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Europa Conference League Outright Winner Odds: Who is the favourite heading into the final

By Ben Green

Published: 23:00, 5 May 2022

The inaugural Europa Conference League final will see Roma take on Feyenoord. 

The 2021/22 season is the competition’s debut, with UEFA introducing the UECL to sit below the Champions League and Europa League and give some of the continent’s less-established clubs a chance to vie for silverware. The first final will be held at the Arena Kombetare in Albania, with the winner earning a place in next season’s Europa League.

The Europa Conference League odds for 2021/22

Find the latest Europa Conference League winner odds for the 2021/2022 season here:

Team Bet365 Sky Bet Paddy Power Betfair
Roma 4/1 4/7 4/7 4/7
Feyenoord 11/8 11/8 11/8
*You have to be 18+ to gamble. All odds within this article are accurate at the time of most recent update (23:00, 05/05/2022). BeGambleAware.

Europa Conference League final

Roma vs Feyenoord: 25 May 2022

Who are the favourites to win the Europa Conference League 21/22?

Roma

The Eternal City club have two major factors that weigh heavily in their favour: they have serial medal winner Jose Mourinho at the helm, and this season’s Europa Conference League top goalscorer Tammy Abraham leading the line — not to mention a squad stacked with elite-level talent, and they bypassed the play-off round.

Having finished top of their group, Mourinho’s men skipped the play-offs and head straight into the round-of-16, where they beat Vitesse. Then they took out Bodo/Glimt in the quarter-finals and left Leicester with a 1-1 draw. What filled José Mourinho with confidence was the fact that Roma’s home form this season has been mostly formidable; they have lost just three home games all season; to Milan, Inter and Juventus. Leicester were unable to change that and Mourinho is heading to another European final.

Feyenoord

De Kuip has long been a hotbed for emerging talent, one of whom, Robin van Persie, is now on the coaching staff of Arne Slot and certainly knows a thing or two about winning silverware. De club aan de Maas are respectably third in the Eredivisie and cruised through a UECL group containing some big names.

Union Berlin have been flying in the Bundesliga since their promotion, but exited the competition after finishing third, while Feyenoord beat and drew against Slavia Prague, who famously dumped Leicester out of last season’s Europa League and claimed a draw at Arsenal. In the knockout rounds they beat Partizan, Slavia Prague again and have now knocked out Marseille.

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