Dnipro will play holders Sevilla in the final of the Europa League after defeating Serie A side Napoli. The Ukrainians’ striker Yevhen Seleznyov headed the only goal of the night to end Rafael Benitez’s side’s 10-game unbeaten run in the competition and seal a 2-1 aggregate win. Sevilla of La Liga completed the job against Fiorentina, winning 2-0 in Italy and 5-0 on aggregate with goals from Carlos Bacca and Daniel Carrico. The final is in Warsaw on 27 May. The winners of the final will qualify for next season’s Champions League. Sevilla are likely to start as favourites to defend their crown, having recorded the competition’s record aggregate margin of victory in a semi-final. Bacca netted his 26th goal of the season to end any faint hopes of a Viola comeback – the Colombia forward hammering the ball into the back of the net after the hosts failed to deal with Ever Banega’s free-kick from the right. Just five minutes later, the victory was sealed when Carrico tapped home. Fiorentina’s Josip Ilicic missed a penalty to complete a miserable night. It was no better for their Serie A rivals Napoli in Ukraine as goalkeeper Denys Boyko produced an inspired performance to keep the tournament’s top scorers out. Seleznyov headed home a cross from deep – his second of the tie – to earn Dnipro their first appearance in a major European final.