European League 2020/21 Round of 16: Preview, matches, TV and live broadcast schedule

The European League returns with the second leg of the Round of 16 scheduled for Thursday.

Arsenal are well placed to reach the quarter-finals after taking a 3-1 lead over Olympiacos in the opposite match.

Arsenal is sweating due to the fitness of Bocayo Saka, who pulled out with a hamstring problem against Tottenham Hotspur last week.

Tottenham are also fond of qualifying for the quarter-finals when they travel to Dynamo Zagreb with a double goal advantage.

However, Heung-Min Son (injury) and Pierre Emil Hogeberg (suspension) will definitely miss the match.

Manchester United face a tough test in their showdown against Milan after their 1-1 draw at Old Trafford last week.

The Red Devils have to score at least once in Milan in order for them to have any chance to advance to the next round.

Rangers also drew 1-1 in their confrontation with Slavia Prague but had an advantage at home in the second leg.

Granada, Rome, Villarreal and Ajax all look well ahead of their confrontations.

Europa League round of 16 of the second leg matches

Thursday, March 18th

Arsenal-Olympiacos (3-1)
Molde – Granada (0-2)
Dynamo Zagreb-Tottenham Hostor (0-2)
Shakhtar Donetsk – Rome (0-3)
Milan-Manchester United (1-1)
Villarreal-Dynamo Kiev (2-0).
Young Boys vs Ajax (0-3)
Rangers – Slavia Prague (1-1)

BT Sport will broadcast all the matches of the 16th round live via its various channels.

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