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The UEFA Europa League and Conference League rounds of 16 are coming up, with some tasty clashes planned against Manchester United, West Ham and Arsenal in the pursuit of silver.

Manchester United will play La Liga Real Betis after knocking out Barcelona 4-3 in two knockout rounds, while Arsenal will face Sporting CP after the latter beat Midtjylland “.

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Union Berlin survived the Ajax challenge and will now have to face another union, the Belgian Union Saint-Gilloise, while Juventus survived Nantes and will play Freiburg in the Bundesliga.

Jose Mourinho’s Roma are also still playing after losing to Salzburg in the first leg. And Loopy now gets a very tricky Real Sociedad on its way to the quarter-finals.

As for the UEFA Conference League, in the 1/8 finals of the Premier League “West Ham United” will meet the Cypriot AEK from Larnaca.

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The Europa League final will be held in Budapest and the Conference League final in Prague.

See below for details on the Europa League and Conference League, including how to view information, play-off draw, dates and schedule.

UEFA Europa League, Conference League, schedule, dates, how to watch

Dates: Round of 16 – Thursday, March 9th and Thursday, March 16th.
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How to watch: SEE, Paramount+

Schedule of the 1/8 finals of the UEFA Europa League

First leg of the 1/8 finals – Thursday, March 9

12:45 pm ET: Roma v Real Sociedad
12:45 pm ET: Bayer Leverkusen – Ferencváros
12:45 pm ET: Sporting Lisbon v Arsenal
12:45 pm ET: Union Berlin – Union Saint-Gilloise

3:00 pm ET: Juventus v Freiburg
3:00 pm ET: Manchester United v Real Betis – LIVE ANALYSIS
3:00 pm ET: Sevilla v Fenerbahce
3:00 pm ET: Shakhtar v Feyenoord.

Schedule of the 1/8 finals of the UEFA Conference League

First leg of the 1/8 finals – Thursday, March 9

Tuesday, March 7 at 12:45 pm ET: Lazio 1-2 Alkmaar (due to Lazio and Roma sharing the stadium)

12:45 pm ET: AEK Larnaca vs. West Ham United
12:45 pm ET: Anderlecht v Villarreal
12:45 pm ET: Sheriff Tiraspol v Nice

8:00 pm ET: Basel v Slovan Bratislava
20:00 ET: Fiorentina – Sivasspor
20:00 ET: Gent v Istanbul Basaksehir
8:00 pm ET: Lech Poznań vs. Djurgardens

The Premier League leaders will continue their search when Arsenal face Sporting CP in the Europa League round of 16 in Portugal on Thursday.

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The Gunners are five points clear of two-time defending champions Manchester City as they chase their first league title since 2004, all the while chasing their first European trophy since winning the 1993-94 European Cup Winners’ Cup.

Ahead of Thursday’s round of 16 first legs, Arsenal are the favorites to win the Europa League.

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Here’s everything you need to know ahead of the Sporting v Arsenal match.

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How to watch Sporting v Arsenal live, stream link and start time

Start: 12:45 pm ET, Thursday.
TV Channel/Broadcast: Paramount Plus
Updates: Via

Key storylines and star players

Star striker Gabriel Jesus has been out since the World Cup following knee surgery, but the Brazilian is close to making a comeback – so much so that coach Mikel Arteta didn’t go so far as to rule him out during Wednesday’s pre-match. press conference.

“News on the composition will be tomorrow. We have brought some players, tomorrow you will see who is free.

“We will try not to rush him, we will try to make a fair assessment between what he needs and when he is comfortable, and also give the team the momentum that they will definitely need in the next few weeks.

“Everything is going well, he also needs time to gain the confidence and the kind of physical condition that is necessary to compete with a free mind, and as soon as he can do this, we will leave him.”

Arsenal news, injuries, squad options

Out: Mohamed Elneni (kick) | QUESTION: Gabriel Jesus (knee), Leandro Trossar (groin), Eddie Nketiah (undisclosed)

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A busy Europa League quarter-final pitch provided the tournament with a juicy final eight, with several games as intriguing as Premier League giants Manchester United against La Liga’s Real Betis.

Manchester United thrashed Liverpool 7-0 over the weekend, but the Red Devils have just over a week to add a trophy to their silverware collection by beating Newcastle United in the League Cup.

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Betis are fifth in La Liga and will play a goalless draw against Real Madrid this weekend. The club last won the trophy at the 2021-22 Copa del Rey and would be delighted to add the continental crown to their trophy box.

Here’s everything you need to know ahead of Manchester United vs Real Betis.

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How to watch Manchester United vs Real Betis live, stream link and start time

Start: 3:00 pm ET Thursday
TV Channel/Broadcast: Paramount Plus
Updates: Via

Key storylines and star players

All Manchester United players will be watching their reactions to the brutal defeat at Anfield and Casemiro’s potential absence looks very serious. Marcus Rashford and Bruno Fernandes will be the keys to success.

Betis are living without Nabil Fekir and are eyeing 10-goal player Borge Iglesias, who leads the club in both goals and assists in La Liga. Brazilian playmaker Luis Enrique is also worth keeping an eye on as the 22-year-old continues to adjust to the level after rising through the ranks at Fluminese.

Manchester United Team News, Injuries, Squad Options

QUESTIONS: Casemiro (knocking), Victor Lindelof (another). NOT REMOVED: Donny van de Beek (knee), Christian Eriksen (ankle), Anthony Martial (groin), Mason Greenwood (investigation)

Real Betis team news, injuries, squad options

OUT: Nabik Fekir (ACL), Martin Montoya.


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