Man United take on Villarreal in the final of the Europa League tomorrow, with Betfair having a selection of interesting Odds Boosts!

Tomorrow night Man United meets Villarreal in Gdansk in the Europa League final. The two sides have met four times in their history, all in the Champions League since 2005. On all four occasions, the games finished 0-0 draws, which hopefully won’t be the case this time!

Solskjaer is still looking for his first trophy whilst in charge of Man United, after reaching the semi-finals of this competition last year. United have won the Europa League once before back in 2017 beating Ajax in the final. A win would be their first trophy in four years!

Villarreal have never won this competition, nor have they won a trophy since 2004 when they won the Intertoto Cup.  They reached the semi-finals back in 2016 but haven’t got to the final before. They were very impressive against Arsenal in the previous round so who knows!

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Europa League Final Odds Boost

Gerard Moreno & Edinson Cavani to have 1 or more shots on target each – 11/8

Both of these men lead the line for their clubs and will be expected to get the goals for their sides. Gerard, as he’s known, has six goals in the competitions so far, whilst Cavani has five. You would expect that in a final, both will be at the top of their game and to have one shot on target in the game will be what they are expecting!

Marcus Rashford to score first – 11/2

Rashford has been in fine goalscoring form in Europe this season, with eight goals in 12 games. He opened the scoring against Granada in the quarter-finals and will fancy his chances in this one. Rashford is the second top scorer for United in all competitions this season, showing how important he is to them in front of goal. He was rested for the game last weekend and will be fresh for this one.

Robert Lewandowski (6/1)

As we previously said, many thought the Bayern striker would have won this award last year. They may still think the same once the voting comes around again this year. He is 32 years of age, but it isn’t slowing him down. He has 40 goals in the Bundesliga in just 28 games.

Unfortunately, his side are out of the Champions League now. However, if he can continue his fantastic goalscoring form for the rest of the year, he will be in with a shout. His goalscoring form in the league and Europe is very good and if carried on, he can take Mbappe all the way.

Bruno Fernandes to score 1 or more goals & assist 1 or more goals – 9/1

This is something Bruno has achieved seven times this season, once in the Europa League. He is the main man at United, and one for PFA Player of The Year. The majority of the attacking play goes through him. with Pogba now more of a mainstay in the team, this is giving Bruno more time on the ball. He will start and most likely play the full 90 minutes tomorrow as well.

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