The Europa League Semi Final match between Arsenal and Valencia will be kicking off tomorrow night, and with Arsenal having lost their last three matches, and Valencia having lost their last two matches it’s a tricky match to try and work out which team will win that match.
The betting markets are of course going to be your best guide, and as such Arsenal do appear to be the team that most punters are prepared to back to win this match, and that has resulted in their odds dropping to 21/20 due solely to the volume of cash being placed on them.
The draw does look a tempting proposition to be honest, and it wouldn’t be too much of a shock if the match did go the way of the draw, and at bookies such as BetFred you can get 5/2 on the match ending that way.
For those of you that are avid fans of Valencia, or simply prefer their chances of winning this Semi Final match, there is still some value to be had and you shouldn’t find it too difficult to find plenty of bookies offering win odds on them of around the 29/10 mark.
Total Goals Betting
If you do pay a visit to the BetFred betting site you are going to find them offering several additional betting markets upon this match, and one of them is the total goals over and under betting market on which you can bet on whether you think the total number of goals scored will be over or under a certain amount.
Betfred are offering odds of 1/20 that there will be over 0.5 goals scored in this match and odds of 8/1 that there will be under 0.5 goals scored, odds of 1/3 are up for grabs that there will be over 1.5 goals and odds of 9/4 can be bagged that there will be over 1.5 goals scored.
A better-balanced set of odds are on offer on the over/under 2.5 goals betting market with 10/11 and 4/5 being offered on the over 2.5 goals and under 2.5 goals betting opportunities respectively.
Player to Score Betting
You may also fancy taking your chances trying to predict the player or players that will score a goal at any time in the match or the one that will score the first goal and/or the last goal in this match.
As for which player is most fancied to do just that, well Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang can be something of a goal scoring machine at times, and BetFred are offering odds of 3/1 that he will score the very first goal of the match, or you can back him to score at any time at odds of 6/5 or get 3/1 on him scoring the last goal in this match instead.
It does also appear that bookies do think that Alexandre Lacazette is going to rattle in a goal at some point in this match for you can get odds of 13/8 that he will do just that, and odds of 4/1 are being touted that he will score the first goal or the last goal too.