Today on LiveScore: Huge Premier League clash and European action

Matthew Storey
LiveScore
Mikel Arteta's Arsenal take on Wolves in a huge clash in the race for the top four
Mikel Arteta's Arsenal take on Wolves in a huge clash in the race for the top four

It is crunch time on the continent as the second legs of the Europa League and Europa Conference League knockout round play-offs take place tonight.

There is also a vital game in the race for the top four as Bruno Lage’s Wolves visit Arsenal — and we have it all covered.

Gunners fired up

Arsenal have become used to playing on Thursday nights in recent years, this time they do it in a massive Premier League clash.

The Gunners sit sixth in the league, four points outside the Champions League spots with three games in hand on Manchester United, while Wolves are two points and one place further back.

Martin Odegaard will be one of the key men over the next three months and Mikel Arteta has suggested he is a captain in waiting at the Emirates.

European drama

There are eight Europa League ties tonight with a number of tasty games on the menu.

After Rangers stunned Borussia Dortmund to win 4-2 in Germany last week, Jude Bellingham and his team-mates head to Ibrox looking to overturn the deficit.

Jude Bellingham will hope to inspire Borussia Dortmund to a famous comeback at Rangers
Jude Bellingham will hope to inspire Borussia Dortmund to a famous comeback at Rangers

Barcelona fought back to draw 1-1 with Napoli and now their new-look attack head to Naples looking to avoid an early exit from Europe this term.

Another of the eye-catching Europa League matches sees Lazio host Porto having lost 2-1 in Portugal last week — but could star man Sergej Milinkovic-Savic finally be on the move this summer?

Tonight also sees the eight Europa Conference League ties play their second legs with two British clubs in action.

Leicester cruised to a morale-boosting 4-1 victory over Randers last week but head to Denmark with question marks over Youri Tielemans’ future still lingering.

North of the border, Celtic were beaten 3-1 by Bodo/Glimt despite the best efforts of former England No1 Joe Hart, who has looked a new man since moving to Parkhead.

Before you go

Stick with us all for all of the breaking news and reaction to last night’s games as Liverpool thrashed Leeds 6-0 and Tottenham came unstuck at Burnley.

Our daily transfer column will also keep you up to date with all the rumours as clubs continue to plan for the summer window. 

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Premier LeagueEuropa LeagueEuropa Conference League 1ArsenalWolverhampton WanderersBarcelonaBorussia DortmundLazioLeicester CityCeltic
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