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It was a similar story for the Red Devils, who edged past Copenhagen in extra time thanks to Bruno Fernandes’ penalty after spending the previous 90 minutes peppering Karl-Johan Johnsson’s goal.
Sevilla are on a 19-match unbeaten run, winning seven of their last eight, and can be backed at 19/10(2.90) to beat Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men in 90 minutes or Evens (2.0) to reach the final via any means.
A draw would lead to extra time, as happened in United’s quarter-final clash, and that is offered at 9/4 (3.25) by the online bookmaker.
Axel Tuanzebe, Phil Jones and Luke Shaw are all out for United but otherwise Solskjaer has a full complement of players available at his disposal.
Sevilla have no injury worries after escaping their quarter final unscathed, and Julen Lopetegui will likely name a very similar lineup to the one that beat Wolves.
Man United found their goalscoring groove after the restart with 22 goals in nine Premier League games, but their last six games in all competitions have yielded just eight strikes in normal time.
It is a similar story for Sevilla, who scored 15 times since the restart of La Liga but managed only nine goals in their last seven fixtures in all competitions.
Six of those goals have come in the second half while seven of the Red Devils’ eight most recentstrikes have also been scored after the break.
In what is set to be a tight clash in Cologne, backing the most goals to come after half-time at 11/10 (2.10) with bet365 looks good value for this Europa League semi-final.
Also worth considering is the game to be 0-0 at half-time at 6/4 (2.50), which would have paid out in each of United’s last three fixtures and three of Sevilla’s last four.
Odds correct at the time of writing. Please gamble responsibly.