Frankfurt vs Arsenal Live Stream & TV Channel UEFA Europa League 2019

Frankfurt vs Arsenal Live Stream & TV Channel UEFA Europa League 2019 Full HD

Frankfurt vs Arsenal Live Stream & TV Channel UEFA Europa League 2019 Full HD

Frankfurt vs Arsenal Live Stream & TV Channel UEFA Europa League 2019 Full HD

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Eintracht Frankfurt saw a welcome return of European action as they qualified for the Europa League last season, and it was a campaign full of promise for this talented German side.

They made it all the way to the semi-finals of the competition before finally being eliminated by eventual winners Chelsea

so there’s plenty to be hopeful about coming into a new season of Europa League action.

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The Bundesliga side have already had plenty of chance to warm up for the start of the group stages

playing their part in 3 qualifying ties and breezing past the likes of Flora, Vaduz, and Strasbourg.

They will definitely fancy their chances in this group too, and with Arsenal looking a bit vulnerable at the moment, they will even be aiming for the top spot.

The Gunners showed their vulnerability yet again at the weekend as they drew 2-2 with Watford, a result which could have been a lot worse.

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They allowed Watford a host of chances at Vicarage Road, and the hosts racked up over 30 shots on the Arsenal goal in total.

This extends Arsenal’s winless run to 3 matches, and it’s clear that Unai Emery hasn’t managed to patch up a back line

that ultimately cost them a top 4 spot last season. They have already conceded 8 competitive goals this season, shipping 5 in their 3 away games.

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Emery’s men have now kept just 3 clean sheets in their last 14 competitive away days

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and they’re facing an Eintracht Frankfurt side with a formidable home record.

The Germans have won all 5 competitive home games this season and haven’t lost an Europa League tie on their own turf since 2006.

They have won 8 of their 10 Europa League home games since the start of last season, so they’ll definitely fancy their chances here.

Arsenal, meanwhile, have lost 10 of their last 20 competitive matches away from the Emirates, and even with their run to the Europa League Final

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