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By ESPN Staff

UEFA Cup final - Live on your PC!

Did you know you can watch the UEFA Cup live on your PC with ESPNsoccernet?

Our live streaming coverage of the UEFA Cup concludes with the final on May 16 at Hampden Park.

For just US$5 per game you can have the final streamed live to your PC.

CLICK HERE TO LAUNCH THE MEDIA PLAYER

The first round of this season's UEFA Cup began back in September 2006 with 80 teams, now eight months on and there are just two sides remaining with RCD Espanyol facing reigning champions FC Sevilla in the final at Hampden Park in Glasgow on May 16.

You will be able to follow this enthralling all-Spanish game via your PC thanks to our live-streaming service for just US$5.

On paper holders Sevilla look like the favourites riding high as they are in La Liga and having reached the Copa del Rey final, but Espanyol will not be content to just turn up and roll over.

In their two league meetings this season honours are even with Espanyol winning 2-1 at home and Sevilla going one better with a 3-1 triumph at the Estadio Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan.

The goal threat for Sevilla will be provided by Frederic Kanoute who has 19 goals in the league this season (at the time of writing), however in Walter Pandiani Espanyol boast the UEFA Cup's topscorer with 11 goals, and after seeing off Werder Bremen 5-1 on aggregate in the semis Espanyol clearly know where the goals is.

So the stage is set the teams are readying themselves, all you need to do is click on the link above on May 16 and settle down for the entire UEFA Cup final live on your PC!

Also, keep your eyes peeled later in the summer as we'll be offering you live coverage of the UEFA Super Cup, the curtain-raiser for the European season featuring the winners of the UEFA Cup against the winners of the Champions League.