Arsenal vs Vitoria LIVE: Stream free, TV channel, kick off time and team news for Europa League clash – The Sun

ARSENAL continue their Europa League campaign with a home clash against Vitoria.

Unai Emery's Gunners are top of Group F after two wins from two and are yet to concede as they look to go one better than last year's runners-up finish.

  • Kick off at 8pm from Emirates Stadium
  • Watch on BT Sport 2
  • Live stream via the app
  • EE phone customers can watch for FREE on a three-month trial

Arsenal XI: Martinez; Bellerin, Mustafi, Holding, Tierney; Torreira, Willock; Maitland-Niles, Smith Rowe, Martinelli; Lacazette

Vitoria XI: Silva; Garcia, Venancio, Tapsoba, Hanin; Almeida, Agu, Poha; Edwards, Duarte, Davidson

Subs: Douglas, Henrique, Bonatini, Rochinha, Musrati, Pereira, Pepe

  • THERE is one big question from the Gunners' teamsheet…

    Where is Mesut Ozil?

    Emery won't play him in the Premier League, he won't play him in the Europa League…

    Is the playmaker doomed to sit games out even while there is a clear lack of creativity in the attack? It seems so.

  • ONE final point on Vitoria before we think about Arsenal.

    Starting in attacaking midfield for the visitors is formerTottenham academy player Marcus Edwards.

    The ex-England Under-20 international left North London for Portugal last month and will be desperate to make his mark against his old rivals tonight.

  • BUT don't go expecting a park the bus scenario tonight!

    Vitoria's away trip to Standard Liege resulted in a 2-0 defeat but they fired in 17 shots to Liege's five and won the possession battle.

    Likewise, they outshot Eintracht Frankfurt 13 to six in Portugal a fortnight ago, losing 1-0.

    Will Arsenal like it up 'em tonight?

  • WHAT sort of team do Arsenal face tonight?

    Vitoria, from the Portuguese city of Guimaraes, finished sixth in the Primeira Liga last season largely thanks to a tight defence.

    They have lost both games in the Europa League so far without scoring but have only let in three goals.

    They did reach the tournament by beating Steaua Bucharest 1-0 on aggregate in the play-offs, after all.

    Domestically Vitoria have started quite well with just one defeat, to Porto, from seven games to leave them fourth.

  • HERE are the teams in full.

    Arsenal: Martinez; Bellerin, Mustafi, Holding, Tierney; Torreira, Willock; Maitland-Niles, Smith Rowe, Martinelli; Lacazette.

    Subs: Leno, Ceballos, Pepe, Chambers, Guendouzi, Kolasinac, Saka.

    Vitoria: Silva; Garcia, Venancio, Tapsoba, Hanin; Almeida, Agu, Poha; Edwards, Duarte, Davidson.

    Subs: Douglas, Henrique, Bonatini, Rochinha, Musrati, Pereira, Pepe.

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