Chelsea won the tournament last season and two more Premier League sides are among the favourites to claim European glory this time around
The Europa League has been whittled down to 16 teams, with possible paths to the final being mapped out.
Arsenal were a high-profile exit from the last-32 having been beaten in extra-time by Olympiacos, while reigning champions Chelsea are featuring in the Champions League rather than the second-tier competition.
Who are the favourites to win the Europa League?
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side eased out of Group L and brushed past Austrian side LASK Linz 5-0 in the first leg of their last-16 clash, having already beaten Club Brugge 6-1 on aggregate in the last-32.
The Italian side placed behind Barcelona and Borussia Dortmund in Group F and face a tricky last-16 tie against Getafe, who were chasing a top four finish in La Liga before a run of one win in 12 games.
Wolves are 8/1 (9.0) to mark their return to European football in impressive style by lifting their first major trophy since 1980.
The Premier League side were runners-up in the first-ever UEFA Cup – as it was then known – in 1972, losing 3-2 to Tottenham on aggregate, and have not taken part in continental competition since 1981.
Nuno Espirito Santo’s side came second in a tough group and eased past Espanyol in the last-32 before being drawn against Olympiacos – conquerors of Arsenal – in the next round.
As well as three victories under former Arsenal manager Unai Emery, the Liga side also claimed the trophy in consecutive seasons under Juande Ramos in 2006 and 2007.
They qualified from Group A after taking 15 points and face Roma in a blockbuster last-16 tie.
Who are the Europa League underdogs?
Getafe have emerged as surprising underdogs at 14/1 (17.0) following impressive campaigns in both La Liga and the Europa League.
Jose Bordalas’ men finished eighth in the Spanish top-flight and were runners-up in their Europa League group, with their odds shortening thanks an impressive win over last season’s Champions League semi-finalists Ajax.
bet365 offer 14/1 (15.0) that Roma win their maiden Europa League this season.
The Italian capital club previously lost in the final in 1991 when they went down 2-1 to Serie A rivals Inter and struggled past Gent in the round of 32, meaning their tie against Sevilla is likely to prove even tougher.
Who are the Europa League outsiders?
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