 2014, the Yellow Submarine has sunk the battleships of 11 of the last 12 teams to set foot in the Madrigal.
The only instance in which they didn’t prevail was a 3-1 reverse against Barcelona, which is one of just three home games in which their backline was breached.
Sevilla are equally dependable on the road, though where Villarreal prevail, Los Rojiblancos get beat.
They’ve been felled in five of their last seven sojourns.