Bayern Leverkusen vs Rangers Watch Live 17:55 BST
Steven Gerrard’s side faces an uphill to progress to quarterfinals having lost 3-1 at home before the pandemic break. The two away goal margin means that for rangers to qualify they have to score 3 or more goals. Inter Millan booked their quarterfinal spot yesterday and awaits the winner between the two with Bayern Leverkusen with an upper hand and at home.
Summer arrivals are not eligible for rangers, glen Kamara suspended and defender Nikola Katic is out injured. Leverkusen has two players suspended Demirbay and Mitchel Weiser while Amiri is in quarantine after contact with coronavirus victim.
Gerrard is hoping to start on a front foot by urging his team score early and every player is expected to give everything for the game. His counterpart Peter Bosz of Leverkusen said even with an upper hand the football changes and expects his team to perform even better than the first leg. Rangers haven’t conceded in their friendly build-up game towards this match.
Sevilla who finished fourth in La Liga are the tournament’s specialists, having won it five times including two Uefa Cups all in the past 15 years. This will be a one side knockout face after they failed to play their first leg due to pandemic break.
Roma, who finished fifth in Serie A, needs to win the Europa League to qualify for next season’s Champions League. They haven’t registered the man united center back Chris smalling after his loan contract ended at the end of July.
With the games being played behind closed doors the wolves manager Nuno Santos expressed his sad feeling towards fans not able to enjoy the match at Molineux stadium. His side plays Olympiakos a team that eliminated fellow premier league team Arsenal and after a 1-1 draw in Greece.
Wolves have no injuries and the boss will field the strongest possible team with the hope of qualifying to the quarter-finals. Unfortunately, Olympiakos will be without their first-choice goalkeeper after picking up a wrist injury.
Fc Basel vs Frankfurt live match 20:00 BST
Basel lead 3-0 on aggregate meaning Frankfurt will have to score 4 or more goals. Basel will host the match and the former Uefa Cup winners Eintracht Frankfurt (1980). The winner of the tie will face either Wolfsburg or Shakhtar Donetsk in the next stage of the tournament, and while the tie looks to be beyond them, Eintracht is unbeaten in their last four competitive games and will be sure to fight all the way.
It’s eight games on home soil without defeat in all competitions for Basel and their Europa League home record is even more impressive. The Swiss side has won their last six Europa League games at home, conceding just three goals.
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