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Arsenal host Czech side Slavia Prague in the quarter-finals of the Europa League tonight.
The Gunners have seen off Benfica and Olympiacos to reach the last eight and are now within touching distance of the last four.
Slavia Prague dumped out Rangers to reach this stage, but are very much the underdogs.
That said the Gunners will have to play tonight without some of their key players as Kieran Tierney faces several weeks out.
Mikel Arteta will also be sweating on the fitness of playmaker Martin Odegaard.
The Europa League remains Arsenal's only chance of silverware and also presents them with their best chance of Champions League qualification given their inconsistent league form.
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When is Arsenal vs Slavia Prague?
The last eight tie will take place at 8pm on Thursday 8 April.
Arsenal will host the game at the Emirates Stadium ahead of the return leg in the Czech capital next week.
What channel is it on?
BT Sport continues to be your go to for European football and Arsenal's game will be shown live on BT Sport 1 with Manchester United's clash on BT Sport 2.
Coverage for both matches will begin from 7.15 pm, and all the action can also be watched via the BT Sport app.
Arsenal vs Slavia Prague odds
The Gunners are firm favourites to win tonight's game and can be backed at 1/2.
Slavia Prague will no doubt take a draw back home and the stalemate can be found at 16/5 while an upset victory is priced at 6/1
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