Spurs 15/2 for Europa League

  • Last Updated: December 13 2013, 9:04 GMT

Tottenham are no bigger than 15/2 to win the Europa League after they made it six wins from six group games.

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Spurs and their manager Andre Villas-Boas have come in for some criticism domestically of late but in Europe they've been flawless, Thursday's 4-1 win over Anzhi crowning a perfect group campaign.

And while the revised outright betting now includes those to have dropped down from the Champions League, only 11/2 favourites Juventus are considered more likely winners than the Premier League outfit.

William Hill have Spurs as short as 11/2, but 888sport and Unibet go 15/2 in a market which sees most firms quote 6/1.

Napoli, unfortunate to find themselves in an extremely competitive Champions League group from which they were eliminated on goal difference, are general 10/1 third-favourites ahead of Fiorentina (14/1) and Shakhtar Donetsk (16s).

Ladbrokes are prepared to take on the Portuguese sides by quoting 18/1 Porto and 20/1 Benfica - the former are 20s at bet365 - while William Hill are top-price about Swansea, Valencia, Lazio and Sevilla, all offered at 25/1.

Red Bull Salzburg, the only other side to go through the group stage with a 100 per cent record, are 40/1 shots.

Chornomorets caused a big upset by eliminating PSV and are now as short as 80/1 with Stan James, although youwin offer 350s in their win-only market. Boylesports will give you 300/1 if you fancy the Ukrainians each way.

The draw for the last 32 will take place on Monday. The teams will be drawn from the following pots:

Seeds

Napoli
Benfica
Shakhtar Donetsk
Basel
Valencia
Ludogorets
Red Bull Salzburg
Rubin Kazan
Fiorentina
Eintracht Frankfurt
Genk
Sevilla
Lyon
Trabzonspor
Tottenham
AZ Alkmaar

Non-seeds

Ajax
Juventus
Porto
Viktoria Plzen
Swansea
Chornomorets
Esbjerg
Maribor
Dnipro
Maccabi Tel-Aviv
Dynamo Kiev
Slovan Liberec
Real Betis
Lazio
Anzhi
PAOK Salonika

  • The unseeded teams will play the first leg at home on February 20. The second legs take place on February 27.
  • Teams from the same country cannot be drawn against each other.
  • Teams who met in the group stages cannot be drawn against each other.

  • Posted at 2240 GMT on 12/12/2013; updated at 0900 GMT on 13/12/2013.