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Europa League: Arsenal, Chelsea take centre stage on StarTimes

In its usual manner of treating subscribers to an awesome football experience, StarTimes subscribers will continue to enjoy live matches from the Europa League today (Thursday) with Bate travelling to Arsenal and Chelsea hosting Malmo.
Rapid Wien visits Inter Milan at the Sansiro stadium in another cracker.
StarTimes Nigeria has assured subscribers of live broadcast games of the Europa League matches and other thrilling sporting actions on its ST World Football Channels 244 and 254 and ST Sport Premium channel 246.
Arsenal Manager, Unai Emery remains confident ahead of their second leg game with BATE Borisov at the Emirates, after they fell 1-0 to the Belarussian side on Thursday night, in the first leg of their Europa round of 32 tie.
Unai Emery made changes by bringing on Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, Lucas Torreira and Denis Suarez. But still looked laboured and slow in possession. Bate central midfielder, Stanislav Dragun, scored the only goal just before the break, to seal a shock victory for the hosts.
The gunners will need to win by at least two goals at Emirates Stadium this Thursday to stay in the Europa League, after a hugely-disappointing defeat to BATE Borisov.
Chelsea are no longer winning under the Italian coach, and are now out of the FA Cup following a 2-0 defeat at home to Manchester United just over a week after dropping out of the Premier League’s top four after a humiliating 6-0 loss at Manchester City.
Chelsea are no longer winning under the Italian coach, and are now out of the FA Cup following a 2-0 defeat at home to Manchester United just over a week after dropping out of the Premier League’s top four after a humiliating 6-0 loss at Manchester City.
Malmo’s aggressive and hard-working approach caused Chelsea problems in the last-32 first-leg clash, but the result looks a difficult one for the Swedes to overturn in the second leg. Chelsea’s midfielder Ross Barkley, and Olivier Giroud each scored as Chelsea beat Malmo 2-1 in their own fixture in Sweden.

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