Everything You Need To Know About This Week's Europa League Quarter-Final Matches

Can Manchester United get the job done in Seville?
08:00, 19 Apr 2023

The Europa League quarter-final second legs take place on Thursday and after some dramatic contests last week, we can expect more of the same on this occasion.

Here is everything you need to know about this week’s fixtures.

AS Roma v Feyenoord (0-1)

Where: Stadio Olimpico, Rome

When: Thursday 20 April, 8pm

TV: BT Sport 3

Betfred odds: Over 2.5 goals is 11/10

Arne Slot’s Feyenoord got a valuable 1-0 lead in Rotterdam thanks to Mats Wieffer. Roma boss Jose Mourinho is a guru when it comes to European football and many are expecting his side to flip the script in Rome. And after their Europa Conference League triumph last season, it will be difficult to write them off at this stage.


Sporting CP v Juventus (0-1)

Where: Estadio Jose Alvalade, Lisbon

When: Thursday 20 April, 8pm

TV: BT Sport 4

Betfred odds: Angel Di Maria to score first is 9/1

Juventus have got their full attention on delivering their fans success in the Europa League as they have endured a hugely underwhelming season in Serie A. Federico Gatti gave the Old Lady the advantage in the tie back in Turin but they will face a strong test with Sporting playing in front of a home crowd.


Union Saint-Gilloise v Bayer Leverkusen (1-1)

Where: Lotto Park, Anderlecht

When: Thursday 20 April, 8pm

TV: BT Sport 5

Betfred odds: Bayer Leverkusen and BTTS is 3/1

These two sides couldn’t be separated in Germany last week as Bayer Leverkusen boss Xabi Alonso looks to lay down a marker in his managerial career. Both sides possess very talented players and Union Saint-Gilloise’s meteoric rise is incredible. This tie seems extremely tight and it could go all the way.

Manchester United v Sevilla (2-2)

Where: Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan, Seville

When: Thursday 20 April, 8pm

TV: BT Sport 1

Betfred odds: Antony to score anytime is 5/2

Almost a week has passed and we still can’t believe how Manchester United let their two-goal lead slip at Old Trafford in the first leg. There was no contest in the first half and then suddenly Sevilla found a route back into the tie with two late goals. Erik ten Hag’s side were able to respond with an impressive victory at Nottingham Forest this weekend but they cannot underestimate Sevilla on this occasion after what happened last time. The Red Devils face a tough test as they will be without key players Bruno Fernandes, Luke Shaw, Lisandro Martinez and Raphael Varane.

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