The 2022/23 Europa League final takes place on Wednesday with Sevilla and Roma locking horns in Prague.
Sevilla are the perennial champions of the Europa League, winning the competition six times across both its current guise and under its former name of the UEFA Cup. However, it has been three years since they last won the competition, beating Inter Milan in the final in 2019/20. The Spanish side started the season in the Champions League but dropped down to the Europa League after the group stage and will now be looking for number seven.
However, Roma are looking to seal back-to-back European trophies having claimed the Europa Conference League last season. Part of their climb back up the European standings, surely the only outcome for Roma is to win the Europa League this season and then the Champions League in 2023/24, completing the most unique of trebles.
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When is Sevilla vs Roma?
The 2022/23 Europa League final between Sevilla and Roma takes place on Wednesday 31 May at the Puskas Arena in Budapest, Hungary.
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What is the kick-off time for Sevilla vs Roma?
Sevilla vs Roma will kick-off at 8pm (UK time).
Where can I watch Sevilla vs Roma on TV?
- UK: BT Sport 1
- US: CBS Sports Network
How can I live stream Sevilla vs Roma online?
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Who is refereeing Sevilla vs Roma?
Premier League referee Anthony Taylor will take charge of the Europa League final, joined by assistants Gary Beswick and Adam Nunn with Michael Oliver fourth official and Stuart Atwell on VAR duties.
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Sevilla team news
Marcao returned to the bench for Sevilla’s defeat to Real Madrid at the weekend and they will be hoping he can play some part in the Europa League final, though he is unlikely to be rushed into start – not actually coming on at the weekend. Tanguy Nianzou was also an unused substitute at the weekend after injury issues of his own, but again it would be a surprise to see him in from the start.
One man definitely not involved is Marcos Acuna after his red card in the semi-final second leg over Juventus, received for two yellow cards, the second coming late into the second half of extra-time.
Roma team news
Roma remain without Marash Kumbulla and Rick Karsdorp but don’t have any fresh injury concerns, so Jose Mourinho may stick with his favoured XI having rotated at the weekend. That means the likes of Tammy Abraham, Gianluca Mancini and Bryan Cristante should all start, having been on the bench for the defeat to Fiorentina, as well as Rui Patricio who was rested altogether.
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