IT'S been a good week so far but it's about to get much tougher.
Betting on Europa League matches can be hazardous and as always the advice is low stakes and check last-minute team news as plenty of reserves will be in the frame.
Even Juventus owner Andrea Agnelli would rather sell more of his Fiats than reach the Final – and his side's hosting it.
Spurs, 8-5 at William Hill, will play a partially weakened team but that should be too good for Dnipro, managed by former White Hart Lane gaffer Jaunde Ramos.
If boss Tim Sherwood starts consider Roberto Soldado at 2-1 with McBookie to score against that's not played competitively since before Christmas.
The Spaniard, 6-1 to hit the opener, has a point to prove to Sherwood after being dropped in favour of Emmanuel Adebayor.
Swansea have a tougher tie against one of the tournament favourites Napoli but boss Rafael Benitez, who won the tournament last season with Chelsea, is unlikely to risk stars such as Gonzalo Higuain.
New boss Garry Monk will see this tie as a distraction so Napoli could be worth a risk at 6-4 (various).
Juventus boast a nine-point lead at the top of Serie A but will have one eye on Sunday's derby against Torino. Best odds at home to Trabzonspor are no bigger than 1-5 so you'll have to look at Juve minus one at 8-13 with Stan James for value.
Elsewhere Genk (29-20, Hills) can see off struggling Russians Anzhi while Valencia could be worth a look at 7-5 at Coral against Dynamo Kiev after the match was moved from Ukraine to Cyprus.