Slavia Prague vs Arsenal predictions for Thursday’s Europa League clash at the Sinobo Stadium. The teams are level at 1-1 ahead of their quarter-final second-leg clash in the Czech Republic.
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Arsenal will endeavour to keep their prospects of European glory alive when they travel to Slavia Prague for the second leg of their Europa League quarter-final tie on Thursday evening.
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Arsenal will have anything but an easy task on Thursday evening when they travel to Czech capital to take on by far the best team in that country in the reverse game of the UEFA Europa League quarter-final.
Slavia Prague: Kolar; Bah, Holes, Zima, Boril; Hromada, Provod, Stanciu; Dorley, Sima, Olayinka
Arsenal: Leno; Chambers, Holding, Gabriel, Cedric; Xhaka, Partey; Pepe, Ceballos, Martinelli; Lacazette
Slavia Prague vs Arsenal
UEFA Europa League
Date: Thursday, 15 April 2021
Kick-Off at 20.00 UK
Venue: Sinobo Stadium, Prague.
Slavia Prague vs Arsenal Head-to-head
- The two sides have met each other just twice before the last week’s game at Emirates Stadium.
- Slavia Prague haven’t lost a competitive home game since November 2019.
- Arsenal have won only one of their last four matches.
- The clashes happened in the 2007/08 UEFA Champions League when Arsenal won the home fixture 7-0 and drew the second 0-0.
- The first leg of this Europa League quarter-final happened just as we expected. Slavia defended very well throughout the whole match, letting the Gunners get no more than two shots on target.
Slavia Prague vs Arsenal Prediction
Slavia Prague conceded just 15 goals in 26 Czech Liga games this season and they have been very tough to break down in Europa League as well.
The Gunners had taken an 86th minute lead through Pepe in London, though Slavia notched a deserved equalizer in injury time to earn a share of the spoils and a solid first-leg result.
Arsenal ended a four-match winless run with a routine 3-0 victory at bottom club Sheffield United on Sunday, though the Gunners will need to reach even loftier heights to get a result in Prague this week.