Europa League Odds: Who will lift the trophy in 2023/24?


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Europa League Odds: Who will lift the trophy in 2023/24?


Update: 09.05.24

We’re in the midst of the semi-finals in this season’s Europa League campaign and we’ve been witness to some thrilling encounters throughout the competition thus far, however who will be lifting the trophy on 22nd May?


Excitement and controversy

There’s always plenty of excitement and controversy in Europe’s second tier club competition and the 2023/24 campaign has been no different. There have been some thrilling ties along the way but we’re now very much at the sharp end of the tournament with just four sides left in contention. The semi-final first leg games are now out of the way and the side with the clear advantage is Bundesliga champions Bayer Leverkusen who beat Roma 2-0 in the Italian capital last week. The two sides do battle once again in Germany tonight and the German outfit are clear favourites to complete the job on home soil.


Favourites for the trophy

In the other semi-final, Marseille were held to a 1-1 draw at home to Atalanta and the two sides will once again go head-to-head in Italy tonight, the home side favourites to edge their way into the final where the chances are they will be up against Leverkusen. The Bundesliga champions are big odds-on favourites to lift the Europa League trophy this season at a best price of 1/2, while Serie A outfit Atalanta are next in the betting at best odds of 10/3. Marseille are a 10/1 shot for the trophy as things stand while Roma are rank outsiders at a best price of 35/1.


Europa League Winner Odds

(Odds correct as of 09.05.24)


1/2  –  Bayer Leverkusen

10/3 –  Atalanta

10/1 –  Marseille

35/1 –  Roma




The 53rd edition of the Europa League is proceeding nicely with some thrilling ties having been played. Liverpool are firm favourites to go all the way in the tournament but they face some very stiff competition between now and the close of play.

With just two rounds of group matches left to play, it’s becoming ever clearer who will be moving into the last sixteen of the tournament. Liverpool remain big favourites to lift the trophy but there may well be a few surprises between now and the final.

In Group A, West Ham United sit in pole position but a superior head-to-head record is all that keeps them above second-placed SC Freiburg. Nevertheless a point apiece would be enough to see them both through to the last sixteen.

In Group B, Marseille reign supreme with eight points to their name, however second-placed Brighton and third-placed AEK Athens are still very much in with a chance of progression into the knockout phase and nothing is settled in this group just yet.

Real Betis sit at the summit of Group C with nine points to their name but hot on their heels are Rangers who are just two points adrift of the Spanish side. Third-placed Sparta Prague can also mathematically make it into the knockouts through a top two finish but in reality their chances would appear slim.

With ten points to their name, Group D leaders Atalanta are effectively through to the knockout stages while second-placed Sporting are three points adrift and can be caught by SK Sturm Graz in the race for a top two finish.

Group E has gone Liverpool’s way to a degree, however Jurgen Klopp’s men have lost one of their four group matches and as such aren’t mathematically over the line just yet. Second-placed Marseille are Liverpool’s biggest threat with regard to top spot, while Union SG can still catch the top two between now and the end of the group stages.

In Group F, leaders Rennes and second-placed Villarreal are just three points apart in the race for a top-two finish while things are even closer in Group G with leaders Slavia Prague and AS Roma level in nine points apiece.

In Group H, Bayer Leverkusen are over the line having collected maximum points from their opening four games while Qarabag and Molde sit on six points apiece and are neck-and-neck in the race for a top two position.

Liverpool are out-and-out favourites to lift the Europa League trophy this season but their biggest threats are perceived as being Bayer Leverkusen and Roma.


Europa League Winner Best Odds


3/1  –  Liverpool

9/1  –  Bayer Leverkusen

14/1 –  Roma

16/1 –  Brighton & Hove Albion

20/1 –  West Ham United

20/1 –  Atalanta

25/1 –  Sporting Lisbon


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