Eintracht Frankfurt Form and Team News
Eight matches without a win in Germany but three straight victories in the Europa League perfectly describe Eintracht Frankfurt’s priorities. They have their eyes fixed on this trophy and have already overcome the likes of Barcelona and West Ham to get here, scoring within the first 30 minutes in those three wins.
Frankfurt have lived up to the billing in the past and are yet to lose to a Scottish team in their history, with three wins and a draw. However, they have lost all cup finals since the turn of the millennium. They have Daichi Kamada and Co. to look to for inspiration, with the Asian hitting five goals to inspire his team to the Europa League final.
Diant Ramaj and Martin Hinteregger will certainly miss Frankfurt’s most significant game this season with injuries. Jesper Lindstrom, with a thigh injury, and Danny da Costa are also doubtful to feature.
Rangers Form and Team News
Giovanni van Bronckhorst’s team have lit up this tournament, having faced opposition of Champions League quality in Borussia Dortmund and RB Leipzig. Another German opponent stands between them and the coveted trophy, and the Scots can now dream, even though Scottish teams (Celtic) have suffered heartbreak in Seville previously.
Rangers also have a poor history when playing on Spanish soil, with just one victory in thirteen outings, and have lost three away matches consecutively. They will hope history does not return to haunt them. Fullback James Tarvernier has been an inspiration this season with seven Europa League goals, and they will look to him for moments of real quality in Seville.
Nnamdi Oforborh, Ianis Hagi, Felipe Helander, and Alfredo Morelos will not feature in the Seville final due to injuries, and Jamaican Kemar Roofe may not be available for selection.