Champions League and Europa League champions Manchester City and Sevilla will meet in this Wednesday’s UEFA Super Cup final, a game that will crown the new continent’s “super champions” and England will threaten opponents with a strong lineup and total goals. Despite the heavy casualties, the people of Seville have won this trophy. Under the guidance of faith and perseverance, they “covered” their arrival and brought surprises again. The Continental Stadium kicked off with most of the nation’s leagues kicking off last weekend and ushered in the stadium’s first European title. As always, each summer, the winners of the Champions League and Europa League play UEFA head-to-head in the most demanding fashion, although the halo of the trophy has faded a little due to the approach to pre-season, and the teams have few shots to wait for the market ‘s arrival However, it’s still a title, so it’s a great opportunity to expand the list of winners and feel confident for the start of the course. This is the first time Manchester City has participated in the UEFA Super Cup after winning the UEFA Super Cup for the first time in June last year, and defeated Inter Milan 1-0 in the final in Istanbul. The England side, which Guardiola has been on the bench for seven years, has achieved its great continental goal but so resisted despite having an ‘all-round’ status with a broad and versatile squad. These will be huge assets for him this Wednesday, able to generate a variety of options on the pitch and always keep Haaland’s danger as the main threat. The Norwegian giants scored twice against Burnley on the opening day of the Premier League (0-3). It was an unrivaled domestic debut after they lost to Arsenal on penalties in the Community Shield final. Although the league win took its toll on Guardiola’s side, Kevin De Bruyne, a vital part of the creation of ‘The Citizen’, had to be injured and will be out for four months. But the Catalan coach will have to try other methods after Bernardo Silva and Ruben Dias also did not make the list. Two other absences will ensure that new additions Mateo Kovacic and Gvardior will start. Rodri Hernandez and Foden will accompany the Croatian in midfield, while Grealish, Julian Alvarez and Haaland could form a fearsome attack. Sevilla will have to face a very strong eleven and on paper they are not the favorites to lift the trophy. But the history and career of the most successful club in Europe’s leagues will also come into play, a team that has risen numerous times and will be able to prove once again on Wednesday that it is a continental great. Sevilla’s pre-season preparations have been active and productive, playing more than twice as many games as City, so there’s more to come. But the showdown against Great Britain will be the first demanding test, which they took in mild conditions but have given them good results in the past. In fact, Mendilibal took charge of the Sevilla bench to save the league and eventually helped Sevilla win the Europa League for the seventh time. They did so, leaving Manchester United, Juventus and Roma away, which they won on penalties. “Mendy” will also have injuries in Greece, especially with Fernando Regis injured due to illness, in addition to Marco and Nianzu in defense. A last-minute absence due to gastroenteritis would confirm that Jordan is playing alongside Rakitic, although recent signing Sovey may have a chance. Nonetheless, Mendilibal, facing his second final in just over two months, will be able to assemble an ambitious squad very similar to the one that lifted the Europa League title and will Trying to emulate Sevilla, who won the Champions League in 2006. The first and only European Super Cup. That’s when they beat Barça Rijkaard, Ronaldinho, Eto’o and Messi 3-0. Since then, they have reached the Continental Super Cup finals six times (2007, 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2020), unable to overcome the opponent’s favorite poster. data sheet. — Possible lineup: Manchester City: Ederson; Walker, Akanji, Gvardio, Ake; Rodri, Kovacic, Foden; Grealish, Julian Alvarez and Harland. Sevilla: Bond; Jesús Navas, Bader, Gudergui, Acuña; Jordan, Rakitic, Ocampos, Suso, Oliver Torres; Inesili. – Referee: François Le-Texier (France). – Stadium: Georgios Karaiskakis. –Time: 9:00 PM/Movistar+.