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Europa League Live Stream, Odds, and Predictions

The 2021-22 Europa League is down to the final, Eintracht Frankfurt and Rangers will lock horns at the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan Stadium in Sevilla hoping to lift aloft the prestigious trophy this Wednesday. Rangers defeated RB Leipzig 3-2 on aggregate in the semifinal despite losing the first leg while Eintracht won both legs against West Ham to enter the final.

As far as the German side are concerned, this is their third appearance in a major European final. Rangers, on the other hand, became the first Scottish outfit since 2007-08 to play the final of a major European competition. Rangers and Eintracht Frankfurt have met before in 1960 in a European Cup semifinal tie with the Germans emerging victorious 12-4 on aggregate. BettingPremier’s take on the matchup will follow.

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Europa League Final 2021-22

When is the Europa League Final 2021-22?

The Europa League Final between Eintracht Frankfurt and Rangers takes place on Wednesday, May 18.

The kick-off will be at 3:00 PM ET / 7:00 PM GMT.

The Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan Stadium in Sevilla, Spain will host the Final.

How to watch the Europa League Final 2021-22?

BT Sport will air the Europa League final on TV in the UK.

CBS and Univision are the broadcasters of the Europa League in the United States.

Those in Canada can tune in to DAZN for live action.

For the fans in Germany, RTL is the exclusive destination.

NENT and TVP will broadcast the final in Poland.

UEL 2021-22 Outright Odds

According to bet365.com, the betting odds for the major teams to win this year’s Europa League trophy is listed below:

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UEL Matches This Week

Check out the weekly odds of UEL matches in the table below:

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Prediction:

Eintracht Frankfurt vs Rangers

Sevilla is set to host its third major European final, all eyes of the football world will be on the Andalusian city as Eintracht Frankfurt and Rangers clash in the Europa League final. The last final held in Sevilla also featured a Scottish side Celtic who fell to Porto in 2003. Eintracht are playing a European final for the first time in 42 years. Eintracht will look to cause another Scottish sorrow but the Germans themselves have lost all three Cup finals they have played in the millennium.

The ‘Eagles’ haven’t managed to produce a victory in the last eight domestic matchups but are on a three-game win streak in Europe. It backs up Eintracht boss Oliver Glasner’s statement “it’s all about this final.” It’s been more or less the same for Rangers as they finished second behind archrivals Celtic in the Scottish Premiership. Not many would have reached they would reach the final as they started the campaign with back-to-back defeats.

The knockout stage saw Rangers eliminate Borussia Dortmund and Leipzig, two sides that are well above Frankfurt in the Bundesliga. Hagi, Helander, Morelos and Ofoborth are unavailable for Rangers while Frankfurt are without Hinteregger and Ramaj. It will be a close battle for sure; Rangers will likely do Scotland proud.

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