The Europa League is often seen as Europe's second tournament behind its rich, glitzy brother the Champions League, but the final tonight should prove that it's a competition well worth watching in its own right. FC Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk overcame Napoli in the last round thanks in part to some questionable refereeing decisions, and they now face Sevilla, one of the strongest teams in the competition and with a pedigree in this tournament. They're the current holders and they've already won the title three times, making them favourites for the final in the Stadion Narodowy in Warsaw. Their manager, Unai Emery, is also sought after by a number of clubs including West Ham and AC Milan, and may well be moving on after this, but would leave at an all-time high if he gets another winner's medal and secures Champions League football for his side at the same time. Last year's final went to penalties and was full of drama, so we're hoping for another dose of something similar here.