The Europa Conference League final kicks off on Wednesday in its introductory season with a first ever champion waiting to be named.

Can Jose Mourinho add another trophy to his collection with Roma, or will Feyenoord top off their season with some silverware?

With the opening campaign of European club football’s latest competition reaching its climax, we preview the final of what has been a healthy addition to the football calendar.

Can Roma win their first trophy under Mourinho?

Roma, who haven’t won a single trophy since 2007/08, have been rebuilding under the serial title winner that is Jose Mourinho. The man has lifted 25 pieces of silverware in his long managerial career and after bettering Roma’s seventh-placed Serie A finish from last season, he now has his eyes set on the first claim of a brand new competition.

It seems fitting that in the first occurrence of a new tournament, the self-proclaimed ‘Special One’ and one of the best trophy winners of all time, has the opportunity to be the first manager to lift a cup that will be fought over for years to come. Roma are priced at 5/4 to win in 90 minutes and are the favourites at 8/13 to claim the prize.

Tammy Abraham, who has been Jose’s most prolific goal scorer all season, has netted 26 times and is the favourite at 4/1 to be the first goal scorer of the final. He is also the most likely to score at anytime in the tie at 11/8, and 5/1 to score inside the six yard box.

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Will Feyenoord take home fourth European trophy?

Feyenoord have a rich European history, winning the then-European Cup in 1969/70 and the UEFA Cup in 1973/74 and 2001/02. Though residing in the Eredivisie that is considered by many as the seventh best league in Europe, and one that no longer boasts an automatic Champions League spot, Feyenoord have a history of upsetting big European teams and will believe they have what it takes to write another underdog story on Wednesday.

They are priced at 13/10 to lift the trophy and 21/10 to win in 90 minutes. Despite their apparent less likely chance of winning, players like Luis Sinisterra and Bryan Linssen, who have bagged a hatful of goals between them this season, won’t be low on confidence and are priced at 8/1 and 6/1 respectively to score first.

With the two teams shipping a number of goals on their journey to the final, both teams to score is a likely occurrence at 7/10. Feyenoord have scored 76 goals this season in the league and Roma 59 so a match with over 3.5 goals could be on the cards at 9/4.

As we have seen with knockout games in European competitions this season, there is a very good chance the tie could be settled in extra-time, with Roma 11/1 to win in extra-time and Feyenoord 14/1.

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