Sevilla Currently Has Odds of 1.44 To Win

Published on May 17th, 2015 4:29 am EST

The 2014/15 Europa League final, which is set to be contested between Dnipro and Sevilla, is going to be taking place on May 27th at the Stadion Narodowy in Warsaw, Poland.

On one side we have Sevilla, who are the defending Europa League champions after having defeated Benfica last year at Juventus Stadium in Turin. Sevilla has three Europa League titles to their names (2006, 2007, 2014) and will be looking to add a fourth title against Dnipro.

Dnipro, on the other hand, have never been this far and will be stepping into some uncharted territory. Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk has surprised practically everyone so far after defeating Club Brugge in the Quarter-Finals and Napoli in the semi-finals.

Despite the "Cinderella" story of Dnipro making it this far, nobody is really giving them much of a chance against Sevilla. Sevilla has looked practically unbeatable so far in the competition and will continue to apply heavy pressure against Dnipro.

Let's look at the odds for the final game:

Dnipro, 7.50
Draw, 4.33
Sevilla, 1.44

Here are the chances of each result actually taking place:

Dnipro Wins, 13.33%
Draw, 23.09%
Sevilla Wins, 69.44%

As you can see, Sevilla is the overwhelming favourite to win.


According to the bookmakers, the three likeliest outcomes of the Europa League final are:

Sevilla Wins 1-0, 7.00
Sevilla Wins 2-0, 7.00
Sevilla Wins 2-1, 8.50

The likeliest scenario that would see Dnipro winning? According to the bookmakers, that would be a 1-0 win for the Ukrainian club.


Will the heavily favoured side from Sevilla take home their fourth Europa League title, or will Dnipro continue to defy the odds to win their first major title?

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