Wolves - Sevilla: How to watch, start time, prediction

Wolves - Sevilla: How to watch, start time, prediction

Sevilla midfielder Lucas Ocampos headed a late goal to snatch a 1-0 win over Wolverhampton Wanderers as they reached the Europa League semifinals on Tuesday after the English side paid the price for an early penalty miss. What is beyond doubt is that Sevilla have a very varied and talented squad and it will take a mighty performance from Wolves to overcome them, for a place in the semi-finals against United which wil be played on Suinday.

The one-off clash in Duisburg is Wolves' first quarter-final in Europe since 1972, and victory would take them a step closer to Champions League qualification, just two years after they were promoted to the Premier League.

He said: "We've been able to create an identity".

"That is one of the most precious things we have in football: an identity based on a style of play, how we socialise, our rules, our tasks, how we deal with problems and all the situations that can improve a team. It's based on strong foundations of respect and hard work, and this is what we want to show tomorrow - a good team, with an identity, committed to the challenge".

Adama Traore has caught the eye once again after going on an incredible run against Sevilla in Wolves' Europa League quarter-final.

Tuesday's game will be Wolves' 59th of a season that started on 25 July a year ago.

They'll play either Wolves or Sevilla in the last four next Sunday. "I think it will be a great game to watch".

Mr Phillips added: "It's a tough game, but they say dreaming is for free and I'm sure we can do it". I feel like they are very competitive and physical.

Wolves are the underdogs (pardon the pun) as they are +235 to beat Sevilla who are +120, but the tie at +230 is interesting.

Julen Lopetegui's side have won the Europa League five times and are considerably more experienced in playing on the big stage. Wolves are unsafe but I'm going for a Sevilla win after extra time. 2-1.

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