Liverpool football club are back in a European Final as they take on Spanish side Sevilla in the St. Jakob-Park Stadium in Basel, Switzerland tonight (KO 19:45).
It should be a fantastic atmosphere and we could be set for a memorable night as Bet365 report they have live feeds and a bet in play service operating on the game.
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Liverpool will be out to end a missed season with a trophy when they take on Sevilla in the Europa League final in Basel later this evening.
Despite finished 8th in the league, the league cup runners up could secure a place in the Champions league if they can overcome the Spanish side.
The Reds are likely to be very fresh for the game. Against WBA in their final game of the season, Liverpool made 11 changes from the side that drew 1-1 with Chelsea. The changes perhaps gave the biggest insight into Klopp’s thinking ahead of the game.
Simon Mignolet, Kolo Toure, Dejan Lovren, Nathaniel Clyne and Alberto Moreno will be the back five with Emre Can and James Milner the midfield cover.
The front four will then consist of Adam Lallana, Phillipe Coutinho, Roberto Firmino and Daniel Sturridge.
While the starting XI would appear to be nailed on, the bench will perhaps be one of the strongest the Reds have had this season.
Jordan Henderson made his comeback from injury as a second half substitute at the Hawthorns and will feature while Divock Origi is fit and back training so will provide another attacking option from the bench.
Danny Ings is also fit but is unlikely to one of the seven substitutes with Christian Benteke, Joe Allen, Martin Skrtel, Lucas and Danny Ward completing the options available.
Jordan Ibe could also miss out on the bench despite scoring a wonderful solo goal against WBA while the only major absentee will be Mamadou Sakho due to a suspension for an alleged illegal substance abuse.
Sevilla, winners of the trophy for the past two seasons – have no new injury worries, although Denmark midfielder Michael Krohn-Dehli out with a long-term knee injury. The side finished 7th in La Liga but have proved formidable opponents in Europe, winning this competition four times since 2005/2006.
It is strange therefore, that bookmakers make Liverpool favourites to take the trophy in 90 minutes at a shortish looking price of 5/4, while their Spanish opponents can be backed at 9/4, which would return £32.50 off a £10 stake.
That said, it is clear that ‘Los Nervionenses’ struggle to find the winning touch away from home, with the side remarkably failing to win a single game away from home in La Liga, while only winning once in their last seven in the Champions League/Europa League.
Of course, Liverpool have already smashed another side Villarreal in their semi final, and lets remember that side finished a respectable fourth place in La Liga, so the arrival of Sevilla should not prove too much of a worry for Reds supporters.
It should be a remarkable atmosphere in and around the stadium tonight, and we could be set for another famous European night for the Anfield club.
Lets hope it lives up to its billing!
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