Arsenal take on Slavia Prague in their UEFA Europa League quarter-final second leg at the Eden Arena on Friday, April 16.
The Gunners’ first-leg tie against the Czech club ended in a 1-1 draw meaning that Slavia Prague enter the upcoming match with a crucial away goal advantage. This means, if the game ends in a 0-0 draw, Slavia will progress to the UEL semi-finals on the back of an away goal, according to competition rules.
Mikel Arteta’s men have had a topsy-turvy season so far, and the UEFA Europa League remains the only title they can get their hands on.
Slavia Prague have been exceptional this season, winning 21 of their 26 games in Czech First League games. Their unbeaten streak at the moment, across all competition has stretched to 23 matches. Watch Slavia Prague vs Arsenal live in India!
Arsenal team news and injury update
Mikel Arteta has confirmed that the likes of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Martin Odegaard will be assessed ahead of the game, but there are high chances that the duo will be involved in the crucial fixture. The long-term absentee for the Gunners are Kieran Tierney and David Luiz who are both nursing their respective injuries.
Meanwhile, Emile Smith-Rowe remains doubtful but Arsenal will be boosted by the fact that Gabriel Martinelli and Bukayo Saka have been declared fit after suffering knocks against Sheffield United.
Slavia Prague team news and injury update
Slavia are set to miss the likes of David Hovorka and Ondrej Kudela due to injuries, while the team is also sweating on the fitness of Peter Olayinka and Abdallah Sima. Meanwhile, centre-back Simon Deli recently tested positive for COVID-19 and will miss the game.
Where to watch Slavia Prague vs Arsenal UEFA Europa League quarter-final live in India?
The Slavia Prague vs Arsenal UEL quarter-final 2nd leg will be telecast live at 12:30 AM on Sony TEN 1 SD and HD TV channels in India on April 16.
Live streaming of Slavia Prague vs Arsenal will be available on the SonyLIV app.
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