The UEFA Europa League and Conference League last 16 ties begin tonight as Manchester United, Arsenal and West Ham United are all in action.
Manchester United progressed via the play-off route after beating Barcelona 2-1 at Old Trafford to go through 4-3 on aggregate.
They were rewarded with a last-16 clash against Real Betis who are having an impressive season sitting 5th, 3 points behind the Champions League places in La Liga.
Arsenal will travel to Lisbon in Portugal as they face a stern test in Sporting CP who aren’t having the best season as they sit 4th in Primeira Liga.
West Ham United travel to Cyprus to face 2nd-placed AEK Larnaca who could give the struggling Hammers a few potential headaches.
Juventus will face Bundesliga side Freiburg, Paul Pogba will not be available for tonights match.
Paul Pogba has not been called up for Europa League game vs Freiburg due to disciplinary reasons 🚨⚪️⚫️🇫🇷 #UEL— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) March 9, 2023
No new injuries — but Pogba arrived late yesterday evening and he won’t be part of Juventus list. pic.twitter.com/Ag6CjW56Cb
What times are the games on?
- Union Berlin vs Union Saint-Gilloise – kick-off 5.45pm
- Bayer Leverkusen vs Ferencvaros – kick-off 5.45pm
- Roma vs Real Sociedad – kick-off 5.45pm
- Sporting Lisbon vs Arsenal – kick-off 5.45pm
- AEK Larnaca vs West Ham (ECL) – kick-off 5.45pm
- Juventus v Freiburg – kick-off 8pm
- Man Utd vs Real Betis – kick-off 8pm
- Sevilla vs Fenerbahce – kick-off 8pm
- Shakhtar Donetsk vs Feyenoord – kick-off 8pm
What channel are the matches on?
BT Sport will be the main broadcaster in the UK for the Europa League, you can watch on BT Sport 1, 2, 3, 4 and the extra channels.
It should be a highly entertaining night of action in the Europa League!