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Villarreal v Roma Betting Preview, Latest Odds – 16 February

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Feb/16/2017

Gambling911.com has your Villarreal v Roma betting preview, tips and the latest odds for Thursday’s Europa League matchup.

Villarreal was at 6/4 odds, Roma was at 7/4 and the Draw at 9/4.  Just shy of 70 percent of the action was on Roma.

Both sides have lost only once in their last six matchups overall, however, Villarreal has only won once as well.  Roma has five wins over that period.

These two met in the 2004 UEFA Cup, with each side winning one apiece.

Roberto Soldado is still doubtful for Villarreal. Alessandro Florenzi is the only unavailable player for Roma.

- Alistair Prescott, Gambling911.com

 

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