10. Dnipro and Sevilla have never met each other before. However, Sevilla boast a W3 D1 record against Ukrainian teams and are 1.60 to win this Europa League final.
9. Sevilla last faced a Ukrainian side in the 2010/11 Europa League, where they thrashed Karpaty Lviv 4-0 at home. They are 4.20 to win both halves again.
8. Dnipro head into this final in indifferent form (LWDLWLDW) and last strung two wins together back in April. They are 6.25 to win in Warsaw.
7. Dnipro beat Napoli 2-1 on aggregate in the Europa League semi-finals, despite recording just 13 shots over those two legs to Napoli’s 30. They are 3.60 to lift the trophy.
6. Defending Europa League champions Sevilla have won their last three games and are unbeaten in five, to an aggregate score of 11-4 over that period. They are 2.32 to win without conceding.
5. Sevilla beat Fiorentina 5-0 on aggregate in the Europa League semi-finals — Aleix Vidal netting twice for the Liga club. The midfielder also scored against Malaga last weekend and is 5.40 to net again.
4. Between them, these sides have played 34 games in Europe this season, conceding just 25 goals, at an average 0.7 per game. This final is 9.00 to finish goalless on 90 minutes.
3. Three Dnipro players (Artem Fedetskiy, 7, Jaba Kankava, 6 and Ruslan Roban, 6) top the Europa League yellow cards list for this season. A red card is priced at 3.60.
2. Carlos Bacca is the top scorer between these two sides in Europe this season, with five goals. The Sevilla striker boasts 21 domestic strikes for the campaign and is 7.50 to net twice.
1. Yevhen Konoplyanka, meanwhile, has recorded 31 attempts at goal in the Europa League but has scored just once. The Ukraine international is 14.00 to score first.