Arsenal vs Dundalk – UEFA Champions League LIVE Football Score Today 29/10/2020
Arsenal vs Dundalk live streaming: Match details
Match: Arsenal vs Dundalk
Competition: UEFA Europa League group stages matchday 2
Date: October 29, 2020
Kick-off time: 8:00 pm, October 29, 2020 (UK time)
Stadium: Emirates Stadium
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Arsenal vs Dundalk: Match preview
NAME: Arsenal – Dundalk
DATE: 29 Oct 2020
TIME: 20:00 UTC
VENUE: Emirates Stadium, London, England
A week ago, the Gunners came from behind to beat Rapid Vienna 2-1 in Austria.
David Luiz equalising with a header before a Héctor Bellerín cross picked out Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang to tap home the winner.
Arsenal have now been in the Europa League for four consecutive season, winning 13 of their 19 group stage matches, losing just twice.
Thus, they were always likely to sail through this group.
However, Mikel Arteta will need to see a reaction from his players.
On Sunday night, they lost 1-0 to Leicester at home, making it back to back 1-0 Premier League defeats after a loss to Manchester City.
With a trip to Manchester United to come this forthcoming Sunday, which players will stake a claim?
As for Dundalk, it’s somewhat miraculous they’ve reached the group stages, doing so for just the second time.
The League of Ireland champions kicked off at home to Molde last weekend and, despite taking the lead through a Sean Murray header, were beaten 2-1.
It was always going to be tough for Filippo Giovagnoli’s team to get any points in this group but they’re relishing the challenge.