2020 Europa League Final Preview, Tips and Prediction
Inter Milan meet Sevilla in the 2020 Europa League Final, and here is our preview, tips and match prediction.
Sevilla are Europa League specialists
It was actually 3 years in a row between 2014 and 2016.
In total the Spaniards have won this competition 5 times since the turn of the century.
Sevilla are the established, Europa League specialists. They’ve won this competition 3 times in the last 6 years.
Inter on the other hand, haven’t won a trophy in Europe since their 2010 Champions League victory under Jose Mourinho.
They managed a second place finish in Italy this season, despite never really been in the title race.
In their respective semi-finals, Sevilla managed to pull off a hard fought victory over Manchester United.
The Spaniards rode their luck at times, and took advantage of some slack United defending to nick the tie 2-1, late on.
Inter won their semi-final at a canter. Their opponents, Shakhtar Donetsk, never really turned up, and Inter won 5-0 with a brace from the in-form Romelu Lukaka.
Inter have the free scoring Lukaku
And it’s the in-form Lukaku that is our first betting tip.
The striker just can’t stop scoring, and even with his usual clumsy misses, he has amassed an amazing 33 goals this season.
The former Manchester United striker is 7/5 with Betfair to score anytime, and I think that looks pretty good value.
2020 Europa League Final Betting
Onto the 90 minutes football betting, and Inter are the slight favourites at 13/10.
The draw is 23/10, and a win for Sevilla is also 23/10.
To win the trophy outright, Antonio Conte’s Inter side are 8/13, with Julen Lopetegui‘s Sevilla at 6/5.
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2020 Europa League Final Tips and Prediction
I fancy Inter to lift the trophy, but Sevilla are 20 games without a defeat.
That said, with better finishing from Manchester United in the semi-finals, the Spaniards would be out.
Inter also have the form striker in Romelu Lukaku.
It’s one of those matches where there is no obvious prediction for me, but if pushed, I’ll go for Inter to lift the trophy at 8/13.
I think the 7/5 on Lukaku to score anytime (90 mins only) looks better value, and that’s where I will be putting my money.
There will be no spectators in attendance at the match.
The match is live on BT Sports, with coverage getting under way at 7pm.