On Thursday night, the two Europa League finalists will be confirmed.
There is a strong possibility of an all-English finale as it was in the Champions League.
Chelsea and Manchester City will clash in Istanbul on May 29, for the highest prize in European club football.
Arsenal could also face Manchester United in the final of the second-tier competition.
The Red Devils are all but assured of a place, as they crushed Roma 6-2 in their semi-final first leg at Old Trafford. Barring a miracle of epic proportions, like the Serie A side pulled off against Barcelona in the Champions League a few years ago, United will do enough to progress.
However, Arsenal has it all to do, when they welcome Villarreal to the Emirates.
Nicolas Pepe’s penalty in Spain gave the Gunners an away goal as they lost 2-1 to Unai Emery’s men.
But ahead of the game in North London, they have captain Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang fit and raring. Mikel Arteta played a false nine formation at the El Madrigal, with Emile Smith Rowe looking lost.
Alexandre Lacazette and Kieran Tierney were pictured back in training and if fit to start, Arteta will have a better attack to deploy against the LaLiga side.
All in all, you expect Arsenal to have enough to win the tie over two legs and enforce England’s dominance this season on the continent.