Villarreal XI vs Man United: Starting lineup, team news, Europa League Final squad, injury updates today

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Villarreal will boast a few familiar faces as they look to beat Manchester United in the Europa League Final.

Unai Emery will assessed Juan Foyth, on loan from Tottenham, ahead of kick-off after the defender strained his hamstring in the win over Arsenal and the Argentine has been deemed fit.

Etienne Capoue, formerly of Watford and Spurs, was suspended for the semi-final decider but has come straight back into midfield.

That leaves Francis Coquelin, formerly of Arsenal, to drop to the bench, with Dani Parejo starting in midfield.

Emery was expected to have star winger Samuel Chukwueze fit and available again but he is not even among the substitutes.

Elsewhere, Gerard Moreno will be is partnered up front by Carlos Bacca, with Paco Alcacer left on the bench.

Geronimo Rulli is the cup goalkeeper, meaning Sergio Asenjo will sit on the bench.

Villarreal starting XI (4-4-2): Rulli, Foyth, Albiol, Pau Torres, Pedraza, Parejo, Capoue, Trigueros, Moreno, Bacca, Pino

Injury list: Iborra

Doubts: Chukwueze, Foyth

Villarreal Europa League squad

Goalkeepers: Sergio Asenjo, Geronimo Rulli, Iker, Filip Jorgense, Marc Vidal

Defenders: Mario Gaspar, Raul Albiol, Pau Torres, Ramiro Funes Mori, Juan Foyth, Pervis Estupinan, Alberto Moreno, Ruben Pena, Jaume Costa, Dani Esmoris, Edu Adell, Vadim Murria Soriano, Andrei Ratiu

Midfielders: Daniel Parejo, Samu Chukwueze, Daniel Raba, Manu Trigueros, Francis Coquelin, Moi Gomez, Alfonso Pedraza, Etienne Capoue, Diego Collado, Carlo Garcia, Alex Baena, June-Hyuk Ahn, Juan Agüero, Alejandro Millan, Haissem Hassan

Forwards: Gerard Moreno, Carlos Bacca, Paco Alcacer, Yeremi Pino, Fernando Nino

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