31-05-23 Daily Football Predictions: Europa League Final Who takes the crown?

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Sevilla and Roma square off in Budapest on Wednesday in the Europa League final. The La Liga team holds the record for most trophies won in this competition with six, all of which have been won since 2006.

Roma is vying for their first win but did place second in 1991 when it was still known as the UEFA Cup. However, Sevilla’s José Luis Mendilibar has only won one trophy to date—La Liga 2 championship with Valladolid in 2007—while Roma’s Jose Mourinho won the Europa Conference League last season and won this trophy when leading Manchester United.

Roma vs Sevilla

The 2023 Europa League Final between Sevilla and Roma will take place on Wednesday at the majestic Puskas Arena, marking the beginning of the awarding of the first of the European trophies this week.

A fascinating matchup is anticipated between Europa League specialists Sevilla and its Roman opponents in Budapest, one year after Eintracht Frankfurt defeated a heroic Rangers in a shootout victory in Seville.

Although this momentous occasion appears likely to be played on a razor edge, with little to choose between these sides, Jose Mourinho, a winner in all five major European finals in his career, is in the Roma dugout and is an expert in winning European trophies.

Roma’s back three may play with their backs to the wall for a significant portion of the game on Wednesday. But we support them so they can mostly fend off Sevilla. Given that Roma has kept a clean sheet in two of their past three Europa League away games. A wager on a low-scoring contest might pay off.

The Giallorossi face the challenging task of scoring themselves even if they are successful in defending Rui Patricio’s goal. The absence of Roma’s leading scorer and most important creator, Paolo Dybala, won’t do any good.


Sevilla has a strong record in this competition, having won the grand prize in 2014, 2015, and 2020 when they defeated Inter in a storied 3:2 victory. However, considering their competition, we anticipate a less exciting game with fewer opportunities.

While Los Rojiblancos may be experts in this competition. Roma manager Mourinho is attempting to become the first manager to win the EL with three separate clubs. This is after having already done so with Porto and Manchester United. The multi-time Champions League champion from Portugal also won the Europa Conference League with Roma last season along with the Champions League with Porto and Inter Milan.

However, Roma’s Europa League campaign has been lacking in goals, with under 2.5 goals being scored in seven of their last eight games, including a tenacious 0:0 draw in Leverkusen that guaranteed them a spot in this championship game. While their defensive strategy won them few fans, Mourinho’s infamous “park the bus” maneuver worked like a charm as Roma won the two matches by a slim margin of 1:0.

Amazingly, Roma failed to score in any of their four knockout matches played away from home. Instead, they performed best at home, where they have won their previous five EL games. This is including an extra-time victory over Feyenoord.

It’s likely to be close and could be decided by just one goal because Roma’s manager won’t want to allow the match to become an open or end-to-end contest.

We are all aware of Sevilla’s performance in this league, and Luis Mendilibar has made significant improvements. However, players like Pablo Dybala might make all the difference for Mourinho’s team.

Tip: Roma to win the trophy / Under 2.5 Goals

Roma to win the trophy – ❌

Under 2.5 Goals – ✅

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