Frankfurt dispatched Barcelona and West Ham en route to Sevilla and remain unbeaten as they prepare for their 12th game in the competition.
Rangers beat Braga and RB Leipzig in the quarter-finals and semi-finals to reach their first European final since losing to Zenit in 2008.
Frankfurt are in the hunt for their second European trophy, winning what was then called the UEFA Cup in 1980. Rangers are preparing for their sixth European showpiece, having won just one of the previous five, in 1972.
Here’s everything you need to know ahead of the game…
Date, kick-off time and venue
Eintracht Frankfurt are scheduled to kick off at 8pm BST today, Wednesday 18 May 2022.
Estadio Ramon Sanchez-Pizjuan in Sevilla will host the match.
Where to watch the Europa League final
TV channel: The game will be televised on BT Sport 1.
Direct: BT Sport subscribers will be able to watch the game online via the BT Sport website or app. The game, as is tradition, will also be streamed FREE via BT Sport’s YouTube page.
Live Blog: You can follow all the action via Standard Sport’s live blog.
Eintracht Frankfurt vs Rangers Team News
Martin Hinteregger remains out for Frankfurt which is a blow at the back in their 3-4-2-1 formation. Almamy Touré should replace and should be joined by Evan Ndicka who survived an injury. Daichi Kamada will be looking to add to his five Europa League goals so far.
For Rangers, Alfredo Morelos and Filip Helander remain sidelined, while Kemar Roofe has been declared fit.
Giovanni van Bronckhorst has made 10 changes for the final game of the league campaign, meaning James Tavernier, Connor Goldson and Joe Aribo will all be fresh for the trip to Spain. Amad Diallo will hope to end his loan from Manchester United on a high note, but he is unlikely to start.
Eintracht Frankfurt vs Rangers Prediction
Both teams will be far from happy with their domestic results this season, but will see their exploits in Europe as a more than satisfying compromise.
Rangers had to endure Celtic’s rise to the top of the Scottish football tree, while Frankfurt finished 11th in the Bundesliga thanks to a slightly better goal difference than those around them.
Frankfurt’s last win of the domestic season came back in March, but notable victories over Barcelona and West Ham en route to showpiece Sevilla prove they’ve cultivated a recipe for success in Europe.
Rangers regularly send teams to Scotland and their 3-1 win over RB Leipzig in the semi-final second leg will go down as one of their finest nights in recent history, but I’m afraid it’s a step too far for Giovanni van Bronckhorst. & Co.
Eintracht Frankfurt 2-1 Rangers
Head-to-head history and results (h2h)
The Europa League final will be the first time Frankfurt and Rangers face each other.