15/1 Europa League Booking Double for Sevilla v Juventus and Leverkusen vs Roma

Europa League betting tips

Although it might be the Champions League that stole most of the midweek headlines, it is the Europa League that will take centre stage on Thursday night and we’ve got a booking tip from each match.

With everything still hanging in the balance as the final four look to punch their ticket to Budapest, the quartet of Juventus, Roma, Sevilla and Bayer Leverkusen all have their sights set on making Europa League history in 2023.

Watching the likes of Premier League giants Manchester United fall by the wayside, this year’s European tournament has certainly produced its fair share of drama and controversy.

Ahead of what looks set to be another thrilling night of action from both Spain and Germany, we have created your ultimate Europa League booking double betting tip.


20:00 Sevilla vs Juventus

Forced to settle for a first-leg 1-1 draw when they welcomed Sevilla to Turin last week, Juventus will be more than aware that they face a real uphill battle when they travel to the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan Stadium on Thursday night.

Although the Italian icons might have had their 15-point deduction temporarily overturned last month, Massimiliano Allegri’s men have struggled to find any real stability both on domestic and European duties this season.

Facing what would be even more scrutiny if their Europa League adventure comes to an abrupt end here, Juventus will certainly have to put in a gritty display on foreign soil.

Although Adrien Rabiot might have become a key part of Allegri’s plans since seeing a blockbuster move to Manchester United collapse last summer, the Frenchman has gained a reputation for his extended disciplinary issues.

Along with no Juve player committing more than Rabiot’s eight European fouls this season, the one-time PSG starlet has also become well-known to officials across the continent.

Shown what has become a customary booking as the Old Lady played out their first-leg 1-1 draw on home soil last week, the 28-year-old has been brandished with a caution on five occasions since returning from March’s international break.

Likewise, with no player in Allegri’s squad shown a Europa League booking more than Rabiot this year, the 37-cap international has also received a card in two of his last three European appearances.

Tip: Adrian Rabiot to be shown a card at anytime @ 9/2 with the 10Bet sign-up offer


20:00 Bayer Leverkusen vs Roma

While Roma might have continued to show a host of issues since returning from the World Cup’s winter break, Jose Mourinho’s men will travel out to Germany on Thursday night holding what is the most marginal of advantages.

Eventually clinging to a 1-0 first-leg victory at the Stadio Olimpico last week, the former Manchester United boss has certainly seen his squad save their best performances for the Europa League stage.

Crowned the inaugural Europa Conference League champions last season, Roma now have their sights firmly set on reaching back-to-back European finals for the first time in their illustrious history.

However, with none of the final four semi-finalists being shown a yellow card or giving away more fouls than the Giallorossi this season, the Italian heavyweights are renowned for their pragmatic approach under Mourinho.

Arguably the biggest contributor to Roma’s disciplinary issues this year has been Italian international Gianluca Mancini.

Picking up five separate Europa League cautions this season, no player in this year’s tournament has been shown a yellow card on more occasions than the 27-year-old.

On a similar note, with Mancini giving away 17 Europa League fouls in his 12 appearances this season, only two the duo of Rani Khedira and teammate Bryan Cristante have been blown up on more occasions.

Picking up another European booking in the first-leg last week, the ex-Atalanta defender will have to walk a real tightrope on Thursday night.

Tip: Gianluca Mancini to be shown a card at anytime @ 13/8 with the bet365 welcome offer


Europa League Booking Double:

  • Sevilla vs Juventus – Adrian Rabiot to be shown a card at anytime @ 9/2
  • Bayer Leverkusen vs Roma – Gianluca Mancini to be shown a card at anytime @ 2/1


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