ARSENAL will look to get the job done at the Emirates Stadium as they prepare for their Europa League Last 32 second leg. In the first match against Olympiacos, Alexandre Lacazette netted late on to hand the Gunners victory in Greece. Now, Arsenal will hope to make it through to the Last 16 for a […]
ARSENAL will look to get the job done at the Emirates Stadium as they prepare for their Europa League Last 32 second leg.
In the first match against Olympiacos, Alexandre Lacazette netted late on to hand the Gunners victory in Greece.
Now, Arsenal will hope to make it through to the Last 16 for a third successive year with the competition offering a place in the Champions League to the winner.
What time does Arsenal vs Olympiacos kick off?
- This Europa League Last 32 second leg clash will take place on Thursday, February 27.
- It will kick off at 8pm in the UK – that is 3pm ET.
- The match will be held at Emirates Stadium.
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What TV channel is it on and can I live stream it for FREE?
Arsenal vs Olympiacos will be shown live on BT Sport 3 with coverage underway from 7.30pm.
BT Sport subscribers can live stream this match via the app on their computer, mobile and tablet devices.
Alternatively, EE phone customers can watch the action for FREE with a three-month trial on the BT Sport app – just text SPORT to 150.
For US viewers, head over to TUDN.
What is the team news?
Arsenal continue to struggle with full back issues with Kieran Tierney still out, while Sead Kolasinac was taken off with a shoulder problem in the 3-2 win over Everton at the weekend.
That will likely see Bukayo Saka return to the left side of the defence, while Cedric Soares remains out for the right flank.
Calum Chambers is also sidelined for the Gunners.
Meanwhile, Olympiacos have just one injury concern, with Al Arabi Hilel Soudani out.
- This will be the tenth meeting between the two sides – with Arsenal winning five of them so far
- Bukayo Saka has been in hot form this season, with ten assists so far
- Olympiacos have already scored four times against North London opposition this term, having played Tottenham in the Champions League group stages
What are the odds?
Arsenal are the clear favourites at a price of 8/15 to win, while Olympiacos have just a 6/1 chance of qualifying.
Alexandre Lacazette has gotten his shooting boots back on since a lengthy drought and is just 13/10 to score once again against Olympiacos.
Meanwhile, Saka could continue his hot streak – but it would be quite a punt to go for the 18-year-old to record an assist and have two or more shots at 11/1.
Odds courtesy of Ladbrokes and correct at time of publication.