Europa League Odds 2022-23: Updated Futures Odds
Europa League odds are set for the 2022-23 campaign and oddsmakers are looking at England and Italy as the two countries with the best odds based on teams. Manchester United is to win the Europa and Arsenal sit at . Roma () and Lazio () look to bring some European glory to Italy.
Europa League Odds
Arsenal () – Arsenal has become a familiar face in the Europa League over the last few years but have not won the cup. They were runner-up in 2000 and 2019. The squad depth will be tested in a busy year with domestic, European, and international play but they come in as favorites to win. With a quality attack and a talented young backline with one more year of experience, they have what it takes to make a run.
Manchester United () – Top 4 in the Premier League will be a tough task but Manchester United could get back into the Champions League through the Europa path. They won the tournament back in 2017 and were runner-up in 2021. If the Red Devils can get their form together and find consistency, a deep run in the Europa is not out of the question. However, there are some talented Italian and Spanish sides that will give them trouble.
Roma () – The bar has been set higher after winning the Conference League Title last season and adding Dybala will give them higher expectations. With Jose Mourinho at the helm and some sneaky good signings in the transfer window, Roma is an excellent value to take home the Europa.
Lazio () – Another intriguing team is Lazio, especially behind Ciro Immobile and his goal scoring. After a smart transfer window, Lazio may not be in the thick of the Serie A race, but they could be deep into the Europa tournament.
Real Sociedad () – Alexander Isak moving on from Real Sociedad drops the odds for them quite a bit now. With the lack of scoring already an issue in La Liga play, it will be a tough task for them to beat some of Italy and England’s best. The transfer window was active but no signings came in that could move the needle, especially with Isak on the way out.
Real Betis () – Finishing 5th in La Liga was a big step up for Real Betis and they managed to keep their squad intact, while also adding some younger players. Depth will need to hold up as they will be in the top four race alongside the Copa Del Rey.
Union Berlin () – The German sides are not getting a ton of love from the oddsmakers and deservingly so. They finished 5th last season and this was partially due to the lack of usual teams in those European spots. With no real improvements outside of some younger signings, negative regression is headed for them in league play and it will surely show in the Europa.
Freiburg () – The more likely survivor from Germany will be Freiburg, as they brought in plenty of talent this summer after finishing 6th last season. Offensively this team should improve on last season and if they can land a favorable draw in group play, they will be in a good spot to advance into the knockout stages.