MANCHESTER UNITED crashed out of FA Cup on Sunday after losing 3-1 to Leicester.
This has left the Europa League as the only competition left for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to win this season.
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The Premier League appears to be out of reach as they trail the leaders Man City by 14 points, having already been knocked out of the Carabao Cup and the FA Cup.
Solskjaer is yet to win silverware as United boss and Arsenal could end his dreams of getting his hands on a trophy this season.
The Red Devils are favourites to win the Europa League this season at 13/8.
But Arsenal are narrowly second favourites at 3/1 to win the Europa League.
Europa League – outright winner
- Man Utd – 13/8
- Arsenal – 3/1
- Villarreal – 5/1
- Ajax – 6/1
- Roma – 15/2
- Slavia Prague – 25/1
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Man Utd will take on Grenada in the quarter-finals while the Gunners have been drawn against Slavia Prague.
If the two sides progress, the Red Devils will face either Ajax or Roma while Arsenal would go up against Villarreal or Dinamo Zagreb for a place in the final.
Meaning Arsenal and Man Utd could potentially go toe to toe in Poland in the Europa League final in May.
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