Europa League Final: Pre Match Analysis

Europe’s second tier continental trophy will be up for grabs next week, on the 24th of May. The final will be held at Stockholm, the place where Ibrahimovic started his football career but sadly Ibrahimovic is out with his long term injury and will only be present in the stands. We can still definitely expect an exciting final between two European giants with a lot of history. You can check out sbobet casino for the latest updates.


Manchester United has a lot riding on this game as they look clinch the only club trophy that they haven’t won. Their Premier League title challenge was a failure and the report card of their entire season will rely on the outcome of this game. Jose Mourinho has previously won this trophy with Porto and would love to win it again. This trophy will also help United secure a spot in the Champions League next year, which they have failed to qualify through the league. Manchester United will be missing Rojo due to injury and also Bailly due to his suspension. All other players will be available for Mourinho to choose from and United will be looking to storm their way to their first Europa League title.


For Ajax, the game will be played exactly 22 years after their last European win, when they last won the Champions in 1995 with Justin Kluivert and Daley Blind’s father in the Ajax squad. Ajax have already secured the league and have booked their place in next season Champion’s League. This will be just for glory and the young squad will be hoping to bring European glory to the lustrous club from the Netherlands.


Manchester United and Ajax have faced each other just 4 times before in Europe and both have won 2 a piece. This will be exciting to watch as a squad full f young rising stars will take on the formidable giants of Manchester United for the bragging rights.

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