Sevilla vs Roma: How to stream the Europa League final for free
The anticipation is palpable as Sevilla and Roma prepare to face off in the Europa League final. This match is not just another game; it’s a battle of strategies, skills, and the will to win.
Jose Mourinho, the seasoned manager of Roma, is on the hunt for another European trophy, following the team’s victory in the inaugural Europa Conference League last season. A win in this match would not only add another feather to Mourinho’s cap but also secure Roma’s place in the Champions League. Mourinho’s track record in the Europa League is impressive, with previous triumphs with Porto and Manchester United. If Roma emerges victorious, Mourinho will become the first manager to win the Europa League with three different clubs.
On the other side, Sevilla is no stranger to the Europa League, aiming for a record-extending seventh win. The Spanish side has previously won the Europa League crown against Italian opposition, Inter Milan, in 2020.
The match is set to take place at the Puskas Arena in Budapest at 8pm BST on Wednesday 31 May. Fans in the UK can watch the match live on BT Sport 1, with coverage starting from 7:15pm. BT Sport has also made the Europa League final free for everyone in the UK. The match will be available for free on the BT Sport YouTube channel – www.youtube.com/btsport, or via the BT Sport App.
Team News and Predicted Line-ups
Both teams have had their share of injuries and suspensions. For Sevilla, Marcos Acuna is suspended, but Joan Jordan and Suso have overcome injuries to be available for the final. Tanguy Nianzou and Marcao are doubts.
Roma’s Paulo Dybala is a doubt for the Europa League final and has not played since the first leg of the semi-finals three weeks ago. Leonardo Spinazzola is also doubtful – but both players have trained ahead of the final.
The predicted line-ups are as follows:
Sevilla: Bounou; Jesus Navas, Bade, Gudelj, Alex Telles; Fernando, Rakitic; Ocampos, Oliver Torres, Bryan Gil; En-Nesyri