Arsenal vs Rennes live streaming: Match details
If you want to watch Arsenal vs Rennes online, these are the live streaming instructions.
Match: Arsenal vs Rennes
Competition: Europa League
Date: March 14, 2019
Kick-off time: 8:00 pm, March 14, 2019 (UK time)
Stadium: Emirates Stadium
Arsenal vs Rennes live streaming: Quick links
In America, you can see the Europa League on FuboTV. The specific channels to watch the Europa League match on via Fubo TV is Galavision.
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Arsenal vs Rennes live streaming: How to watch from America & Canada
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Arsenal vs Rennes live streaming: How to watch from anywhere in the world
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Arsenal vs Rennes live streaming: TV listings
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Arsenal vs Rennes live streaming: Match preview
A miserable night for Arsenal.
Can they turn around a two goal deficit in Europe for the first time since 1970?
Alex Iwobi did give the Gunners the lead after just three minutes in Brittany.
However, it all unravelled when Sokratis Papastathopoulos was sent off just before half time.
Benjamin Bourigeaud got the hosts level before an own goal from Nacho Monreal and a header from Ismaïla Sarr gave Les Rouges et Noirs the most famous night in their history.
Can Unai Emery’s side turn this around?
At the weekend, Rennes beat local rivals Caen 3-1 so are now eighth in Ligue 1.
Arsenal meanwhile beat Manchester United 2-0 to climb into the Premier League’s top 4.
Will Arsenal’s Europa League hopes go up in flames?