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On Wednesday at 9 p.m. Barcelona welcomes Liverpool to the Camp Nou in a mouthwatering first leg tie. In the Europa League, Arsenal looks to continue Unai Emery’s excellent Europa League record, while Chelsea faces a difficult trip to Eintracht Frankfurt on Thursday at 9 p.m.!

Can Virgil Van Dijk stop Messi at the Camp Nou?

Barcelona (@1.90) will go into the first leg semi-final tie against Liverpool (@4.00) as betting favourites after securing the La Liga title over the weekend. Lionel Messi came off the bench and scored the only goal of Saturday’s home clash with Levante, notching his 34th league goal of the season and his 46th in all competitions this term. As evidenced in their recent wins in Munich and Porto, Liverpool have the players to exploit Barça's liabilities on the counter and put themselves in a strong position ahead of the return leg at Anfield. It’s worth noting Jürgen Klopp has yet to lose a two-legged tie in continental competition with the Reds and will have the newly crowned PFA Player of the Year Virgil Van Dijk in their defensive ranks.

  • Liverpool are unbeaten in away games against Barcelona, recording two wins and two draws on their four previous visits
  • Barcelona have won only two of their last five contests at semifinal stage

Who will score the first goal here? You can’t rule out ‘First Goalscorer: Lionel Messi’ @4.10!

First leg victory essential for the Gunners against Valencia!

Spanish side Valencia (@3.90) will be stern opponents for Arsenal (@1.99) as the two sides prepare to meet at the Emirates stadium in their first leg tie. Unai Emery’s former club have only lost seven games in the league during this campaign, however recent form does not read well with the Copa del Rey finalists suffering back to back La Liga defeats. Meanwhile the Gunners are currently reeling after losing four of their last five Premier League matches - a miserable run that includes three consecutive losses at the hands of Crystal Palace, Wolves and Leicester in which they conceded nine goals. The North London club cruised through to the Europa League semi-finals following a 3-0 aggregate victory over Napoli, while Los Che have ousted Villarreal, Krasnodar and Celtic on their way to the semi-finals.

  • Valencia have lost only two of their last seven European games on the road
  • Arsenal have lost only one home match in two seasons in the Europa League

With both sides conceding plenty of goals lately, a bet on ‘Both Teams to Score: Yes’ @1.80 might make sense here!

Could we see a possible upset in Germany?

Eintracht Frankfurt (@2.75) will hope to make the most of home advantage in their UEFA Europa League semi-final first leg with English Premier League outfit Chelsea (@2.65). A 1-1 draw against Manchester United has left Chelsea in the top four of the standings for now, but winning the Europa League will guarantee Maurizio Sarri qualification for next year’s Champions League. German side Frankfurt sit fourth in the Bundesliga with three games remaining and, should they stay there, they too will claim the final qualification spot for next season's Champions League. Will the 2013 Europa League winners take a lead back with them for the second leg at Stamford Bridge?

  • Chelsea have a strong record against German teams, winning six of their eight meetings
  • Frankfurt have won five and drawn one of their six home assignments in this season's Europa League

Return €60 from a €10 bet on ‘Correct Score: 1-1’ between these two evenly matched sides!
Midweek Multi-Bet: We have picked out a tasty-looking 3-match multi bet with great value @12.67. Wins for Barcelona (versus Liverpool), Arsenal (versus Valencia) and a draw between Eintracht Frankfurt and Chelsea will return you €126 from a €10 bet.

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