Date: 27th November 2007 at 1:19pm
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Sevilla v Arsenal

Arsenal gave Sevilla a good 3-0 drubbing in the reverse fixture at The Emirates and a repeat looks unlikely at 40/1 with William Hill.

The Gunners are a massive 13/5 to win a game they don’t have to, having already qualified for the next round.

A draw (23/10) would be enough to for them to fulfil Wenger’s wishes of topping the group but Sevilla need to win to guarantee action in the next round and are appropriately priced at 21/20.

Arsenal are missing a few players and, with Adebayor out, it is expected that Nicklas Bendtner will start up front and is 9/1 to score first or 7/2 anytime.

Sevilla’s leading scorer Luis Fabiano, who has been having ankle problems, will be available and is 7/1 for the first goal and 11/4 to score in 90 minutes.

With three players on the pitch just one yellow card away from suspension it could be a cautious game and you can take 11/8 that there are fewer than 25 booking points.

For those odds and more, go to: www.williamhill.co.uk