Seville is the destination in what will be the climax of an incredible Europa League run for Rangers. Will the Scottish club pick up another European trophy or will Eintracht Frankfurt make an average domestic season a great one?

With European club football’s second biggest match just around the corner, we preview the pinnacle of what has been an unpredictable competition from start to finish.

Will Rangers top off a great season with a trophy, or two?

Rangers appear in their first European final since 2008, when they lost out to Zenit St Petersburg, and sixth in their history as they aim to lift only their second ever European trophy.

A historic victory in the Scottish Premiership last year, which saw them defy rivals Celtic’s bid for an unprecedented 10th league title in a row, left Rangers with a lot to live up to in 2021/22 and though they haven’t managed to recreate their league heroics, they have quashed their Old Firm rivals in other competitions.

The Ibrox side have been a major surprise package in Europe. They finished as runners-up in a group including Lyon, Sparta Prague and Brondby, before producing one of the biggest shocks of recent seasons when beating European heavyweights Borussia Dortmund 6-4 on aggregate in the first knock-out round. Wins against Red Star Belgrade and Braga followed and most recently Giovanni van Bronkhorst’s side produced more heroics against German opposition, overcoming a one goal first leg deficit to defeat RB Leipzig at Ibrox and take their place in the final.

Rangers are 6/5 to lift the Europa League trophy and play in the first of their two major finals this season as only slight underdogs to Frankfurt, who haven’t won a European trophy since 1979/80. The Gers will come in with confidence having already beaten two of Frankfurt’s Bundesliga rivals on the way to the final and are 21/10 to emerge victorious in 90 minutes and priced at 10/1 to win on penalties.

The Scottish giants go into the game on a hefty scoring streak having netted 17 times in their last seven outings and are 11/10 to score the first goal of the final with both teams to score priced at 8/11, and the game to feature over 3.5 goals at 2/1.

Will the Gers already have one trophy in the bag before their date with Hearts in Saturday’s Scottish Cup final?

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Can Frankfurt find the goals to get past Rangers?

Eintracht Frankfurt have fallen down the table after their impressive fifth place finish in last season’s Bundesliga, currently sitting in 11th place with only 10 wins. They have struggled to hit the net on the level that Rangers have in the last few weeks too, scoring eight goals in their last seven games.

They have however, scored at least three goals in every knockout game across two legs in this Europa League campaign and have beaten formidable opponents in Barcelona and West ham. They are 5/6 to score the first goal with Rafael Borre their most likely goal threat, priced at 5/1 to score first and 7/4 as an anytime scorer. It’s  2/1 about the German side keeping a clean sheet.

Given the strength of the league they hail from, it’s understandable that Frankfurt are expected to leave Spain with the prize, and are priced at 4/6 to lift the trophy and 18/5 to win with both teams to score.

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