UEFA Europa League Group Stage Matchday 6 Preview

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Europa League action will conclude this Thursday with a stacked evening slate of matches that are sure to send the competition into a fruitful knockout stage.

After six weeks of play, we finally have teams that are going to advance into the playoffs and fight for the Europa League title.

Although some of these teams will be coming from the Champions League, there is a great chance that some of these group stage teams will cause upsets and surprise everyone as potential Champions of the competition.

Without a doubt, the Europa League brings the heat with the most drama and action in the European continent, with unexpected results taking the cake in almost every week of competition.

This week figures to be a fun one, as most teams say goodbye to the second tier of EU matches.

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Real Sociedad CF versus Manchester United FC - November 3rd - Group E

Representing Spain in the last sixteen within the competition, Sociedad will play against the Red Devils of Manchester United to close out their group stage campaign.

A stage that has been full of positives, Real Sociedad is often overlooked in the international conversation.

Talent is not a problem for Real and they have been sneaking in some great transfers in the past two seasons to bolster their roster.

Alexander Isaak and Take Kubo are the main highlights, to name a few, and there is a ton of room to make more changes if need be.

Right now, they will enjoy a comfortable lead into the last day of matches and hope to pick up their domestic form as well.

They will look to be the favourites heading into the match against United on their home turf in Spain.

Manchester United are just a smidge of the way through to the next round after a troubling group stage which saw teams like Omonia Nicosia, and Sheriff Tiraspol give them a run for their money.

United is obviously not in their best spot at the moment, and their manager Erik Ten Hag knows this. Cristiano Ronaldo has been a shell of his former self and does not even get minutes of playing time these days.

Look for Bruno Fernandes and Marcus Rashford to make an impact in the Europa League to try and secure their spot down in the knockout playoffs.

Betting Prediction - Real Sociedad DNB and the over on Asian total 2.5 goals in a great matchup between two of the top teams in the competition.

Feyenoord FC versus Lazio FC - November 3rd - Group F

Feyenoord and Lazio are locked in a deep battle to find out who advances from a very even Group F.

There is a clear deadlock between all four teams in the group, which means the final day will be even spicier.

Nothing is deterring both Lazio and Feyenoord from going all out in the last week of their European lives, so expect there to be some goals.

Defence will be needed in the dying moments of this game, as there is going to be an emphasis in going forward. This matchup along with Midtjylland and Sturm will be ones to watch for in an undecided group F.

Betting Prediction - Under 2.5 Asian total and Lazio to advance / win on the 1x2 line by one or two goals.