Will Sevilla do what Sevilla do and win the Europa League?
Los Nervionenses are this competition’s most-successful club, with all six of their triumphs coming since 2006, only entering ten times during this period.
In the first knockout round, the chaos Jorge Sampaoli’s side are experiencing in La Liga right now carried over into UEFA competition.
Despite winning the first leg 3-0, Sevilla avoided a scare against PSV, hanging on by the end, given that they were beaten 2-0 in Eindhoven.
On Saturday, los Hispalenses’ shambolic domestic form continued, smashed 6-1 by Atlético Madrid, their joint-biggest league defeat of the 21st century.
As a result, Sevilla are back down in 17th place, above Almería by virtue of goal difference alone.
So, Fenerbahçe, who are unbeaten in the this tournament this season, will fancy their chances.
The Yellow Canaries have won seven of ten Europa League fixtures to get this far, topping their group in November, above Stade Rennais, AEK Larnaca and Dynamo Kyiv.
Having previously reached the Europa League semi-finals a decade ago, they are dreaming of a similarly lengthy run this year.
Domestically, Jorge Jesus’s side are second in the Süper Lig, six points adrift Galatasaray, winning seven of eight games, drawing the other, since defeat in the Intercontinental Derby in January.
Will the Europa League kings build up an unassailable lead at Estadio Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán?
Sevilla team news
Marcão, Loïc Badé and Karim Rekik are all injured, leaving Sevilla short of defensive options.
Fernando, who’s currently enduring a four-match domestic ban, could fill-in at centre-back.
In better news, Youssef En-Nesyri has been in terrific form since the World Cup, scoring ten of his 12 goals this season since the restart.
Fenerbahçe team news
With Michy Batshuayi out injured, Enner Valencia and Josh King, remember them, will lead the attack.
Valencia took his tally to 26 for the season by netting against Kayserispor on Saturday, as well as the three he netted in Qatar during the World Cup.
İrfan Can Kahveci, one of just four players to score a Champions League hat-trick in defeat, could come into midfield.
Goalkeeper Altay Bayındır has already been named club captain, despite only being 24 years old.