The Europa League final is edging ever-closer, with just three games remaining in the 2020-21 campaign.
Manchester United all-but sealed a place in the final with an emphatic 6-2 home victory over Roma last week, as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer closes in on a first piece of silverware as the Red Devils boss.
Arsenal still have it all to do, however, after they lost 2-1 away to former boss Unai Emery’s Villarreal last week, though it could have been significantly worse, with Dani Ceballos sent off when the Gunners were 2-0 down.
We will see an all-English Champions League final this year, after Chelsea and Manchester City glided through their respective semi-final contests.
And there could be a second all-English Europa League final in three years if Arsenal and United are to prevail.
With the final now quickly approaching, Sportsmail takes you through the all-important information.
With just two semi-finals remaining, all eyes now turn towards the Europa League trophy
When is the Europa League final?
The final of the 2020-21 Europa League will be played on Wednesday, May 26.
The match will kick-off at 8pm BST, as has been the case with all four semi-finals.
The final will be held just three days before the Champions League clash between Manchester City and Chelsea, who go to battle on Saturday, May 29.
Where is the final being played?
The Europa League final is scheduled to take place at the Stadion Miejski in Gdansk, Poland.
Also known as the Gdansk Stadium, the 40,000-capacity build was used as one of Poland’s Euro 2012 venues, having been constructed the year prior.
It was initially scheduled to host the final last year, before the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic enforced a move to the RheinEnergieStadion – or Stadion Koln – in Germany.
How to watch the final
As has been the case throughout the tournament in its entirety, the match will be broadcast live on BT Sport.
Subscribers will be able to watch the game on both the BT website and app.
Sportsmail will also be running a live blog, so you can keep up-to-date with us.
Will supporters be allowed to attend?
UEFA have confirmed a total of 9,500 fans will be allowed to attend this year’s Europa League final, which is just under 25 per cent of the stadium’s capacity.
Each set of fans will receive 2,000 tickets, with the remaining seats going to the general public, while a proof of a vaccine or negative coronavirus test may also be required for those travelling.
As for those wanting to go from the United Kingdom, the Government are planning the end their ban on non-essential travel on May 17, just over a week before the final.
Assuming that goes ahead as planned, a traffic-light system will then be introduced, whereby countries rated “green” would require a negative coronavirus test both when leaving and returning to the UK.
Meanwhile, “amber” and “red” countries would require a quarantine upon return.
Who is the favourite to win?
Manchester United are the favourites to win after dominating to a 6-2 win over Roma last week
Arsenal must turn th tie around at the Emirates if they are to progress to the final-two
After Manchester United dominated to a 6-2 win over Roma last week, it comes as no surprise that they are the overwhelming favourites to win the Europa League this year.
The all-but qualified slide are favoured at 4/9 to lift the prestigious cup.
Meanwhile, after claiming a 2-1 win last week, Villarreal are the second-favourites to prevail at 7/2, while Arsenal are down at 4/1, with Roma at 150/1.
*Odds as per Betfair and correct at the time of publication.
Europa League semi-final results
Europa League semi-finals
Thursday, April 29
- Manchester United 6-2 Roma
- Villarreal 2-1 Arsenal
Thursday, May 6
- Roma vs Manchester United – 8pm on BT Sport 3
- Arsenal vs Villareal – 8pm on BT Sport 2