Wolves will be looking to book a spot in the semi-finals of the Europa League as they clash with side Sevilla. The match schedules at the Duisburg on Tuesday night with kickoff at 6 pm.
Wolves showed resilience as the side edged off side Olympiakos in the round of 16 to make it to the final eight. On the other hand, Sevilla surprisingly eliminated side Roma to make it to their present stage in the Europa League.
The hopes of Wolves making it to the Champions League for the first time lies on the side proceeding to win the Europa League. The side finished seventh in the Premier League, eliminating the chance of another stay in the competition.
However, it is proving to be a breakthrough season for Nuno Espirito’s men. The side marked their bet stay in the Europa League since 1978 when the side made it to the last time. It still proves a daunting task for the side at this stage.
Sevilla has the most experience winning the Europa League than any other team in the last eight. The side will be looking to regain their glory days by proceeding past the last eight this Tuesday night.
The side has been victorious in their past three Europa League quarter-finals. Los Nervionenses will have to be wary of the threat posed by the side.
Wolves vs. Sevilla Head to Head
Both sides have not played any game up to date. This will mark their first encounter at this level of the competition. Here is a look at their previous encounters:
Wolves 1-0 Olympiakos
Chelsea 2-0 Wolves
Wolves 2-0 Crystal Palace
Burnley 1-1 Wolves
Wolves 3-0 Everton
Sevilla 2-0 Roma
Sevilla 1-0 Valencia
Real Sociedad 0-0 Sevilla
Sevilla 2-0 Mallorca
Athletic Club 1-2 Sevilla
Wolves Team News
A missing figure ahead of the match is Daniel Podence, after picking a yellow card during their last encounter with Olympiakos. Johnny Castro is out for the match after picking a serious knee injury in their last time out. This might force Ruben Vinagre back into the starting lineup. Another star knocking on the door is Leander Dendocker.
Sevilla Team News
After testing positive for coronavirus, Nemanja Gudelj is back in contention in their last outing in the quarter-finals. We expect the same starting lineup, like one that registered a win against Roma.
Prediction and Odds
Both sides are in excellent form with one side looking to establish the history and the other extending their history.
Both Sides to Score
Goals Over 2.5