Manchester United /Draw –

Manchester United are tough to beat and have lost just three of their last 28 matches in all competitons.

Ajax, meanwhile, have lost three away games on the spin in the Europa League, winning just one in seven.

As a result, it is difficult to see the Red Devils losing it in 90 minutes but, given that eight of their last 15 matches have finished level, a draw cannot be discounted.

Manchester United to open the scoring –

Mourinho’s side have opened the scoring in 10 consecutive Europa League games.

Expect them to do the same here.

Manchester United to score one or two goals –

Manchester United have scored in 13 consecutive European matches, but only netted more than two twice.

At decent value, this is worth backing.

Both teams to score –

Despite their decent scoring record, the English side have kept just one clean sheet in four in the Europa League.

Ajax, meanwhile, have only failed to bag once in 14, so this looks a cert.

Henrikh Mkhitaryan to score Manchester United’s first goal –

The 28-year-old has scored first in five of Manchester United’s last eight games in Europe.

It would be no surprise were he to do so again.

Jesse Lingard to score anytime – 3/1

Jesse Lingard is a player that loves the big occasions.

He's scored on his last three cup finals for Manchester United and is decent value to make it four, here.

Kasper Dolberg to score Ajax’s first goal –

The Danish teenager has scored in four consecutive matches for Ajax and opened the scoring in their last two.

He will, once again, be a goal threat in Stockholm.

Ajax to collect over 2.5 cards –

Ajax have received at least three bookings in seven of their last nine European matches.

Should tempers flare, it will happen again.

Manchester United to lift the trophy –

The omens are against Ajax here, who qualified for the tournament after defeat in the Champions League play-off.

On the nine occasions when a beaten Champions League side has met a non-Champions League side in the final, they have won just three.

Jose Mourinho, meanwhile, knows how to win cup finals and has been victorious in 11 of the 13 he has managed in since 2003.