Inter and Sevilla have stormed their way through the competition since the restart and have booked their place in the finals. The competition which started over a year ago is now set for its climax this Friday in Cologne.
Inter is in top form going into the final after beating Shakhtar handsomely by 5 goals. Lukaku and Lautaro’s partnership will remain a key point for the upcoming final. Their goal scoring tally is one of the best in Europe And the recent uptick of their form will surely puzzle the Sevilla defenders.
Aside from the striking duo, midfielders Barella and Brozovic have also found a good rhythm and are moving the ball around with a lot of fluidity.
The defense has been immaculate as of late and the wing-backs are also performing at their optimal level.
Coach Antonio Conte is a man full of tricks up his sleeves. He displayed a near 100/100 managerial performance tactically. He will be hoping for his team to continue the battle with true grit.
Sevilla, on the other hand, is a serial participant/winner of this competition. They too have had an amazing La Liga season and an impressive run in the Europa League. Former Real Madrid coach, Lopetegui knows a thing or two about winning trophies. He will be hoping his side can lift the trophy again.
Like any other final, this is hard to predict. Both teams are on top of their game and have instilled a winning mentality. A firecracker of a match awaits us.
Inter (3-5-2): Handanovic (C), Godin, De Vrij, Bastoni, D’Ambrosio, Barella, Brozovic, Gagliardini, Young, Lukaku, Lautaro
Sevilla (4-3-3): Bono, Navas, Kounde, Carlos, Regoulin, Jordan, Fernando, Banega, Suso, En-Nersyri, Ocampos
Form guide (all competitions):
Inter: 2 Sevilla: 0