UEFA Europa League English giants Manchester United and Arsenal will be among the favorites for the 2022-23 UEFA Europa League, which runs from September 2022 to May 2023.
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The second level of European football The winners of the UEFA Europa League will be promoted to the UEFA Champions League next season. German team Eintracht Frankfurt are the reigning champions, beating Rangers in last season’s finals.
Manchester United will be among the leaders of the title and won the UEL in 2016-17. England team-mates Arsenal will also be thinking of their chances.
Italy’s Roma, run by the mysterious Jose Mourinho, are UEFA European Conference League champions, the third tier of European football, and want to add UEL to their cabinet.
Roma won the Conference League final last season. The Netherlands team Feyenoord will also face the challenge of Real. Spanish Sociedad
UEL will welcome third-placed teams from the group stage of the UEFA Champions League for the knockout stages. which adds to the drama and may send in new contestants to compete for trophies.
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UEFA Europa League 2022-23 matchweek 3 schedule and live match start times in India
All times are Indian Standard Times (IST)
Thursday, October 6th
FC Sheriff vs Real Sociedad – 10:15 PM IST
FC Zurich vs PSV Eindhoven – 10:15 PM IST
FK Crvena Zvezda vs Ferencvaros – 10:15 PM IST
HJK vs Ludogorets Razgrad – 10:15 PM IST
Malmo FF vs Union Berlin – 10:15 PM IST
Monaco vs Trabzonspor – 10:15 PM IST
Omonia Nicosia vs Manchester United – 10:15 PM IST
Sturm Graz vs Lazio – 10:15 PM IST
Friday, October 7th
Arsenal vs Bodo/Glimt – 12:30 AM IST
Braga vs Union St Gilloise – 12:30 AM IST
Fenerbahce vs AEK Larnaca – 12:30 AM IST
Midtjylland vs Feyenoord – 12:30 AM IST
Olympiacos vs Qarabag FK – 12:30 AM IST
Rennes vs Dynamo Kyiv – 12:30 AM IST
Roma vs Real Betis – 12:30 AM IST
Friborg vs Nantes – 12:30 AM IST
Arsenal make their return to the Europa League when they host Norwegian side Bodo/Glimt at the Emirates on Thursday night. It’s the Gunners’ second game of their continental campaign, having picked up a win against FC Zurich, while their clash with PSV Eindhoven was postponed for a few weeks time.
The away side – who have played one game more at this stage – sit top of the group, winning one and drawing one of their two matches so far. Mikel Arteta’s side can leapfrog them to first with a victory before the return fixture the following week.
However, the Spaniard has warned that it won’t be an easy task, saying before the game: “We’ve done that homework [on the opposition]. We have made the players aware of the team we’re facing tomorrow, their history and what they’ve done in the last few years. We’ve got Martin [Odegaard] in the squad as well, who knows them really well, and he’s done the homework in the dressing room to make sure they know it’s going to be a tough game.”