Sevilla v Porto Live Stream, Juventus v Lyon, Valencia v Basel available to watch from Europa League

Europa League, with Sevilla v Porto, Juventus v Lyon live streaming, plus Valencia v Basel available to watch online this evening.

Serie A side will look to seal their place in the semi-finals of the Europa League when they take on French side Lyon at the Juventus Stadium later tonight.


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The Italian side are closing in on their third successive domestic title and are in pole position to reach the last four after a 1-0 win away last week. Leonardo Bonucci 84th minute goal given Juventus a huge boost.

Despite the advantage his side hold going into the game, Juventus boss Antonio Conte is wary of the threat of Lyon.

“We cannot take our foot off the gas,” he added. “We’re playing in three days and want to reach the Europa League semi-finals.

“It would be nice for an Italian to return to those levels (winning European trophies) but it won’t be easy.

“Lyon won on Sunday and are strong on the counter.”

Just like Lyon, La Liga side Sevilla also face a 1-0 deficit when they take on Portuguese side Porto at the Estadio Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán.

Home comforts have proved key for Unai Emery and his men with five wins from their last six games at home in all competitions. Kevin Gamiero will be the key man for Sevilla, the former PSG striker, along with Carlos Bacca, is his side’s top scorer in this year’s competition with five goals.

However Porto, winners twice since the turn of the new Millennium, have pedigree at this stage and in addition to that they also a clean sheet in the first leg means meaning that should the game end in a narrow goal defeat they the advantage of an away goal.

Porto will be without the suspended Fernando for the game following his red card in the first leg win, secured by the head of highly rated defender Eliaquim Mangala.

Elsewhere Basel will be confident of reaching the last four as they hold a 3-0 advantage over Valencia while Benfica will also be confident following their 1-0 away win over Dutch side AZ last week.

Trevor Keane is an Irish based sports writer and the author of Gaffers, 50 years of Irish Managers and Running through Walls, the Dave Langan Story.