The rise of English football…AGAIN

English football is again going through a fruitful period as they continue to challenge in the latter stages of each European competition. Many punters have been supporting their sides using the Dafabet coupon code, but not many could of envisaged the comeback success of Liverpool in the Champions league.

They were 3-0 down following a starring performance from Lionel Messi at the Nou Camp, as Barcelona look to had sealed yet another Champions league final. However, Anfield is known for a memorable European night, and the return leg is yet another. Without star players Mohamed Salah and Roberto Firmino it appeared to be an impossible task for Liverpool. However, they produced one of the greatest comebacks in winning 4-0 to send favourites Barcelona out of the competition. This included braces from both Divock Origi and Georginio Wijnaldum.

This means Liverpool head into the final in Madrid in what is their second in succession. Could it be an all-England final? Tottenham now look to follow in their footsteps and turn a 1-0 deficit against Ajax, as they travel to the Amsterdam Arena. This is a huge task for Spurs, as Ajax have been one of the stars of the competition this season, that includes the comprehensive success over defending champions Real Madrid. Tottenham will certainly be taking inspiration from Liverpool’s success, and can be supported at 9/4 to qualify and set up the blockbuster final.

It is a similar picture in the Europa league as the English sides look to hold on the aces. Could it again be an all-England final? First up is Chelsea, who are the outright favourites for the competition as they welcome Eintracht Frankfurt to Stamford Bridge. They are as short as 1/5 to progress through to the final following the 1-1 first leg result. Stamford Bridge has been a fortress for Chelsea in the competition and it will be a huge shock were they to fail to reach the final. Can Chelsea go on and land the title for the second time following their 2013 success?

Arsenal will then look to join them as they travel to Spain to face Valencia. They are again the short priced favourites at 2/7 to qualify, following the comprehensive 3-1 success at home in the first leg. Despite Valencia taking the lead, Arsenal really came to life and turned the game on its head, and really could have won by more on the night. It will now be a huge disappointment were they to fail to progress through to the final. Could they set up not only an all English final, but a blockbuster clash against London rivals Chelsea in the final?