The ordaining of a Jurgen Klopp derby between Liverpool and Borussia Dortmund at the quarter-final stage has seen the former’s Europa League odds pushed out.
Klopp’s current employers are now 13/2 to lift the trophy, having been 17/4 prior to being drawn against the fellow ‘You’ll Never Walk Alone’ songbirds.
The side who so comfortably disposed of Tottenham in the last round remain 8/5 favourites in the outright betting.
Thomas Tuchel’s outfit are hefty 21/50 to progress at the Anfielders’ expense, with the first leg in Germany, while Liverpool are 33/20 outsiders.
An all Spanish tie between two-time defending champions Sevilla and Athletic Bilbao, finalists in 2012, looks the prime cut of the remaining fixtures.
Unai Emery’s side are 6/1 second-favourites to land what would be an unprecedented third successive win in the competition, moving clear of fellow back-to-back champions Real Madrid.