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Europa League winner odds

Europa League Winner Odds: Bayer Leverkusen odds-on for Europa glory

The Europa League has reached its semi-final stage, with 1987-88 winners Bayer Leverkusen topping the market ahead of Atalanta, Roma and Marseille, with both the remaining English sides, Liverpool and West Ham, making quarter-final exits.

2023/24 Europa League Outright Odds

Odds courtesy of bet365, correct at the time of publishing and subject to change.



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Bayer Leverkusen @ 3/4

As of writing, Bayer Leverkusen are still unbeaten in all competitions and have already sealed the Bundesliga title and are also through to the DFB-Pokal final.

Dortmund at the weekend aside, it is arguably this competition where their unbeaten run has come closest to ending, coming from 2-0 down in both legs of their last tie 16 against Qarabag, while they were also off the pace in their 1-1 second-leg draw at West Ham.

Xabi Alonso's side continues to excel and, with the club's first league title confirmed, the Spaniard will be keen to add the club's second European trophy by beating Roma and then either Atalanta or Marseille in the final in Dublin on May 22.

Atalanta @ 3/1

Liverpool were the 10/11 outright favourites to win this competition but were eliminated by an impressive Atalanta side.

La Dea beat the Reds 3-1 over two legs and finally look to be gelling after another busy summer, which saw them sell the likes of Rasmus Hojlund, Jeremie Boga and Merih Demiral.

Gian Piero Gasperini's side beat Sporting Lisbon in the groups and then again in the last 16, and with them sixth in Serie A, a first-ever European trophy looks to be their best route to returning to the Champions League.

Roma @ 5/1

Daniele De Rossi has engineered an impressive turnaround at Roma since replacing Jose Mourinho in January and guided the Giallorossi to home-and-away wins over domestic rivals AC Milan in the quarter-finals.

Monday's defeat to Bologna, who sit a place above them in fourth but seven points better off in Serie A, means Roma's chances of making the Champions League through the league look minimal.

They still need to re-qualify for this competition through Serie A but, after losing last year's final and collecting the Conference League in 2021-22, winning a trophy may carry more kudos and add to De Rossi's hopes of getting the job permanently beyond the summer.

Marseille @ 10/1

Outsiders Marseille are the only team left in the tournament to have previously won the Champions League. They have also lost the final of this competition a joint-worst three times, sharing that unfortunate record with the side they beat in the last eight, Benfica.

Les Phoceens have had a typically chaotic domestic season but have kicked on in this competition after dropping out of the Champions League following a penalty shootout defeat to Panathinaikos in the third qualifying round.

They came through a tough group featuring AEK Athens, Ajax and Brighton. After overcoming previous winners Shakhtar Donetsk and Villarreal earlier in the knockout rounds and outlasting Benfica on penalties, they will not fear Atalanta, especially with the first leg being played at the Velodrome.