The Climax of the Europa League round of 16 progress today with a total of eight games lined up to challenge tonight,as every team wish to make it to the quarter finals of the competition, and this will be the perfect time to make some extra cash with just a little stake.
1: Young Boys Vs AjaxTo the first selection Young Boys will looking for a revenge against Ajax Amsterdam after suffering an aggregate of 3-0 during their first leg match, and there will be an over 2.5 today.
At Stadion Maksimir Dinamo Zagreb will be hoping for a revenge against Mourinho's side Tottenham Hotspur,after falling 2-0 into their hands during a first leg match, and with Erik lamela and Gareth Bale already lined up in the squad,then it will be another win for Tottenham.
3: Arsenal Vs OlympiacosAt Emirates Stadium Arsenal welcomes Olympiacos with an advantage of 3-1 win during their first leg match, and with Arteta's squad still likely to cause More trouble,then it will be a win for the Gunners.
4: Rangers Vs Slavia Prague
Another presented chance comes to Steve Gerrard's side today after sharing a 1-1 draw in first leg match,but with Slavia Prague traveling it will be a must win for Rangers.
5: AC milan Vs Manchester United
The Red devils travels to San siro for their most heat up match against the inform AC milan, but since Solskjaers' side have an impressive away form the over 2.5 will be a must.
6: Villareal Vs Dynamo Kiev
The Laliga Santander side are already enjoying a 2-0 lead aggregate for their first leg match and this second leg will be a mouthwatering game for them,so it will be a win.
7: Shaktar Donetsk Vs As Roma
At Antonio Mateu stadium Shaktar Donetsk welcomes the inform Roma,and having fall 3-0 in first leg match, they will be doing anything possible to secure a chance to the next round, bringing much possibilities on over 2.5
8: Molde Vs Granada
Molde welcomes Granada on a neutral land of Srdjan Jovanovic in Serbia with Granada having a slight advantage of 2-0, and another over 1.5 will be in today.
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