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Confirmed the eleven of Manchester City and Seville

The highly anticipated Supercopa de Europa showdown is finally here, as two football powerhouses, Manchester City and Sevilla, prepare to face off at the Georgios Karaiskakis Stadium. With both teams boasting an impressive track record in their respective competitions, this clash is set to be a thrilling encounter that fans won’t want to miss.

Sevilla, the reigning champions of the Europa League, have a storied history in the competition, having lifted the trophy an incredible seven times. Their dominance in European football is undeniable, and they will be determined to add another title to their collection. Led by their talented squad and experienced coach, Sevilla will undoubtedly pose a formidable challenge for their English opponents.

On the other side, Manchester City arrives at the Supercopa de Europa on the back of their triumph in the prestigious Champions League. The English club showcased their strength and tactical prowess throughout the tournament, ultimately securing their spot in the final. With a star-studded lineup and the guidance of their esteemed manager, Manchester City will be eager to continue their winning streak and claim yet another major trophy.

As the two teams prepare to go head-to-head, the Estadio Georgios Karaiskakis will undoubtedly witness a clash of footballing titans. Both sides possess exceptional attacking talent and defensive solidity, promising an enthralling battle on the pitch. The outcome of this match will not only determine the winner of the Supercopa de Europa but will also serve as a statement of intent for the upcoming season.

Man City line-up
Ederson; Walker, Akanji, Gvardiol, Ake; Rodri, Kovacic; Foden, Palmer, Grealish; and Haaland.

Sevilla line-up
Bond; Jesus Navas, Badé, Gudelj, Acuña; Jordan, Rakitic; Ocampos, Lamela, Oliver Torres; and En-Nesyri.

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