18 May 2023
Juventus head to Spain to take on Sevilla in their second-leg semi-final, with a spot in this season's Europa League final in Budapest at stake.
Federico Gatti's late leveller sees the tie evenly poised at 1-1 heading into Thursday night's clash at the Ramon Sanchez-Pizjuan Stadium.
Catch up on all the pre-match stats ahead of the Final Four showdown:
FAVOURABLE RECORD | Sevilla have won just one of their five meetings against Juventus in European competition, drawing two and losing two encounters. Their only win came at home in December 2015.
SPANISH STRUGGLES | Juventus have won just two of their last 17 away games against Spanish sides in the knockout stages of Europe's top competitions (D3, L12) and only kept a clean sheet once in this period (0-0 v Barcelona in 2016 /17).
ON THE CUSP | Juventus could reach the final of a European competition for the first time since 2016/17 (in the Champions League under the guidance of Coach Massimiliano Allegri). The current Juventus gaffer could become the fifth coach to reach both the Champions League and Europa League finals after Diego Simeone, Rafael Benítez, Jürgen Klopp and José Mourinho.
EUROPA LEAGUE SPECIALISTS | Sevilla could reach their fifth Europa League final in the past nine years, extending their current competition record for final appearances. The Andalusian side have won all three of their semi-final home games in the competition (2013-14, 2014-15 and 2015-16 – 2019-20 was played over one leg), scoring eight goals and conceding just one.
DI MAGIA | Ángel Di María is the Juventus player with the most goals (4), assists (3), appearances (7), chances created (21) and dribbles completed (23) in European competitions this season.