After a diabolical performance in Kazakhstan on Thursday, Scotland will be hoping for redemption against San Marino at the San Marino Stadium.
With the winner of this competition gaining entry to next season’s Champions League, this is must win for Arsenal and Chelsea in terms of easing their pressure of needing a top four league finish.
With first four knockout first leg ties done in Champions League, attention now switches to Europa League where Arsenal, Celtic and Chelsea are all in action.
With Arsenal and Chelsea already through, the Glaswegians take centre stage as Celtic need just a point to join the English pair.
This week’s Europa League action sees the knockout places begin to fill up as Arsenal and Chelsea look to wrap up their groups as winners.
This week’s Europa League action sees the Group Stage return legs kick off with a reverse of Matchday Three.
This week’s Europa League sees some huge clashes as the knockout contenders start to become clear in each group, as Arsenal, Celtic, Chelsea and Rangers aim to continue their title bids.
With the second round of Champions League Group Stage action over, its time for Europa League to take centre stage.
With the opening round of Champions League group games done, attention now turns to the Europa League with four British teams in action.
Yesterday saw the Champions League Group Stage draw take place but attention now switched to Europa League, where Arsenal, Celtic, Chelsea and Rangers learned who they will face in their groups.