EUROPA LEAGUE PREVIEW
Cristiano Ronaldo could return to action for Manchester United after being left out of the squad for the team’s last game against Chelsea for refusing to come on as a substitute in United’s 2-0 win over Tottenham last week.
Ronaldo returned to training with the team on Tuesday. United will secure qualification from Group E if it avoids defeat at home to Moldovan club Sheriff Tiraspol.
A win for United sets up a Nov. 3 decider with Real Sociedad for first place in the group. Group winners advance directly to the last 16, while teams qualifying second go through an extra playoff round.
Those in third place drop into the Europa Conference League. Arsenal will go through as Group A winner if Mikel Arteta’s team avoids defeat against second-place PSV Eindhoven.
Jose Mourinho’s Roma is third in Group C and needs a win over HJK Helsinki of Finland to reignite its Europa League campaign. Monaco could miss out on qualification if it loses to Group H leader Ferencváros and Trabzonspor beats Red Star Belgrade. Bundesliga leader Union Berlin hosts Braga in Group D.
Where to watch Europa League games?
The UEFA Europa League matches will be telecast live on Sony Sports network and can be live streamed on SonyLIV and Jio TV apps.
When to watch Europa League games?
PSV vs Arsenal - 10:15 PM
HJK vs Roma - 12:30 AM
Manchester United vs Sheriff - 12:30 AM