Prediction of the Europa League Arsenal vs Slavia Prague: Moncer's supplies for the host

Arsenal vs Slavia Prague
Arsenal vs Slavia Prague
SCHEDULE
TIME
MATCH :
Arsenal vs Slavia Prague
TOURNAMENT
Europa League - Quarter-Final
DATE:
Friday, April 9 2021
TIME:
 12:30 midnight Indian time
STADIUM:
Emirates Stadium

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Match Finished

Arsenal | 1 - 1 | Slavia Prague 

  Lineup
Arsenal 
Arsenal XI:  
Leno, Bellerin, Holding, Gabriel, Cedric, Partey, Xhaka, Saka, Smith Rowe, Willian, Lacazette. 
 Lineup
Slavia Prague
Slavia Prague XI: 
Kolar, Bah, Holes, Zima, Boril, Hromada, Provod, Stanciu, Oscar, Olayinka, Sima.
Match Preview
 Arsenal will host Slavia Prague at the Emirates Stadium in the first leg of the Europa League quarter-final on Friday (9/4/2021) at 12:30 midnight Indian time. The Gunners have a good record when they met the representative of the Czech Republic.

Prior to this, Arsenal and Slavia Prague had only met in the 2007/2008 Champions League group stage. At the inaugural meeting, Arsenal crushed Slavia Prague with a score of 7-0 at the Emirates Stadium.

Cesc Fabregas and Theo Walcott scored two goals apiece, while Alexander Hleb and Nicklas Bendtner scored one goal. The other goal was scored by an opposing player.

In the second meeting, they played a goalless draw in Prague. At that time, Arsenal finished second behind Sevilla, while Slavia Prague finished third and were thrown into the Europa League.

Now, 14 years later, Arsenal and Slavia Prague are meeting again. They will fight in the Europa League quarter-finals. The first leg will be held at the Emirates Stadium, where the Gunners beat their opponents by seven goals without reply.

On paper, Arsenal is actually the favorites to win. It's just that the London Cannon Team is in a pretty dubious condition.

The reason is, Arsenal is without a win in the last three matches. In the Premier League last weekend, the team made by Mikel Arteta even changed Liverpool at home to three goals without reply.

Arsenal was determined to get up when serving Slavia Prague. However, the visitors who are unbeaten in the last 21 matches are definitely not easy opponents. Can the Gunners win in the first leg?

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