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UEFA Europa League 2021 Round of 32 fixtures, Lineups and live streams

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Who’s ready for some Europa League action? Who will go through the UEFA Europa League 2021 Round of 32 all the way to the final and win the prestigious trophy to gain a spot in next season’s Champions League? Follow us below as we take a look at the 2020-21 Europa League Round of 32 fixtures.

UEFA Europa League 2021 Round of 32

is finally here and we have our schedules completely full as we are now able to enjoy intense matches every day of the week. With the best of the best competing in the Champions League Round of 16, there is still good football left to watch in other top competitions in Europe, namely the Europa League, where some of the world’s best and oldest clubs challenge for one of the most prestigious titles in the continent.

Many inside and outside of Europe are surely excited for the start of this year’s knock-out stages and have been looking to get all the information possible about the 2020/21 UEL Round of 32 matches. That is why we have provided below everything you might need to know about the games that go down each week, as the competition gains more intensity and the rivalries get more and more serious every day.

If you are planning on catching the games via UEFA Europa League 2020/21 Round of 32 live streams, you can do so through DAZN, beIN Sports Connect, Virgin TV Go, and the BT Sport app.

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Are you excited for more thrilling European football? Then stay with us as we give you an overview of everything you need to know about the UEFA Europa League 2021 Round of 32. The teams have already gone through their first leg and we have witnessed a number of amazing games with exhilarating scorelines. How will the teams fare in the second leg of the competition?

Tottenham v Wolfsberger AC

  • Date: Wednesday, 24 February

  • Time: 17:00 GMT

  • Aggregate: 4-1

There was a time in this season’s Premier League when many believed

Tottenham

had finally turned into title contenders as they had jumped up the league table to the first spot. But since then Mourinho’s side have proven the believers wrong as they currently sit ninth on the league table, with the title quite out of their reach. While their hopes for winning the Premier League have been dashed, there is still a chance for them to challenge for the

UEFA Europa League 2021 Round of 32

.

According to the Europa League 2021 Round of 32 draw, Tottenham were supposed to go up against Wolfsberg, whom they managed to crush 4-1 in the first leg alone. Now, they are to meet again in the second leg of this round, with the aggregate already against Wolsfberg, as the climb seems almost impossible. Of course while anything is possible in the world of football,

Wolfsberger AC

are going to need an absolute miracle to reach the Spurs.

Ajax v Lille

  • Date: Thursday, 25 February

  • Time: 17:55 GMT

  • Aggregate: 2-1

One cannot simply forget that

Ajax

spent more than €22 million to bring in Sebastien Haller, the most expensive signing in Ajax history, only for the striker to be left out of the competition’s Round of 32 due to an administrative error. Of course despite this unfortunate mistake, the Dutch club managed well through the first leg of the

UEFA Europa League 2021 Round of 32

, as they won 2-1 away against Lille.

Now, Ajax will be hosting

Lille

on Thursday, with the French side more than motivated to turn the tides in their favor and complete a comeback. Erik Ten Hag’s side have won all of their last five league games, and they are currently top of the Eredivisie league table with 56 points and a game in hand above PSV Eindhoven. The UEL 2020-21 Round of 32 line ups for the second leg are yet to be announced, but little to no change should be expected in Ajax’s squad and tactics.

Napoli v Granada

  • Date: Thursday, 25 February

  • Time: 17:55 GMT

  • Aggregate: 0-2

Even though La Liga’s reign of power in Europe seems to have deteriorated over the course several years since Cristiano Ronaldo’s departure and with many of the league’s stars retiring, it seems that La Liga clubs are still some of the most powerful and formidable sides in the continent, as

Granada

, who are currently ninth in La Liga, have managed to win 2-0 at home against Napoli, who have been going through quite a rough patch this season.

The Italian side will have a difficult time completing a comeback to win against Granada this week, but anything can be expected from the

2020-21 Europa League Round of 32 fixtures

, as we have already seen some surprises in the first leg of the stage.

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Shakhtar Donetsk v M. Tel-Aviv

  • Date: Thursday, 25 February

  • Time: 17:55 GMT

  • Aggregate: 2-0

Even though

Shakhtar Donetsk

have never been much of a Champions League contender, they are a formidable side in the Europa League, and Maccabi Tel Aviv have gotten into a David versus Goliath situation, where they need to be at their best to comeback from a 2-0 deficit and somehow beat the odds and win on aggregate, which will be specially difficult due to the fact that they lost their home game against the Ukranian side.

Of course if Shkakhtar managed to score two goals away in the first leg of the UEFA Europa League 2021 Round of 32, then Tel Aviv can in theory score as many goals as well.

Rangers v Antwerp

  • Date: Thursday, 25 February

  • Time: 17:55 GMT

  • Aggregate: 4-3

Next competing in the UEFA Europa League 2021 Round of 32 are

Rangers

and

Antwerp

, who will be going head to head for the second leg after quite a thrilling first leg last week, which ended 4-3 as Rangers managed to gain a slight lead away from home. Steven Gerrard’s Rangers have been absolutely phenomenal this season, as Scottish club have already managed to get an impressive 82 points in 30 games, only dropping eight points so far. They have also enjoyed quite a fruitful season, finding the net more than 70 times in the Scottish Premiership.

While Rangers are sailing through towards the league title, Antwerp are struggling to catch Club Brugge in the Belgian Pro League. Of course that does not mean that the Belgian club are going through a rough patch, as they are more than capable of completing a shock comeback against Steven Gerrard’s side. This will definitely be one of the most exciting

2020/21 UEL Round of 32 matches

this week.

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Arsenal v Benfica

  • Date: Thursday, 25 February

  • Time: 17:55 GMT

  • Aggregate: 1-1

As one of the tightest 2020-21 Europa League Round of 32 fixtures, the

Arsenal

versus

Benfica

clash is quite difficult to predict. The Gunners are currently sitting tenth in the Premier League, behind Jose Mourinho’s Tottenham. They have been struggling since the very beginning of the season, and yearn for their good old fourth spot. Even though Benfica are currently fourth in the Primeira Liga, they are a long way behind league leaders Sporting CP, and have their eyes on the UEFA Europa League 2021 Round of 32, as they aim to qualify for the next round.

Hoffenheim v Molde

  • Date: Thursday, 25 February

  • Time: 17:55 GMT

  • Aggregate: 3-3

Molde versus Hoffenheim was one of the most thrilling and rousing 2020/21 UEL Round of 32 matches, as both teams managed to score 3 goals and give the viewers a hard-to-forget experience. We can only hope that their second leg can be as exciting, as

Hoffenheim

are set to host the Eliteserien side this Thursday.

Of course while the Norwegian club were the official hosts, they did not have the benefit of their own field, as the match venue was moved to the Estadio de la Ceramica in Villarreal. Those looking to catch the

UEFA Europa League 2020/21 Round of 32 live streams

can have a look at DAZN, beIN Sports Connect and BTSport.

Villarreal v RB Salzburg

  • Date: Thursday, 25 February

  • Time: 17:55 GMT

  • Aggregate: 2-0

Villarreal

will be hosting

RB Salzburg

in the UEFA Europa League 2021 Round of 32 second leg after an intense 1-1 draw with Athletic Bilbao in La Liga. While Bilbao players have certainly burned a lot of energy in league match, they will be more than motivated to keep their 2-0 away lead against RB Salzburg, as they aim to qualify for the next round in the competition.

They have hit quite an odd rough patch in the league lately, as they have drawn four of their last five league games, while losing the other one. Unai Emery will be planning on at least getting the same result and drawing against Salzburg, which will be a one-way ticket to the Round of 16.

Leicester City v Slavia Praha

  • Date: Thursday, 25 February

  • Time: 20:00 GMT

  • Aggregate: 0-0

The first leg of the

Leicester City

versus

Slavia Praha

UEFA Europa League 2021 Round of 32 was kind of a disappointment, as both clubs drew blanks with the match ending 0-0. But with one leg out of the way without fruition, the second leg will solely play decisive role as even draw other than 0-0 will take Slavia Praha to the next round. The Foxes are certainly in a good mood after their 2-1 win against Aston Villa in the Premier League, and will be aiming to see this one out as well and even challenge for the trophy.

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Milan v Crvena Zvezda

  • Date: Thursday, 25 February

  • Time: 20:00 GMT

  • Aggregate: 2-2

AC Milan

will go into the UEFA Europa League 2021 Round of 32 second leg match against

Crvena Zvezda

quite angrily and with a lot of intensity, as they will be aiming to cool off after their 3-0 defeat to Inter in the Serie A, which might have diminished the Rossoneri’s hopes for winning the Scudetto after such a long time.

Serbian SuperLiga leaders Crveba Zvezda have won all five of their last five league matches, and will be hoping to get in front early in the game or at least end the full 90 minutes with the scoreline being 2-2 once again, as anything less than that would see the Serbian side out of the competition.

Milan have hit a rough patch lately, with them losing three of their last five league games, while only winning two. We will have to see if they can once again turn the tides in their favor and go through to the next round in the Europa League.

Club Brugge v Dynamo Kyiv

  • Date: Thursday, 25 February

  • Time: 20:00 GMT

  • Aggregate: 1-1

The

Europa League 2021 Round of 32 draw

has undoubtedly worked its magic, as Belgium’s top team go up against Ukraine’s top club.

Club Brugge

managed to score an away goal and snatch a draw against

Dynamo Kyiv

last week as the match ended 1-1. They will be aiming to at least keel a clean sheet so that they can go through to the next round. Both teams are equally lethal and formidable, and it is quite difficult to distinguish the two. We surely have a thrilling match awaiting us this Thursday at 8 pm.

Manchester United v Real Sociedad

  • Date: Thursday, 25 February

  • Time: 20:00 GMT

  • Aggregate: 4-0

Manchester United have been the surprise of the season thanks to the brilliance of none other than

Bruno Fernandes

, who has single-handedly managed to turn the odds in his club’s favor since joining them in the winter of 2020. One thing is sure about the

UEL 2020-21 Round of 32 line ups

for the second leg of the match between

Manchester United

and Real Sociedad, and that is the fact that Bruno Fernandes will definitely feature for the Red Devils, as he was the one who inspired his team to an emphatic 4-0 away win against the Spanish side.

Real Sociedad are obviously going to need a miracle to overturn the deficit, as they will need at least four goals and a clean sheet only to go into the extra time. The La Liga side are currently fifth in the league and are certainly aiming for a top-four finish, hoping for a slip from Sevilla so that they can move up the ladder.

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Roma v Braga

  • Date: Thursday, 25 February

  • Time: 20:00 GMT

  • Aggregate: 2-0

Roma

have already gotten themselves a sweet and solid 2-0 lead against

Braga

and will be aiming to keep a clean sheet and even add to their lead as they host the Primeira Liga side this Thursday. The Portuguese side lost the first leg at home with a goal coming from Edin Dzeko in the fifth minute of the match, as Borja Mayoral managed to add another at the 86th minute after Braga lost Ricardo Esgaio to a red card early in the second half.

Carlos Carvalhal will surely be working on his squad’s shooting accuracy, as only one of the nine shots was on target in the first leg of the UEFA Europa League 2021 Round of 32.

Leverkusen v Young Boys

  • Date: Thursday, 25 February

  • Time: 20:00 GMT

  • Aggregate: 3-4

It seems that Swiss Super League side

BSC Young Boys

are not ones to mess with, as they are currently top of their league with a massive 50 points. But despite their 4-3 win over

Bayer Leverkusen

in the Round of 32 first leg, they should be wary of their rivals, as they managed to score three goals on away grounds. Leverkusen, who are currently fifth in Bundesliga, will host Ypung Boys on Thursday, aiming to at least score a goal and keep a clean sheet to qualify for the next round with ease.

Dinamo Zagreb v Krasnodar

  • Date: Thursday, 25 February

  • Time: 20:00 GMT

  • Aggregate: 3-2

Dinamo Zagreb

and

Krasnodar

will go head to head this Thursday as both teams are more than motivated to grab a win and qualify for the next round of the UEFA Europa League. Of course Dinamo Zagreb seem to have the upper hand as they managed to get an early 3-2 lead in the first leg away against Krasnodar. But they can’t take it easy as anything is possible in football. The Russian side will be hoping to complete a comeback Croatia’s top club, who are battling the likes of Osijek and HNK Gorica for the 1. HNL title.

The UEFA Europa League 2020/21 Round of 32 live streams for second leg of the match between Dinamo Zagreb and Krasnodar will be available on DAZN, beIN Connect and Blue Sport.

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PSV v Olympiacos

  • Date: Thursday, 25 February

  • Time: 20:00 GMT

  • Aggregate: 2-4

PSV

were caught off guard as they lost the first leg of the Europa League Round of 32 against

Olympiacos

. The Greek Super League side managed to put four past PSV goalkeeper and conceded two goals themselves. While they are technically in front going into the second leg, PSV’s two away goals are more valuable than one would think, as they can still complete a comeback simply by scoring two goals and keeping a clean sheet.

Of course as the UEL 2020-21 Round of 32 line ups for this match suggest, this will not be an easy job, as the same squad concede four goals in the away match. Everything is set for a thrilling showdown between the two clubs, as we wait to see who emerges victorious in the end.

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