Sevilla vs Juventus predictions: Europa specialists to see off Juve
- Sevilla are unbeaten in 33 Europa League fixtures at home
- Juventus have lost three of their last six away games in all competitions
- Recommended bet: Sevilla to win
It is still all to play for between Sevilla and Juventus after the pair played out a 1-1 draw in the first leg of their Europa League semi-final last week.
Sevilla led through Youssef En Nesyri in Turin and appeared to be on course to take that advantage back to Spain, until Federico Gatti levelled in the 97th minute.
The two clubs go to battle again on Thursday at the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan as they bid to face either Bayer Leverkusen or Roma in the May 31 final at Budapest's Puskas Arena.
Sevilla defender Marcao remains sidelined with the thigh injury that has kept him in the treatment room since mid-April.
Joan Jordan, Tanguy Nianzou and Suso will all need to be assessed ahead of kick off.
Midfield pair Jesus Corona and Pape Gueye both started in Sunday's win over Real Valladolid in LaLiga but they are not registered in the Europa League so will drop out.
Juventus boss Massimiliano Allegri has a lengthy injury list to contend with and some key figures are unavailable for this key encounter.
Midfielder Paul Pogba sustained a muscle injury just 23 minutes into Sunday's 2-0 win over Cremonese.
Defensive duo Leonardo Bonucci and Mattia De Sciglio are unavailable, while Mohamed Ihattaren and Kaio Jorge remain sidelined.
Sevilla and Juventus have met on five previous occasions in Europe with the Spanish outfit only managing to record one win in 2015 (D2 L2).
Juventus have won just two of their last 17 away fixtures against Spanish clubs in the knockout phase in a major European competition (D3 L12).
Sevilla have never lost a two-legged tie in the Europa League knockout phase when playing at home in the second leg.
Frontman En Nesyri has scored nine times in 13 home games across all competitions since returning from the World Cup.
Sevilla are specialists in the Europa League, lifting the trophy on a record six occasions and they have won the competition four times since 2014.
Performing at home has been a major part of that success and they have avoided defeat in their last 33 outings at the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan in the competition — a run that stretches back to 2014 — winning 31 games during that run.
Last week's meeting in Turin saw Sevilla create more opportunities and hit the target on more occasions than Juventus.
That should offer Jose Luis Mendilibar's men, who saw off Manchester United 3-0 when hosting in the previous round, plenty of confidence to get the job done on Thursday.
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