The moment of truth is about to come. Ajax and Manchester United will play in Stockholm to determine the new winner in Europa League.
Ajax surprisingly but he deservedly came to this final after successively defeat the teams of Legia Warsaw, Copenhagen, Schalke and Olympia Lyon. Ajax is a very young team and this can make them a bad joke in this so responsible match. Yet youth can also play a positive role, especially in those finals where everything is decided in one game. All Dutch players are healthy. The only absent person is Nick Viergever who is punished.
Manchester United finished 6th in the standings in Premier League. This final is now very important for them, as it is the only way to win a place in Champions League and the big money. Manchester United came to this final after defeating the teams of St. Etienne, Rostov, Anderlecht and Celta Vigo. United did not lose in any of these games, but against Anderlecht and Celta Jose Mourinho and his footballers were very close to the loss. Manchester United will not rely on injured Markos Rojo, Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Ashley Young. Eric Bailly is suspended.
Interesting facts about the match:
Manchester United's last 7 matches in Europa League have ended with less than 2.5 goals.
Manchester United has no losses in its last 10 Europa League games.
Ajax scored at least 2 goals in 4 of its last 5 Europa League games.
The last 3 Ajax games in Europa League have ended with more than 3.5 goals.
In finals like this, everything is possible. In general, Manchester United is the favorites of bookmakers. Ajax is a team that plays attacking football, so the expectations are for very open game. It is time for Manchester United to record a game with more goals in the Europa League.
* - Odds correct at time of publication, and are subject to change.
- PickOver 2.5
- Odds+115 Bet365
- Match result0-2 (-8.00)
|24 Andre Onana|
|36 Matthijs de Ligt|
|5 Davinson Sánchez|
|4 Jairo Riedewald|
|3 Joël Veltman|
|20 Lasse Schöne|
|22 Hakim Ziyech|
|10 Davy Klaassen|
|25 Kasper Dolberg|
|11 Amin Younes|
|9 Bertrand Traoré|
|Coach: P. Bosz|
|20 Sergio Romero|
|17 Daley Blind|
|12 Chris Smalling|
|36 Matteo Darmian|
|25 Antonio Valencia|
|21 Ander Herrera|
|6 Paul Pogba|
|27 Marouane Fellaini|
|19 Marcus Rashford|
|22 Henrikh Mkhitaryan|
|8 Juan Mata|
|Coach: José Mourinho|
Head 2 head
Head 2 head Statistics
Last 5 home Ajax
|05.11.17||Ajax - Utrecht||1-2||Eredi|
|14.10.17||Ajax - Sparta Rotterdam||4-0||Eredi|
|24.09.17||Ajax - Vitesse||1-2||Eredi|
|09.09.17||Ajax - PEC Zwolle||3-0||Eredi|
|20.08.17||Ajax - Groningen||3-1||Eredi|
Last 5 away Manchester United
|05.11.17||Chelsea - Manchester United||1-0||Premi|
|24.10.17||Swansea City - Manchester United||0-2||Carli|
|21.10.17||Huddersfield Town - Manchester United||2-1||Premi|
|18.10.17||Benfica - Manchester United||0-1||UEFA|
|14.10.17||Liverpool - Manchester United||0-0||Premi|
Last 5 away Ajax
|28.10.17||Willem II - Ajax||1-3||Eredi|
|25.10.17||ASV De Dijk - Ajax||1-4||Cup|
|22.10.17||Feyenoord - Ajax||1-4||Eredi|
|01.10.17||Heerenveen - Ajax||0-4||Eredi|
|20.09.17||Scheveningen - Ajax||1-5||Cup|
Last 5 home Manchester United
|31.10.17||Manchester United - Benfica||2-0||UEFA|
|28.10.17||Manchester United - Tottenham Hotspur||1-0||Premi|
|30.09.17||Manchester United - Crystal Palace||4-0||Premi|
|20.09.17||Manchester United - Burton Albion||4-1||Carli|
|17.09.17||Manchester United - Everton||4-0||Premi|