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Sevilla vs Roma Bet Builder tips: Dybala to fire Italian giants to victory
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Rob Eddy
Paulo Dybala has scored 16 times this season and leads Roma's Europa League goal-scoring charts with four
Paulo Dybala has scored 16 times this season and leads Roma's Europa League goal-scoring charts with four

Sevilla meet Roma on Wednesday night in the Europa League final, as these two sides face their final chance to make next season’s Champions League. 

This campaign has been mixed at best domestically for the pair, so the opportunity to add another European trophy to the cabinet is huge.

The final is perfectly set up, as Europa League specialists Sevilla chase a record seventh crown in this competition. 

However, Jose Mourinho led Roma to the Europa Conference League last season — his fifth European success as a manager. 

He could claim a record sixth on Wednesday if he maintains his perfect record in major European finals.

Sevilla vs Roma (Wednesday, 8pm)

Bet 1: Roma to win

Sevilla’s six Europa League triumphs play a huge part in them coming into this clash as the favourites, especially with the Spanish side sitting in the bottom half of LaLiga heading into the final game of the season.

Roma have gone off the boil domestically over the last month, but that only happened when this competition became their most straightforward path into the Champions League. 

Mourinho admitted that had Juventus had their 10-point penalty handed out earlier, his side would have taken a different approach in Serie A.

However, Roma have been excelling in Europe, playing in Mourinho’s trademark style. 

Their defensive record is key to their success, but they can also exploit a Sevilla side who have conceded 1.41 goals per game in LaLiga this term. 

Those kinds of defensive lapses tend to be exploited by any Mourinho side on the top of their game, so back the Giallorossi to edge this.

Bet 2: Roma to keep a clean sheet

Jose Mourinho has a proven track record of shutting opposing teams down in big matches
Jose Mourinho has a proven track record of shutting opposing teams down in big matches

Roma come into the final having kept a clean sheet in five of their last seven games in Europe. 

They knocked out a strong Bayer Leverkusen side 1-0 on aggregate in the last round, locking down the in-form German outfit over both legs.

Mourinho’s safety-first style is better suited for cups — particularly at this level in Europe — than it is in the league. 

He has made Roma a resilient defence in big clashes, which could be a key factor in this clash.

Sevilla have failed to score in games with Fenerbahce and PSV in the knockout stages of this campaign and Mourinho will have a plan to shut them down.

Bet 3: Paulo Dybala to score anytime

Roma have been given a huge boost coming into this clash, with Paulo Dybala training ahead of the final. 

The Argentine has not featured in recent weeks but he has been a crucial part of their run to the final, having scored four times.

Nicolo Zaniolo scored the winner in the Conference League final last year and Dybala is Mourinho’s upgrade on the controversial Italian, who departed for Turkey.  

Former Juve midfielder Dybala has scored 16 times this season, including a vital strike against Feyenoord which saved them from elimination.

No Roma player can better Dybala’s four strikes in Europe this term and he looks a great option to score in the final. 

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