The Europa League returns on Thursday, October 24 as we feature our predictions for Matchday 3. Roma will host Monchengladbach at the Stadio Olimpico, Lazio will be travelling to Scotland to play against Celtic, and Manchester United will face Partizan at the Old Trafford. Continue reading to find out our three free predictions for Thursday’s Europa League matches. You can also purchase our Europa League package to gain access to a selection of matches.
Thursday, October 24 – 12:55 EST – Stadio Olimpico
Rome kicked off their Europa League campaign in style with a 4-0 win over Istanbul Basaksehir. In their latest match they tied Wolfsberger 1-1. The home side will look for the win in this one as they aim to move a little closer to booking their place in the knockout stage. Roma will need to do without Eden Dzeko who will likely miss this match due to an injury. Monchengladbach have had a slow start to their Europa League campaign after securing just 1 point in their first 2 matches. The away side have been in exceptional form in the Bundesliga and sit in first place as a result. Despite this, beating Roma at the Stadio Olimpico will not be an easy task.
OUR PICK: ROMA DRAW NO BET
Thursday, October 24 – 15:00 EST – Celtic Park
Lazio make the trip to Celtic Park this Thursday in what is anticipated to be a very close matchup. Celtic sit first in Group E after two matches played. The home side will be looking to build on a 2-0 win over Cluj. Lazio are just one point behind Celtic. They are unbeaten in their last four matches in all competitions. Their latest Europa League matchup against Rennes ended 2-1 in favour of Lazio. Despite this, Lazio do not have the best away record this season. Celtic will not be an easy team to break down.
OUR PICK: CELTIC OR DRAW DOUBLE CHANCE
Thursday, October 24 – 12:55 EST – Partizan Stadium
After sharing the spoils with AZ Alkmaar in their opener, Partizan did well to beat Astana in Kazakhstan in their second group game. Former Aston Villa attacker Savo Milosevic is doing a great job with Partizan. Given the Red Devils’ poor form, we believe that the hosts are going to grab something from the clash. Although they have not played relatively well all season, their result against Liverpool was somewhat of a positive outcome. They managed to earn a point, something many teams have failed to do against the league leaders. As of now these teams are co-leaders of group L with four points each. A perfect opportunity to claim the top spot will present itself on Thursday.
OUR PICK: PARTIZAN OR DRAW DOUBLE CHANCE
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