Get our football experts' best bets for tonight with four Europa League quarterfinal first legs taking place across the continent.
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🧠 Recommended bets:
- Over 2.5 goals in RB Leipzig vs Atalanta
- Barcelona win & BTTS
- Braga and Rangers to draw
- BTTS in West Ham vs Lyon
RB Leipzig vs Atalanta
Leipzig has won 11 of their last 15 games in all competitions but will need to be at their best to get the better of an Atalanta outfit with plenty of recent European experience under their belts, including their 4-2 aggregate defeat of Bayer Leverkusen in the last round. Eight of Leipzig's last 11 have featured over 2.5 goals, and both games against Real Sociedad featured four goals. The goals market is the way to go in this tie.
Eintracht Frankfurt vs Barcelona
Six of Eintracht's last eight UEL matches have seen both teams score before half-time, and they've run top Bundesliga sides close this season in home matches with a narrow 1-0 defeat to Bayern and a 3-2 defeat to Dortmund. They held Leipzig to a 1-1 draw and thrashed Leverkusen 5-2 at the Deutsche Bank Park, so a big test awaits Xavi's flying Barcelona side in what should be a special atmosphere. But it is a test that they should pass.
Braga vs Rangers
Rangers travel to Portugal on the back of Sunday's disastrous Old Firm defeat at Ibrox against Celtic. They took the lead thanks to a goal from Aaron Ramsey but were pegged back by two first-half sucker punches, leaving them six points adrift in the title race. Coupled with that, star striker Alfredo Morelos is now expected to be out for a prolonged spell with an injury. Rangers boss Gio van Bronckhorst might be happy to escape Portugal with a draw here, all things considered.
West Ham vs Lyon
Lyon has scored in every single UEL game so far, and West Ham has drawn a blank in just two of their 22 home matches this season, so we're backing on goals at both ends. A real route to profit will be to add a home win into the mix, considering that the Hammers have won their last four at the London Stadium and Jarrod Bowen is set to return after injury.