The top two in Europa League Group A go head-to-head in a 6pm kick-off on Thursday evening, as Arsenal vs PSV is one of the biggest match to watch out for this evening.
A fourth victory from Arsenal opening four games will guarantee us a top-two finish, and put us one step closer to avoiding February’s play-off round by winning the group and the outcome of Arsenal vs PSV will validate this claim.
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However PSV will also have their eye on that prize, having remained unbeaten in their opening three Europa League matches, and only Feyenoord have scored more goals than their 11 so far, despite our opponents playing a game less than their Eredivise rivals.
One of the Netherlands’ biggest clubs, PSV have won 24 league titles as well as both the European Cup (1987/88) and UEFA Cup (1977/78). They have appeared in Europe in every season since 1975/76, meaning this will be their 49th straight campaign doing so.
Last season saw them achieve a second-place finish behind Ajax, as well as reach the quarter-finals of the Europa Conference League where they fell to Leicester City, but they did win the Dutch Cup after coming from behind to beat Ajax 2-1.