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UEFA Europa League Match Day 3: can teams solidify top two places, or get back into races?

There are thirty games today in the UEFA Europa League, with some very important ones playing out across the continent

Everyone follows the UEFA Champions League, since it is the best tournament in all of world sport for domestic teams.

But the Europa League is pretty competitive as well, and there are some big name clubs that are in some trouble going into Match Day 3.

Leicester City already took care (just about) of its business with a 4-3 win Wednesday over Spartak Moskva, thanks to Patson Daka's four goals, including the quickest hat trick in the history of the tournament (45', 48', 54').

Now, Napoli, the current Serie A leader, sits in last place in Group D, and must beat Legia Warszawa to keep pace with the Polish team and Leicester.

But there are big games across the eight groups: West Ham United and Lyon can move to nine points from three matches with a chance to qualify for the knockout stages on Match Day 4.

Check Fubo.TV, Paramount+, and ESPN+ for TV schedules


(All TV matches on Paramount+ and/or Fubo.TV)

Early match (12:45 p.m. EDT)

Group F

Ludogorets Razgrad (+255) v Braga (+110), draw (+245)

Late matches (3 p.m. EDT)

Group A

Sparta Praha (+310) v Lyon (-120), draw (+295)

Group B

Sturm Graz (+600) v Real Sociedad (-235), draw (+380)

Group D

Napoli (-670) v Legia Warszawa (+1700), draw (+700)

Group H

West Ham United (-295) v KRC Genk (+750), draw (+430)


Braga ML (+110)

Lyon ML (-120)

Real Sociedad -1.25 AH (-105)

Napoli -2 AH (-132)

Napoli -1 first half AH (+100)

West Ham -1.5 (+100)


West Ham over 2.5 goals (+125)

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