Ajax vs Manchester United

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Manchester United and Ajax will face off in the Europa League final on Wednesday, with a trophy and a spot in the 2017-18 UEFA Champions League on the line.

Manchester United enters the game after beating Crystal Palace 2–0. Jose Mourinho’s side reached the final after beating Celta Vigo in the semifinal.

The two sides qualified for the final after winning their respective two-legged semi-final encounters throughout the early weeks of May.

Manchester United took on Spanish club Celta Vigo, defeating them away from home 1-0 in the first leg before drawing at home 1-1 in the second match. Ajax, on the other hand, took on Lyon, winning 4-1 at home before Lyon bounced back with a 3-1 win in the south of France that saw them fall just short of sending the match to extra time.

How to watch the match on TV

BeIn Sports hold exclusive rights to the Europa League in Australia, meaning the only way to watch the final on TV will be with an active Foxtel subscription which includes the sports package.

Their coverage will commence at 4am (AEST) with a pre-game show. The game will then kick-off at 4:45am, with it expected to end at around 6:40am. Coverage will run on BeIN until 7:20am (AEST), unless the game goes to extra time or penalties, in which case it would be extended to provide a similar level of post-match coverage.

Manchester United are hoping to end José Mourinho’s first season at the club on a high note, by adding a second trophy in Wednesday’s Europa League final clash against Ajax. Against a backdrop of horrible events back at home, the team will be hoping to maintain their focus for this all-important final.

Ajax will be the fresher of the two sides, having wrapped up their domestic campaign over a week and a half ago. But even though United’s own league exploits continued up until Sunday, very few of the likely starters have been heavily featured lately. Mourinho’s recent rotation policy is a strong indicator of who will be in the starting XI, with just a few places yet to be clarified. After the season’s final press conference was understandably canceled, no further team news has been made available.

Ajax is one of the world’s great footballing institutions, but as the sport became a huge global business, the Dutch giants were left behind. By the late 1990s, they had no hope of holding onto their top academy products, and they became a selling club.

Wednesday’s UEFA Europa League final is Ajax’s first European final since they won the Champions League in 1995, but their recent lack of success is even more serious than that. The last time Ajax even made a quarterfinal was in 2003.

But with the right combination of coaching, academy products, solid role players, and smart bargain purchases, Ajax has built a great team. You should get to know them before Wednesday’s match.