OLE GUNNAR SOLSKJAER will lead Manchester United into tonight’s Europa League final looking to lift his first trophy as Old Trafford gaffer.

And the bookies expect him to outwit Villarreal’s Unai Emery, with McBookie pricing United at just 2/5 to come out on top and the Spanish side 19/10.

The odds increase to 4/5 if you back the Red Devils to win inside 90 minutes while Villarreal are 7/2.

United have already beaten Sociedad and Granada in the knockout stages and now bid to complete a La Liga treble.

But Emery’s side showed how dangerous they are by knocking out Arsenal in the semis and have won 12 of their last 18 games.

So this could be a closer final than some are predicting, especially with United missing skipper Harry Maguire.

They have conceded in their last seven games so both teams to score appeals in the final at evens with William Hill.

Over 2.5 goals has come up in three of Villarreal’s last four games and six of United’s last seven so we should see some goals.

That bet pays 11/10 with McBookie which looks pretty good value while a goal in each half is 10/11 at William Hill.

Scott McTominay should start in midfield alongside Fred if fit and they are both are good candidates for bookings.

The Scot is 13/5 with McBookie for a card and the Brazilian 15/8.

Super Singles

  • Over 2.5 goals (11/10, McBookie)
  • BTTS (Evens, W Hill)

McBookie star bet

  • Bruno Fernandes is United’s man for the big occasion and the midfielder is 29/20 for anytime scorer.
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