ARSENAL have it all to do as they take on Slavia Prague in the second leg of their Europa League quarter-final.
The Gunners conceded a late equaliser in the first leg and face a Slavia side who haven't lost in any competition since December 10.
- Kick-off time: 8pm BST
- TV channel: BT Sport 1
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Of players still involved in the 2020-21 UEFA Europa League, only Roma’s Borja Mayoral (9) has been directly involved in more goals in the competition this season than Arsenal’s Nicolas Pépé (7 – 4 goals, 3 assists).
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And welcome to the live blog for Slavia Prague vs Arsenal!
The Czech side are heading into tonight's quarter-final second leg with an away goal advantage.
Tomas Holes scored a stoppage-time equaliser to tip the balance of the tie in Slavia Prague's favour, cancelling out Nicolas Pepe's opener.
Slavia Prague have proven to be hard to beat, and they've already seen off Scottish champions Rangers and Premier League high-flyers Leicester City in the knockout stages of the competition.
Some good news for the Gunners ahead of tonight's match is that striker Alexander Lacazette is in some fine form, scoring four in his last five league games.
In terms of team news, Ondrej Kudela misses tonight's game after being banned for 10 games for the racial incident involving Rangers' Glen Kamara.
Attacking players Peter Olayinka and top scorer Abdallah Sima could potentially miss out after missing the derby win at the weekend against league and city rivals, Sparta Prague.
As for Arsenal, Mikel Arteta will have academy duo Emile Smith Rowe and Bukayo Saka back in contention for selection.
But tonight's game does come too soon for defensive duo Kieran Tierney and David Luiz.
The teamsheets are due to be released in half an hour so don't go anywhere!
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