Sevilla and Juventus’ UEFA Europa League matchup information, including how to watch, the start time, and team news
On Thursday, the second leg of the Europa League semi-final between Juventus and Sevilla will take place at the Estadio Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan.
When the two teams played last week in Turin, they were tied 1-1 and there was nothing separating them. Sevilla, a La Liga team, has never lost a tie when hosting the second leg, therefore defeating them at home would be a difficult task for Juventus.
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They have actually won 24 of their past 27 Europa League games at the Sanchez-Pizjuan, and they will look to improve on that record to guarantee a spot in the championship game.
Juventus’ only chance to win a trophy at the moment is the Europa League after Inter eliminated them from the Coppa Italia. They have won three straight matches, defeating Lecce, Atalanta, and Cremonese, propelling them to second place in Serie A. They will look to carry that success over to Europe to defeat Sevilla at their home stadium.
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Sevilla vs Juventus kick-off time
|Date:||May 18, 2023|
|Kick-off time:||3pm EDT|
|Venue:||Estadio Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan|
The game is scheduled for May 18, at Estadio Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan. It will kick off at 3:00 pm EDT in the US.
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Team news & squads
Sevilla team news
Due to injury, the guests will be without Joan Jordan, Marcao, and Suso for this match. Lucas Ocampos, who had a muscular injury in the first leg, will be hoping to be healthy enough to play in this important match.
Rafa Mir should be replaced up front by Youssef En-Nesyri instead of La Liga goalkeeper Marko Dmitrovic, notwithstanding the latter’s goal against Real Valladolid in the most recent game. Yassine Bounou need to start in goal instead of Dmitrovic.
Potential starting lineup for Sevilla: Fernando, Rakitic, Navas, Gudelj, Bade, Bounou, Ocampos, Lamela, Gil, En-Nesyri.
|Goalkeepers:||Dmitrovic, Bounou, Arbol.|
|Defenders:||Montiel, Telles, Rekik, Nianzou, Acuna, Perez, Scotta, Hormigo, Bade.|
|Midfielders:||Gudelj, Rakitic, Lamela, Fernando, Torres, Alvarez.|
|Forwards:||Rafa Mir, En-Nesyri, Navas, Gomez, Gil, Ocampos.|
Juventus team news
Paul Pogba, who was replaced after suffering a thigh injury against Cremonese, won’t be available for Juventus once more.
Additionally absent due to injury are defenders Mattia De Sciglio and captain Leonardo Bonucci. The center-back might be replaced by Bremer.
Szczesny; Danilo, Bremer, Sandro; Cuadrado, Fagioli, Locatelli, Rabiot, Kostic; Di Maria; Vlahovic; Juventus probable starting XI
|Goalkeepers:||Szczesny, Perin, Pinsoglio.|
|Defenders:||Bremer, Danilo, Sandro, Gatti, Rugani, Huijsen.|
|Midfielders:||Locatelli, Cuadrado, Miretti, Rabiot, Paredes, Fagioli, Barrenechea.|
|Forwards:||Chiesa, Valhovic, Milik, Kostic, Kean, Di Maria, Iling-Junior.|