Sergej Milinkovic-Savic, Mattia Zaccagni and Felipe Anderson start for Lazio, whose Europa League fate lies in the balance with a very difficult trip to Feyenoord.



It kicks off in Rotterdam at 17.45 GMT.

You can follow all the build-up and action as it happens from this game and Roma-Ludogorets on the LIVEBLOG.

Europa League Liveblog: Feyenoord-Lazio and Roma-Ludogorets

This is the most balanced group in the Europa League going into the final match, as Lazio are ahead of Sturm Graz on goal difference, both with eight points, followed by Feyenoord and Midtjylland on five.

It is all still to play for, a point would guarantee Lazio continue in the competition, while equalling the Sturm Graz result should be sufficient to keep top spot.

Feyenoord need a victory by two goals or more, or just a win as long as Sturm Graz lose, because they lost 4-2 to Lazio at the Stadio Olimpico.

Maurizio Sarri is torn between focusing on Europa League progress and preparing for Sunday’s massive Derby della Capitale in Serie A with Roma.

Seeing as Milinkovic-Savic is suspended for that game, he starts here, resting Luis Alberto, Pedro, Alessio Romagnoli and Adam Marusic, while Ciro Immobile is still injured.

Feyenoord irritated Sarri by getting their Eredivisie game postponed, so they’ve had a full week to prepare for this match.

Fredrik Bjorkan and Oussama Idrissi are the only injury absentees.

Lazio had been leading 4-0 when these sides met in September, but could they regret allowing the two late goals for a final 4-2 result?

Feyenoord: Bijlow; Geertruida, Trauner, Hancko, Lopez; Q Timber, Szymanski, Orkun Kokcu; Paixao, Danilo Pereira, Dilrosun

Lazio: Provedel; Lazzari, Casale, Patric, Hysaj; Milinkovic-Savic, Marcos Antonio, Basic; Cancellieri, Felipe Anderson, Zaccagni

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