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Europa League round of 32 2nd leg preview

UEFA Europa League round of 32 second leg preview: Team news and key games

February 26, 2020 By Ali M.
The likes of Arsenal, Man United, Wolves, and Rangers will be looking to book their ticket to the last 16. Check out our match preview for more info.

2019/20 UEFA Europa League round of 32 second-leg fixtures -- Time and date

Wednesday, February 26, 2020

  • Sporting Braga vs Rangers at 12:00 ET/17:00 GMT

Thursday, February 27, 2020

  • Basel vs APOEL at 12:55 ET/17:55 GMT

  • Espanyol vs Wolverhampton Wanderers at 12:55 ET/17:55 GMT

  • Gent vs Roma at 12:55 ET/17:55 GMT

  • İstanbul Başakşehir vs Sporting CP at 12:55 ET/17:55 GMT

  • LASK Linz vs AZ at 12:55 ET/17:55 GMT

  • Malmö FF vs Wolfsburg at 12:55 ET/17:55 GMT

  • Porto vs Bayer Leverkusen at 12:55 ET/17:55 GMT

  • Ajax vs Getafe at 15:00 ET/20:00 GMT

  • Arsenal vs Olympiakos Piraeus at 15:00 ET/20:00 GMT

  • Benfica vs Shakhtar Donetsk at 15:00 ET/20:00 GMT

  • Celtic vs København at 15:00 ET/20:00 GMT

  • Internazionale vs Ludogorets at 15:00 ET/20:00 GMT

  • Manchester United vs Club Brugge at 15:00 ET/20:00 GMT

  • Salzburg vs Eintracht Frankfurt at 15:00 ET/20:00 GMT

  • Sevilla vs CFR Cluj at 15:00 ET/20:00 GMT

Team news/injures

Man United vs Club Brugge

Out: Pogba, Rashford (Man United); Diatta, Balanta (Club Brugge)

Doubt: Tuanzebe (Man United)

Arsenal vs Olympiakos

Out: Soares, Chambers, Tierney (Arsenal); Soudani, Semedo (Olympiakos)

Doubt: Mari, Kolasinac (Arsenal)

FC Porto vs Bayer Leverkusen

Out: Kevin Volland (Bayer Leverkusen)

Doubt: Pepe (Porto)

Braga vs Rangers

Out: Eduardo, Tormena (Braga); Morelos, Helander, Defoe, Jones, Flanagan (Rangers)

Doubt: Wallace (Braga); Barisic (Rangers)


Arsenal are one of several English clubs looking to book their spot in the last 16 when they host Olympiakos on Thursday. The Gunners came away with a 1-0 win from Greece and boast an excellent home record against their round of 32 opponents.

Man United, meanwhile, still have work cut out for them. The Red Devils drew 1-1 at Club Brugge and will have to secure a win or a goalless or 1-1 draw in order to secure progression. Fortunately, the Manchester giants boast the home advantage.

Wolves boast a 4-0 lead from the first leg against Espanyol and are well on their way to the next round bar an embarrassing collapse. Rangers, meanwhile, will travel to Braga after their remarkable 3-2 comeback victory over the Portuguese side.

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