Sevilla beat Liverpool to become the first team to win three successive Europa League titles PAUL ELLIS/AFP/Getty Images

Barcelona will look to end their season by clinching a domestic double when they face Sevilla in the Copa del Rey final at the Vicente Calderon in Madrid on 22 May.

Where to watch live

Kick-off is set for 8.30pm BST. The game will be broadcast live on Sky Sports 1 HD.


After a jittery run of form in April, Barcelona rebounded in style with five successive league wins to secure the La Liga title by one point over arch rivals Real Madrid. The Catalan giants have not conceded a goal in their last five outings and have found the net 24 times in that sequence.

Luis Enrique has no fresh injury concerns. Claudio Bravo has recovered from a calf injury and is available, but Marc-Andre ter Stegen is likely to start in goal.

Sevilla mounted a stirring comeback in the second half as they came from behind to beat Liverpool 3-1 in the Europa League final on 18 May. The Andalusian side have only won one of their last 14 head-to-head meetings with Barcelona.

Benoit Tremoulinas and Michael Krohn-Dehli (both knee) are both sidelined through injury, while Steven N'Zonzi is suspended. Centre-back Adil Rami suffered a knock in the Liverpool match but is expected to start.

What managers say

Luis Enrique: "If you win the league, you can't say it's been a bad season because it's the trophy for consistency. It shows that you've been at a very high level all season. If you think you've had a bad season then forget it. This league needs to be appreciated and enjoyed as it deserves. It was a very tough campaign and it took a lot out of us. We deserved this league, more so because we managed to overcome the most delicate moments of a season."

Unai Emery: "It's a unique satisfaction. Now we have to enjoy it, knowing we have another final on Sunday. Sevilla and the team deserve this (Europa League win). We organised our heads and we know why we've come this far. We had to remember the neutral field was the Sanchez Pizjuan, that we were in Seville. And the team took off. Liverpool are a great team and the goal increased their confidence. But that also happened with us. We felt strong, confident, when we equalised."

Form guide

  • Barcelona: WWWWW
  • Last result: Granada 0-3 Barcelona
  • Sevilla (all competitions): WLLWL
  • Last result: Liverpool 1-3 Sevilla (Europa League)

Betting odds (Betfair)

  • Barcelona win: 1/4
  • Draw: 4/1
  • Sevilla win: 17/2

Team news

Barcelona possible XI: Ter Stegen; Alves, Pique, Mascherano, Alba; Rakitic, Busquets, Iniesta; Messi, Suarez, Neymar

Sevilla possible XI: Rico; Mariano, Rami, Carrico, Escudero; Iborra, Krychowiak; Coke, Banega, Vitolo; Gameiro