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Real Madrid (1/33) will be too short for most to consider but could be accumulator fodder as they host APOEL Nicosia. Tottenham face a tricky clash at Wembley as Borussia Dortmund are the visitors. Mauricio Pochettino's men had few problems disposing of Everton at the weekend and are 5/4 (2.25) to kick start their European campaign with three points but can they adapt to their new surroundings against a team with elite European pedigree?
The two other English sides are both odds on across the board. 888Sport go 2/5 (1.40) that Manchester City get the better of a Feyenoord side who boast a 100% record in the Eredivisie this season but face a huge step up against Pep Guardiola's men.
Liverpool were on the wrong end of a 3-1 scoreline when they faced Sevilla in the Europa League final two years ago but it's 8/11 (1.73) that the Reds get their revenge at Anfield.
That seems a little short considering how defensively vulnerable the home side have been but with a devastating forward line, backing goals could prove the best option. 888Sport offer an Asian line on goals, with three available at 13/10 (2.30).
Unlike a traditional bookmaker line of 3.5 goals, which offers either a win or lose option, this selection will be void if the match ends with exactly three goals, but still offers a tasty pay-out on a goal-fest.
What's more, this is a pick that's landed in three of Liverpool's four Premier League matches this term and their second leg qualification clash with Hoffenheim. Sevilla also saw at least three goals in each of their Champions League matches against Istanbul Basaksehir, so the visitors are also capable of contributing to a high-scoring game at both ends of the field.
Jurgen Klopp preaches an “heavy metal football” approach and in terms of entertainment, the Merseysiders could provide one of the most enthralling ties of the round.