Arsenal vs Valencia

May 2, 2019
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Arsenal vs Valencia Live Stream UEFA Europa League Match

Arsenal vs Valencia Live Stream UEFA Europa League Match

Arsenal are set to start their 2018-19 premier league campaign with the opening match against champions Manchester City on Sunday, 12 August 2018 at Emirates. Arsenal will play another two games in August against Chelsea (18th August) and West Ham (25 August) followed by Cardiff City game on 02 September 2018. Arsenal’s Europa League campaign begins midway through September.

Arsenal vs Valencia

Arsenal vs Valencia, UEFA Europa League, Semifinals Live Stream Free : Arsenal face Valencia at the Emirates Stadium on Thursday in the first leg of their Europa League semi final clash.

Unai Emery’s men were handed the Spanish outfit in the semis after seeing off Napoli 3-0 on aggregate in their impressive quarter final success.

Valencia are currently sixth in La Liga and will certainly pose a threat to the Gunners, who avoided drawing ​Chelsea and Eintracht Frankfurt to face Marcelino García Toral’s men.

Team News

Arsenal will be without ​Aaron Ramsey, who picked up an injury in the quarter final clash with ​Napoli and may have played his ​last game for the club.

​Mesut Ozil and Nacho Monreal both missed Sunday’s Premier League clash with Leicester with foot and calf injuries respectively and are doubtful for Thursday’s clash.

Geoffrey Kondogbia is missing for Valencia with a thigh injury sustained in early April, with Denis Cheryshev still out with a stretched ligament. Francis Coquelin will miss out on a return to his former club after picking up his third booking of the season in the quarter final against Villarreal

Predicted Lineups​

Arsenal Cech; Maitland-Niles, Mustafi, Koscielny, Sokratis, Kolasinac; Torreira, Xhaka; Ozil; Aubameyang, Lacazette.

Valencia Neto; Wass, Gabriel, Roncaglia, Gaya; Torres, Parejo, Coquelin, Guedes; Rodrigo, Mina.

Head to Head Record

These two sides have locked horns on five previous occasions, with the results not making great viewing​ for Gunners supporters.

The first meeting between these two came back in 1980 UEFA European Cup Winners’ Cup, where a 0-0 draw ended with Valencia winning 5-4 on penalties to break Arsenal hearts.

Arsenal’s only win against Thursday’s opposition came in during the Champions League quarter finals in 2001 where they beat them 2-1 at home, but they were eliminated on away goals after Valencia won the reverse leg 1-0.

Recent Form

Arsenal are barely clinging on to their top four hopes in the ​Premier League after losing three consecutive games, conceding nine goals in the process.

Emery’s men lost back-to-back league games for the first time since the opening two matches of the season when they lost to Crystal Palace and Wolves respectively, before crumbling at Leicester on Sunday.

Valencia are firmly in the race for a top four finish in ​La Liga with some strong showings of late. Four successive wins, including their 5-1 aggregate success over ​Villarreal was followed by narrow defeats to Atletico Madrid and Eibar.

Here’s how each team has performed in their last five fixtures.

Arsenal vs Atletico Madrid (Friendly)

Date: Thursday, 26 July 2018 – Time: TBA

Venue: Singapore National Stadium

TV Channels: ArsenalTV (UK)

Arsenal vs PSG (Friendly)

Date: Saturday, 28 July 2018 – Time: TBA

Venue: Singapore National Stadium

TV Channels: ArsenalTV (UK)

Arsenal vs Chelsea (Friendly)

Date: Tuesday, 30 January 2018 – Time: 20:00 uk time

Venue: Friends Arena, Stockholm

TV Channels: ArsenalTV & ChelseaTV

Arsenal vs Manchester City (Premier League)

Date: Sunday, 12 August 018 – Time: 16:00 uk time

Venue: Emirates Stadium, London

TV Channels: SkySports (UK), NBC (US)

Prediction

Given their recent failings in the league, predicting which Arsenal will turn up on Thursday is anyone’s guess. However, if Emery’s team perform anything like they did in during their two-legged victory over Napoli then are few who will be concerned of the Gunners progressing to the final.

Their home form has been excellent this season yet they face a Valencia side with plenty of experience.

Los Ches won’t sit back and soak up pressure, they will be keen to grab an away goal and leave Arsenal with plenty to do at Mestalla. Their fine league form is no fluke, and there is a reason they’re in with a shout of securing a top four finish.

Arsenal are set to start their 2018-19 premier league campaign with the opening match against champions Manchester City on Sunday, 12 August 2018 at Emirates. Arsenal will play another two games in August against Chelsea (18th August) and West Ham (25 August) followed by Cardiff City game on 02 September 2018. Arsenal’s Europa League campaign begins midway through September.

Arsenal vs Valencia

Arsenal vs Valencia, UEFA Europa League, Semifinals Live Stream Free : Arsenal face Valencia at the Emirates Stadium on Thursday in the first leg of their Europa League semi final clash.

Unai Emery’s men were handed the Spanish outfit in the semis after seeing off Napoli 3-0 on aggregate in their impressive quarter final success.

Valencia are currently sixth in La Liga and will certainly pose a threat to the Gunners, who avoided drawing ​Chelsea and Eintracht Frankfurt to face Marcelino García Toral’s men.

Team News

Arsenal will be without ​Aaron Ramsey, who picked up an injury in the quarter final clash with ​Napoli and may have played his ​last game for the club.

​Mesut Ozil and Nacho Monreal both missed Sunday’s Premier League clash with Leicester with foot and calf injuries respectively and are doubtful for Thursday’s clash.

Geoffrey Kondogbia is missing for Valencia with a thigh injury sustained in early April, with Denis Cheryshev still out with a stretched ligament. Francis Coquelin will miss out on a return to his former club after picking up his third booking of the season in the quarter final against Villarreal

Predicted Lineups​

Arsenal Cech; Maitland-Niles, Mustafi, Koscielny, Sokratis, Kolasinac; Torreira, Xhaka; Ozil; Aubameyang, Lacazette.

Valencia Neto; Wass, Gabriel, Roncaglia, Gaya; Torres, Parejo, Coquelin, Guedes; Rodrigo, Mina.

Head to Head Record

These two sides have locked horns on five previous occasions, with the results not making great viewing​ for Gunners supporters.

The first meeting between these two came back in 1980 UEFA European Cup Winners’ Cup, where a 0-0 draw ended with Valencia winning 5-4 on penalties to break Arsenal hearts.

Arsenal’s only win against Thursday’s opposition came in during the Champions League quarter finals in 2001 where they beat them 2-1 at home, but they were eliminated on away goals after Valencia won the reverse leg 1-0.

Recent Form

Arsenal are barely clinging on to their top four hopes in the ​Premier League after losing three consecutive games, conceding nine goals in the process.

Emery’s men lost back-to-back league games for the first time since the opening two matches of the season when they lost to Crystal Palace and Wolves respectively, before crumbling at Leicester on Sunday.

Valencia are firmly in the race for a top four finish in ​La Liga with some strong showings of late. Four successive wins, including their 5-1 aggregate success over ​Villarreal was followed by narrow defeats to Atletico Madrid and Eibar.

Here’s how each team has performed in their last five fixtures.

Arsenal vs Atletico Madrid (Friendly)

Date: Thursday, 26 July 2018 – Time: TBA

Venue: Singapore National Stadium

TV Channels: ArsenalTV (UK)

Arsenal vs PSG (Friendly)

Date: Saturday, 28 July 2018 – Time: TBA

Venue: Singapore National Stadium

TV Channels: ArsenalTV (UK)

Arsenal vs Chelsea (Friendly)

Date: Tuesday, 30 January 2018 – Time: 20:00 uk time

Venue: Friends Arena, Stockholm

TV Channels: ArsenalTV & ChelseaTV

Arsenal vs Manchester City (Premier League)

Date: Sunday, 12 August 018 – Time: 16:00 uk time

Venue: Emirates Stadium, London

TV Channels: SkySports (UK), NBC (US)

Prediction

Given their recent failings in the league, predicting which Arsenal will turn up on Thursday is anyone’s guess. However, if Emery’s team perform anything like they did in during their two-legged victory over Napoli then are few who will be concerned of the Gunners progressing to the final.

Their home form has been excellent this season yet they face a Valencia side with plenty of experience.

Los Ches won’t sit back and soak up pressure, they will be keen to grab an away goal and leave Arsenal with plenty to do at Mestalla. Their fine league form is no fluke, and there is a reason they’re in with a shout of securing a top four finish.