Arsenal are in action this evening as they travel to the Jamtkraft Arena to face minnows Ostersund in the first leg of the UEFA Europa League last 32.
The Swedish side are managed by unsung Englishman Graham Potter and have already played a dozen matches in their maiden European adventure, qualifying as the runners-up of Group J behind Athletic Club – and only on head-to-head records after both amassed 11 points.
Arsenal, meanwhile, cruised through their first UEFA Europa League group stage, clinching top spot in Group H with a game to spare.
The two clubs have never met in European competition, and Ostersund have yet to face opposition from England.
The match will be shown live on BT Sport 3 from 5.30pm with live streaming on BTSport.com and via the BT Sport app. kick-off 6.00pm
BT will also air Celtic’s home tie against Roberto Mancini’s Zenit St. Petersburg from 8.05pm tonight on BT Sport 2.
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