Even though Villarreal chase the very first important trophy in the team's foundation, Manchester United are looking for their seventh European summit in Gdansk. Supporters from both teams will be in place for the final from the Stadion Miejski, which will be just below a quarter filled with 9,500 supporters from the floor.
It claims to be a fascinating contest between possibly both best-performing surfaces of the knockout phases. No staff who got that far averaged fewer goals conceded per match than Villarreal, who've let in only eight in 13 matches and held Arsenal to a single goal across the 2 legs of their semi-final. Meanwhile Manchester United made it to the final in free scoring style, beating eight previous Roma. Here's all You Have to know:
Date: Wednesday, May 25
Time: 3 p.m. ET
Location: Stadion Miejski -- Gdansk, Poland
TV and Live stream: Paramount+
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Odds: Manchester United -118; tug +240; Villarreal +360 (through William Hill Sportsbook)
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Manchester United: it'll be an anxious wait for Solskjaer to check whether Harry Maguire recovers in time however should there be even a chance that the captain has shaken off the knee issue he suffered from Aston Villa earlier this month he will surely come in. Though Maguire isn't a perfect center back he's a good fit together with Victor Lindelof, particularly in contrast to Eric Bailly, also offers United ball development from profound.
"Harry's here, he's travelled with us," said Luke Shaw. "There is another session to go and we'll see how he's. We're hoping he'll be available but the main focus is for the gamers that are out there to match to enjoy the session today and get prepared for tomorrow" Solskjaer, meanwhile, said that Maguire will be"only going to jog up and down the sidelines" before possibly involving himself in training. It's shaping up to be an anxious wait for United.
Villarreal: In Unai Emery, Villarreal possess a master of this rivalry in the dugout. The Spaniard is bidding to join elite company such as Jose Mourinho and Rafael Benitez as supervisors with four European trophies for their title. Ignore Super Cups and Intercontinental Cups, each of which are one-off fixtures open to teams who won last season's competitions, and also the listing of guys with this kind of success on the continent is little indeed.
That expertise will assist a club who have often seen themselves falling just short in important contests. A season in exile in the Spanish second tier ended with them promoted but runners-up to Elche. One of those who played Emery doesn't lack in admirers with Manchester United's Juan Mata, who worked for three years at Valencia describing him as"a methodic manager, hard-working, professional, preparing for each and every game like a final.
"We will have to be ready because I'm sure he'll come up with something different, some kind of surprise from their group, tactically or from set pieces"
Emery may have legacy in this competition but United have all of the quality, particularly in the final third. That ought to be enough. PICK: Manchester United two Villarreal 0