Arsenal host Eintracht Frankfurt in the Europa League with the pressure rising on Unai Emery. The Spaniard edged towards the exit with a draw at home to Southampton at the weekend.

With Spurs revitalised under Jose Mourinho, attention is fixed on the Emirates and the potential for a mid-season change. The Gunners hold a four-point lead over the Germans and Standard Liege in Group F with a point enough to advance to the last 32.

Follow all the action live below.



Arsenal 0 – 0 Eintracht Frankfurt

 

6 mins: Kostic tries to slide a ball into the box and wins a corner for Frankfurt. The ball comes into the box and David Luiz heads the ball away and Arsenal clear it.


Arsenal 0 – 0 Eintracht Frankfurt

 

3 mins: Ronnow makes a terrible clearance for Frankfurt and gives the ball to Saka. He brings it back to the box but is unaware of Abraham behind him who comes and wins the ball before he can shoot.


Arsenal 0 – 0 Eintracht Frankfurt

 

Kick off:The match gets underway. Willock performs a lovely turn in midfield and runs the ball to the edge of the box before losing possession


Finally, Arsenal kick off in a few minutes time against Eintracht Frankfurt. Here’s the team that Unai Emery has named: 

 

FULL TIME


Braga 3 – 3 Wolves

 

90+4 mins: It’s a draw as the final whistle goes. Both teams will be going through to the knockout stages. 

 

Braga remain top of the group with Wolves trailing by just one point. The European adventure continues for Wolves.


Braga 3 – 3 Wolves

 

90 mins: Four minutes added on. Four minutes for Wolves to nick a winner.


Braga 3 – 3 Wolves

 

87 mins: Neto wins Wolves another corner. Moutinho whips it into the box but it is headed away and Braga counter attack. Galeno tries to play the ball into Fransergio but it drifts into Rui Patricio.


Braga 3 – 3 Wolves

 

84 mins: Cutrone almost comes close for Wolves as a ball from the left is sent into the six-yard box. He only needs to tap the ball at goal to score but he misses it!


Braga 3 – 3 Wolves

 

81 mins: Wolves will be gutted. They played brilliantly in the first half but are being played off the park in the closing stages of the match. They’re finding it really difficult to keep the ball and Braga have their tails up.

 

 

GOAL!


Braga 3 – 3 Wolves – Fransergio

 

79 mins: GOAL! Coady heads the corner away but it comes back to out to the wing. Braga put the ball back into the box where Fransergio wins a header at the near post and beats Rui Patricio to draw Braga level.


Braga 2 – 3 Wolves

 

75 mins: Vinagre comes on for the final 15 minutes and he replaces Adama Traore. 

 

Pedro Neto is sent into the box with a long ball and he hits the deck after colliiding with Sequeira. 

 

No penalty says the referee.


Braga 2 – 3 Wolves

 

72 mins: Traore is brought down close to Braga’s box. Moutinho places the ball on the floor and hits the wall when he sends it into the box. The ball is deflected and goes out for a goal kick.

SUBS


Braga 2 – 3 Wolves

 

69 mins: Raul Jimenez is getting a chorus of jeers as he slowly walks of the pitch when being replaced by Pedro Neto.

 

The home fans certainly believe their team can get back into the game. 


Braga 2 – 3 Wolves

 

66 mins: That was sloppy defending from Wolves and good play from Braga. We’re in for an interesting end to this match. Can Wolves hold on?

GOAL!


Braga 2 – 3 Wolves – Paulinho

 

64 mins: GOAL! Wilson Eduardo drives forward with the ball and sends it to Galeno on the left of the box. He does well to beat Doherty and square the ball to Paulinho who taps in to score.


Braga 1 – 3 Wolves

 

57 mins: Wolves looks very composed on and off the ball. Wilson Eduardo comes on for Braga as Wallace is subbed off due to injury.

 

Wolves are in control and at this rate will be heading through to the round of 32.


Braga 1 – 3 Wolves

 

54 mins: Wolves win a free kick in a dangerous area. Moutinho steps over the ball and leaves it to Neves who boots it over the crossbar. He’s not happy with himself after that attempt. 

Here’s everything you need to know about the game.​

Team news

Arsenal are set to be without Dani Ceballos, Sead Kolasinac and Bukayo Saka, who are all struggling with injuries. Emile Smith Rowe will not feature having been moved to the U23s squad for their fixture against Villarreal yesterday.

Frankfurt are without long-term absentees Marco Russ and Kevin Trapp.

When is it?

The match is on Thursday 28 November.

When does it kick-off?

The match gets underway at 8:00pm.

How can I watch the match?

The match will be available to watch and stream on BT Sport 2 and the BT Sport App.

What are the odds?

Arsenal to win: 10/11

Draw: 12/5

Eintracht to win: 15/5

Prediction:

Arsenal have been utterly listless in recent weeks and, although that will have had less of a damning impact on the morale of their exciting crop of academy graduates, the increased pressure on the manager and eerie atmosphere at the stadium will make it hard for them to grind out an uplifting result.

Arsenal 1-1 Eintracht



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