Sevilla: Beto; Figueiras, Fazio, Pareja, Navarro; Iborra, M’Bia; Reyes, Rakitic, Marin; Bacca.
Diogo Figueiras is expected to replace Coke at right-back, who is sidelined due to suspension. Alberto Moreno, Sebastian Cristoforo and Denis Cheryshev will all be missing with injuries.
Valencia: Guaita; Pereira, Fuego, Mathieu, Bernat; Parejo, Keita; Feghouli, Vargas, Fede; Alcacer.
Diego Alves and Victor Ruiz are both out while former Arsenal and Fulham defender Phillipe Senderos is a doubt with a thigh injury. Javi Fuego and Antonio Barragan will return to the Los Che team after being suspended in last round’s La Liga game.
101GG Betting Tip:
Sevilla are the clear favourites in this all-Spanish semifinal, having had a great run in La Liga, winning nine out of the last ten league games. This recent success, saw Sevilla climbing up the table to fifth place, merely 3 points shy of a Champions League berth.
Despite an impressive and historic come-from-behind victory against Basel, after having lost the first leg of the quarter-finals 0-3, Valencia are far away from their usual form domestically. They can take solace in the fact that they they have not lost yet to Sevilla this season, winning one and drawing another.
101GG predicts: Sevilla 2 – Valencia 0.
Some essential facts to help with online betting:
Valencia have kept a clean sheet in 5 of their last 6 matches in the Europa League.
Valencia are undefeated in 10 of their last 11 matches in the Europa League.
Sevilla have lost just the once at home in the Europa League this season.
Sevilla are undefeated in their last 12 home matches against Valencia in all competitions.