Manchester United will clash with Spanish side Villarreal FC on Wednesday in a deal that gives the English Premier League side a bigger chance to lift the trophy after six years.
The Spanish side had finished the season in 7th position and without a major trophy.
Michael Carrick’s United has also not added any major trophy to its bank this season after finishing second in the domestic league.
But, Villarreal is set to give their best shot at the Stadion Energa Gdańsk in Poland being their best chance to net a major trophy this season.
United won the last trophy since 2017 under former coach, Jose Mourinho.
Meanwhile, Sevilla is yet to end its major trophy drought after several semi-finals in the last 15 years.
In Nigeria, the match will air by 6:45 pm.
To watch the duel between the Spanish and English sides, fans could stream on Youtube via Kora live.
Fans in Australia can subscribe to Optus Sports to catch the final via Google Chrome, Firefox, and Safari, but a VPN if needed when traveling outside Australia for access is advised.
Viewers can also follow the match live through Paramount Plus. Fans can watch the final for free with a 7-day free trial of Paramount Plus.
Uefa.com’s recommended channel for Nigeria on live stream is startimestv.com
BT Sport will broadcast the final on TV in the UK, while BT Sport’s digital streaming service will provide online access