The quarterfinals of the Europa League start with two crosses with two favorites to pass, but many doubts
Arsenal host Slavia Prague in a cheating match. The Czechs are more than used to coming to the islands and leaving with good loot. Not in vain have eliminated Leicester City and Glasgow Rangers in the previous rounds. They are the cover of this round with Granada and on top of that they face a rival with more negative than positive points.
Londoners gave one of the worst pictures in recent times at the 3-0 loss to Liverpool this weekend. They played horrible football and were thrashed by a team that Real Madrid blushed this Tuesday.
Their individual quality far exceeds that of Slavia Prague, but as a group, the Czechs may have a chance at a stadium that Olympiacos already conquered a few weeks ago.
They both mark 1.910/11.
Ajax is having a good time and has won in seven of the last seven games. What’s more, they haven’t lost since December 9 against Atalanta.
Much worse comes Roma, who have lost two of the last four games, and who arrive with important casualties such as Stephan El Shaaraway, Henrikh Mkhitaryan, Nicolo Zaniolo and Chris Smalling. This is the competition of a Borja Mayoral who has seven goals in 10 games and that he will have his chance again this Thursday.
They both mark 1.574/7.