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The end of the football season is just a few days away and our first stop is the Europa League final. The Polish city of Gdansk will play host to Wednesday’s Europa League final, where Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s Manchester United will face off with a Villarreal team led by former Arsenal manager Unai Emery. The stakes could not be bigger for either club, but for entirely contrasting reasons. United are aiming to deliver a first trophy since they won the same competition in 2017. Doing so would prevent their trophy drought from stretching into a fifth year. The club has never gone so long without silverware, since the days before Alex Ferguson. Meanwhile, Villarreal have a glorious opportunity to win a first major trophy in the club’s 98-year history. Unai Emery – the Europa League’s most successful manager – was hired by the club with exactly this sort of occasion in mind.
We expect Bitcoin Betting to be just as popular as it has been so far. We are in for a fantastic final that could go either way. Villarreal have been unbeaten in Europe this season and they will be looking to protect that record. They face United while having a coach that wrote the book on the Europa League. On the other hand, they face a team that’s finally looking like the powerhouse everyone expects them to be. The Red Devils haven’t been the same since Alex Ferguson left. However, that was eight years ago and United really need to get over it. With Ole at the helm and Bruno bossing the midfield, United look like title contenders once again. Winning the Europa League would prove that to the fullest. For more information about the final, check the official UEL website.
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How did both teams get to the final?
Manchester United began their European journey in this season’s Champions League. Despite getting themselves into a great position in a tricky group involving RB Leipzig and Paris Saint-Germain, the Red Devils slipped to a third-placed finish and entered the Europa League in the last-32 stage. Solskjaer’s side have had to get past teams from Italy and Spain in order to reach the Gdansk showpiece, and have done so in relative comfort. La Liga opponents Real Sociedad (last-32) and Granada (quarter-finals) were both beaten by a 4-0 aggregate scoreline. Serie A opponents Roma were put to the sword in an 8-5 aggregate goal-fest in the semi-finals.
Perhaps the biggest test Manchester United faced on their road to the final came in the form of Italian giants AC Milan in the last-16. A cagey 1-1 draw at Old Trafford put Solskjaer’s hopes of progression on a knife-edge before Paul Pogba got the only goal of a 1-0 victory away at the San Siro to keep the team moving in the competition.
Villarreal’s route to Gdansk was arguably the trickier one on paper. Unai Emery’s side topped their group in the competition with a record of six wins and one draw – the only dropped points coming in a 1-1 draw away to Maccabi Tel-Aviv. FC Salzburg were beaten home and away in the last-32, as were Dynamo Kyiv in the last-16 as the Spanish side started building up impressive momentum under the leadership of Europa league expert Emery.
Villarreal repeated the trick in their quarter-final clash with Dinamo Zagreb, setting up an intriguing semi-final with Emery’s former club, Premier League side Arsenal. It was the La Liga outfit’s controlled dismissal of the Gunners that ensured their place in the final and alerted Manchester United to the fact that Emery’s team will be no pushovers in Gdansk. The Yellow Submarine won 2-1 in the first leg in Spain, before seeing the job through in a comfortable 0-0 draw at the Emirates Stadium a week later.
United’s club captain missed the final four games of the domestic season due to an ankle injury and manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer said last week the defender was “unlikely” to be available in Poland. Maguire had played every minute of every league game since his arrival at Old Trafford in the summer of 2019, but was forced off at Aston Villa two weeks ago with ankle ligament damage. However, Maguire has been named in Manchester United’s 26-man squad for the Europa League final against Villarreal on Wednesday in Gdansk. Axel Tuanzebe, Eric Bailly and Victor Lindelof have competed for the two centre-back spots in recent games and all travel to Poland in the hope of being selected.
Unai Emery faces some tough decisions, not least between the posts, where Gerónimo Rulli has started all but one game during Villarreal’s European run. The Argentinian has looked short of match practice, however, which could prompt Emery to go with Sergio Asenjo. He must also choose a partner for Gerard Moreno up front, and although Paco Alcácer has scored six goals in the competition this term, two-time Europa League winner Carlos Bacca impressed in the team’s last two Liga matches.
Villarreal: Rulli/Asenjo; Foyth, Albiol, Torres, Pedraza; Pino, Capoue, Parejo, Trigueros: Moreno, Bacca.
Man Utd: De Gea; Wan-Bissaka, Bailly, Lindelöf, Shaw; McTominay, Fred; Rashford, Bruno Fernandes, Pogba; Cavani.
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Villarreal vs Manchester United
After eliminating Arsenal in the semi-finals, Villarreal seek to build on the perfect record La Liga clubs possess in Anglo-Spanish UEFA Europa League (UEL) finals (W2) in this 50th UEFA Cup/UEL showpiece. Their last seven UEL goals have come before HT, and they are yet to trail at the break in Europe this campaign (HT: W8, D5 – excludes a walkover result), and have conceded the opener just once across their previous eight competitive matches (W4, D1, L3). Impressively, the ‘Yellow Submarine’ haven’t been sunk in any of their last 12 UEL games held outside of Spain (W7, D5), with Unai Emery’s men keeping a clean sheet in the previous five. Furthermore, they are undefeated vs non-Spanish opposition in 23 European fixtures (W16, D7 – excluding walkovers).
Currently on a seven-game competitive run of seeing both teams score (W3, D1, L3), and UEL winners as recently as 2017, Manchester United are a potent second-half threat, having scored 13 (72.22%) of their 18 UEL goals this term after HT. That’s certainly been the case recently, with five of their last 11 European efforts arriving after the 70th minute. They’ve also kept clean sheets in a competition-high 62.5% of their games this UEL campaign. Though four of the last five UEL finals have witnessed under 1.5 first-half goals, Man United’s second-half prowess could see them defy a trend where all four previous H2Hs have ended in goalless draws. In addition to averaging 2.25 goals per knockout game this season, United have scored in all 16 UEL knockout games they’ve played outside of England (W9, D3, L4).
If we simply look at squad quality, Manchester are absolute favorites to win this final. However, in the real world, things are much different. The Yellow Submarine come to this final with a coach that has managed this feat five times. On top of that, he won three of those finals, in consecutive years. Emery won this tournament three times with Sevilla, from 2016 to 2018. The only final he lost was when he was coaching Arsenal and they lost to their city rivals Chelsea. Additionally, Villarreal are yet to lose a single game during this Europa League season. It’s important to note that the outcome of this fixture will depend on Maguire’s fitness. If he is ready to play, that would be a major boost for Manchester United.
They have been doing an amazing job in attack but their defense has suffered. So, the idea will be to outscore Villarreal who will mount a defensive approach. In the semi-finals, Villarreal got a 2:1 win against Arsenal in the first leg. However, in the second one, they held the Gunners to a 0:0 draw. This is what Emery will try to do in the final as well. Wait for the perfect opportunity and strike when the opponent is not expecting it. Experience is definitely on their side but United have the quality to beat anyone. This is why the game is extremely hard to predict. Small details will decide the victor. We see this game possible going all the way to penalties. For that reason, we are backing a Both Teams to Score outcome @ 1.89 odds.
Villarreal vs Manchester United
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