Check out the best bets available for Dnipro's Europa League showdown with Sevilla
Dark horses Dnipro and current champions Sevilla will square-up in Warsaw on Wednesday, to contest what looks set to be a thrilling Europa League final, with the Bathtubs aiming to keep hold of their coveted crown, which will now also offer a route into the Champions League.
So, to warm punters up for this fascinating fixture, bookies.com bring you five superb shouts for the big occasion…
Sevilla to make history
Swashbuckling Sevilla, priced at 9/2 with Sky Bet to win by three or more goals, stand on the cusp of creating cup history. With three Europa League titles, including last term’s triumph, in their trophy cabinet, the bullish Bathtubs can become the first team to win the competition four times.
Understandably odds-on at 8/13 to win over 90 minutes with BetVictor and so secure back-to-back victories, a better bet is to place a stake on final specialists Sevilla, who have struck seven in their past three continental clashes, to score goals galore.
Back Carlos Bacca to take chances
Colombian hitman Bacca is far and away Sevilla’s top scorer, and has racked up 26 across all competitions this campaign, including five in Europe, and notably one last time out against semi-finalists Fiorentina.
The potent predator, who struck in the penalty shoot-out against Benfica in last season’s final, is a fantastic 4/1 with Paddy Power to poach the first goal and be a hero again.
Aleix Vidal’s antics to trouble Dnipro
Rampant Vidal has provides the Bathtubs with verve and threat down the right flanks, whichever position he plays in. After bagging a brilliant brace to all but settle the semi-final against Viola in the first-leg, vivacious Vidal is offered at 22/5 to be on target anytime with 888.com and enhance his reputation further.
Dnipro to be giant killers
Betfair have Dnipro at 6/1 to win this duel over 90 minutes, after the Ukrainian club surprised pundits by knocking out favourites Napoli plus also defeating the likes of Ajax, Olympiakos and Club Brugge. Can dogged Dnipro’s determination see them add Sevilla to an impressive list of scalps and lift the Europa League for the first time?
Konoplyanka to bow out in style
Soon-to-be free agent Evgen Konoplyanka has carved an impressive name for himself in Ukraine, but is rumoured to be heading to the Premier League this summer.
The talented 25-year-old is undoubtedly Dnipro’s talisman is 14/1 with Boylesports to have the final say and bid goodbye in glorious fashion.
Top tip: Bacca @ 4/1 with Paddy Power to net first