Written by Patrick Echatah
Sevilla have the opportunity to secure a spot in another Europa League final on Thursday.
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At the Estadio Ramon Sanchez-Pizjuan, a win over Juventus would guarantee entry into the championship game, where they would take on either Roma or Bayer Leverkusen.
The tie is delicately balanced following the 1-1 draw of the first leg last week in Turin. Sevilla will be aiming for a result similar to what they achieved against Manchester United in the quarterfinals, and their chances of winning have undoubtedly enhanced in light of recent good news regarding injuries.
The team for Sevilla’s match against Juventus includes Lucas Ocampos and Suso, who have been essential players for Jose Luis Mendilibar in recent weeks.
Both players were questionable because of injuries, but they are now able to participate.
In order to achieve their goal of winning the Europa League for a record seventh time, Sevilla must defeat Juventus on Thursday.
Sevilla are closely monitoring young talents in the ongoing CAF U-17 championship, one of those talent is Nigeria’s Yahaya Lawali.
Lawali is also being monitored by clubs in France and Belgium, who may have significant interest for him this summer. However, Barcelona and Sevilla will still attempt to sway the youngster to their respective clubs.
Victor Osimhen and Samuel Chukwueze of Villarreal are only two of the fascinating young players from Nigeria that have emerged in recent years, and Lawali is anticipated to follow them to the highest tier of European football.
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