Europe – UEFA Europa League preview Thursday May. 18 Sevilla vs Juventus

Juventus have a noteworthy record against Sevilla and have won two out of the five European games played between the two groups, instead of Sevilla’s one victory.Sevilla could turn out to be just the second group to kill Juventus from the semi-finals of an European contest since the turn of the hundred years, with Benfica accomplishing the accomplishment in 2014.Juventus have won just two of their last 17 games from home against Spanish rivals in the take out phases of European rivalries and have kept clean sheets in only one of these games.Sevilla are unbeaten in their nine take out games in the UEFA Europa Association when they have played the second leg at home.Juventus could fit the bill for their first European last in quite a while – they last accomplished the accomplishment under Massimiliano Allegri in the 2016-17 UEFA Champions League.Sevilla have arrived at four finals in the UEFA Europa Association over the course of the last 10 years – more than some other group has overseen during this period.

Juventus have encountered areas of strength for an under Massimiliano Allegri this season and will be resolved to winning a prize before long. The Bianconeri have a powerful crew available to them and have a highlight demonstrate on Thursday.

Sevilla have fantastic players in their positions and have figured out how to find their sweet spot under Jose Luis Mendilibar. The Andalusians have been productive this month and hold a slight high ground going into this game.

After seven players were reserved in the principal leg, the complete card market is swelled, so choosing individual players is most likely a superior thought.

It’s a miracle that Marcos Acuna was not one of those seven players shown a card in the main leg, as he was tired out by Juan Cuadrado on the Sevilla left flank, compelled to commit four fouls in the game. Cuadrado, in the mean time, won each of the 10 of his ground duels, a shocking number.

There is excellent worth on this pick, with Acuna’s chances moving toward 2/1 to be reserved. He’s been shown 12 yellow cards this season in 41 matches across all contests, remembering two appointments for seven Europa Association games. The Argentine full-back is an extraordinary determination to be forewarned by Dutch authority Danny Makkelie, who is averaging 4.6 yellow cards across his five European games this season, a high aggregate.