The Giallorossi have been given a big boost with the return of two key strikers ahead of their Europa League tie.

1-0 down after the first leg, Roma will need to turn things around when they welcome Feyenoord for part two of their Europa League quarter-finals tie. The Giallorossi beat their Dutch opponents by a solitary goal last season to win their first ever European title, and having won the Europa Conference League, Jose Mourinho's men are hoping to now add a Europa League crown to their collection.

During the defeat to Feyenoord, Roma were dealt a huge blow due to injuries to key strikers Paulo Dybala and Tammy Abraham. However, they have been given two bits of great news with both Dybala and Abraham expected to return for Roma's game against Feyenoord at the Stadio Olimpico on Thursday evening.

Will the returns of the Argentinian and English stars be the added boost that Roma desperately need in order to recover from a disappointing loss in the first leg? We will surely know the answer to that after the end of 90 minutes - or possibly more - in the Eternal City on Thursday.