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Arsenal, Man U fans set for Europa battles

Soccer fans will continue to enjoy unbeatable live matches from the Europa League tomorrow, with Manchester United on the road to face AZ Alkmaar at the Kyocera Stadium in Netherland, while Arsenal host Standard Liege at the Emirates stadium respectively.

Soccer fans will continue to enjoy unbeatable live matches from the Europa League tomorrow, with Manchester United on the road to face AZ Alkmaar at the Kyocera Stadium in Netherland, while Arsenal host Standard Liege at the Emirates stadium respectively.

Last season’s runners-up, Arsenal kicked off this campaign with an impressive 3-0 win at Eintracht Frankfurt, late goals from Bukayo Saka, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Joe Willock’s first-half strike was enough to secure a win for the gunners.

Arsenal and Standard Liège, both matchday one winners will compete for the top spot in Group F as both go head to head in north London.

English giant, Manchester United could face further injury woe as they will have to play on an artificial pitch when they face AZ Alkmaar away in action at the Kyocera Stadium. The plastic pitch, which has been described as the worst in Holland, collapsed last month, with the Eredivisie side having to play their home games elsewhere.

Manchester United will be hoping not to pick up any more injuries, with Eric Bailly, Anthony Martial, Marcus Rashford, Phil Jones, Luke Shaw, Timothy Fosu-Mensah, Diogo Dalot and Angel Gomes all currently out.

StarTimes Nigeria has assured subscribers of exclusive live broadcast games of the Europa League matches and other thrilling sporting actions.