Arsenal vs Benfica live preview: How to watch on TV, kick off time & prediction

Arsenal vs Benfica live preview: How to watch on TV, kick off time & prediction

Arsenal vs SL Benfica live score and online video streaming will start on 25 February 2021 at 17:55 UTC at the UEFA Europa League Georgios Karaiskakis Stadium in Piraeus, Greece. Here on SofaScorelivescore you can find all previous Arsenal vs SL Benfica results based on head-to-head comparison. Links to Arsenal vs. SL Benfica video highlights will be collected in the Media tab for the most popular matches as soon as video appears on video hosting sites like Youtube and Dailymotion. We are not responsible for video content. For legal complaints, contact the owner of the video file or the host.

Event details:

Name: Arsenal vs SL Benfica
Date: February 25, 2021
Time: 17:55 UTC
Location: Georgias Karaiskakis, Piraeus, Greece

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For Arsenal, the Europa League means everything this season, and we need to have a stronger show against Benfica at Karaiskakis Stadium on Thursday 25 February (25 February 2021).

Arsenal-Benfica is one of 16 groups of 32, 2 stage matches scheduled on Wednesday and Thursday 24 and 25 February. If you want to watch cable TV, you will be limited to broadcasting in Spanish on TUDN, Galavision and Unimas. These can be streamed on fuboTV.

Arsenal team news

Arsenal missed Thomas Partey again and Rob Holding joined him as a spectator after a concussion in his defeat to Manchester City.

Arteta should make some changes to the starting side of the city. That is, Gabriel and David Lewis could start from behind.

Benfica team news

As for Benfica, I’m not worried about any new injuries, but as this time I only have to score, Jesus should change the form of his team. I could see Rafa Silva and Everton starting from the team, because it was most likely a 4-4-2.

Arsenal vs Benfica prediction

The Gunners can now look forward to a tough fight. On Arsenal’s away goals in the first leg, Benfica have to leave the fighting block to score and can offer a real threat to show a lot of aggressive talent. Arteta’s bottom line will have to focus and be strong against tricks like Everton and Silva, the power of the top Darwin Núñez and the main midfielder Pizzi.

As long as the Gunners are compact on the defensive, Arteta’s men must fantasize to make progress. Martin Odergard, Emile Smith Rowe, Bukayo Saka and Dani Ceballos were all impressed with the first leg and were able to prove too much for Aguilas to handle.

Prediction: Arsenal 2-1 Benfica

Arsenal vs Benfica Predicted lineups

Arsenal: Reno; Bellerin, Gabriel, Lewis, Tierney; Ceballos, Shaka; Saka, Odegor, Smith Rowe; Aubameyan

Benfica: late; Gilbert, Otamendi, Vertonghen, Grimaldo; Silva, Weigl, Pizzi, Everton; Waldschmidt, Nunez

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