In tonight’s Europa Conference League final in Albania, Jose Mourinho will lead Roma against Feyenoord.
It’s debatable where Europe’s new third-tier club competition would rank in his list of accomplishments, but few would argue that a victory would go a long way toward compensating for a difficult first season in charge.
Mourinho can endear himself to the Giallorossi’s supporters if he wins the club’s first title in 14 years, despite being well behind the top four in Serie A.
Mourinho hasn’t won a trophy since 2017, so adding another to his collection would be a vindication of Roma’s decision to hire and support him.
Meanwhile, Feyenoord has yet to lose a game in the competition. After a remarkable run to the final, defeating a well-funded team from one of Europe’s major leagues would be a significant accomplishment.
Everything you need to know about tonight’s game is listed below…
Date, kick-off time and venue
The Europa Conference League final is scheduled for an 7:55pm kick-off time tonight, Wednesday May 25 2022.
The Air Albania Stadium in Tirana will host the match.
How to watch Roma vs Feyenoord
In Nigeria, you can watch the Europa Conference League final on SuperSport DStv, and the game will be available to stream live on the DSTV Now App and on TV on the SuperSport Channel 205.
Live blog: Follow all of the action with Sport’s dedicated match blog. KemiFilani.ng will be providing updates.
Roma vs Feyenoord team news
Roma’s only injury concern heading into the game is Henrikh Mkhitaryan.
After recovering from his latest muscle injury, Nicolo Zaniolo is expected to play, with Eldor Shomurodov the most likely to miss out. It wouldn’t be surprising if Bryan Cristante was brought in to replace Jordan Veretout elsewhere.
Meanwhile, in the Feyenoord side, Reiss Nelson is the most visible name for British audiences, and the Arsenal loanee will almost certainly start.
Due to the injury to Justin Bijlow, Ofir Marciano, a former Hibernian goalkeeper, will take over in goal.
Roma vs Feyenoord prediction
Roma vs Feyenoord 1-2.
Head to head (h2h) history and results
Roma wins: 1
Feyenoord wins: 0