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UEFA Europa League Matchday 1: Discussion + Live Thread

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Hopefully the Bundesliga's strong start in Europe continues!

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Eintracht Frankfurt v Racing Club de Strasbourg - UEFA Europa League Playoffs Photo by TF-Images/Getty Images

Hi folks, time to talk about the UEFA Europa League. With Bayern Munich winning comfortably over Red Star yesterday, the Bundesliga stands at 2 wins and 1 draw from four games so far. Tonight, Eintracht Frankfurt, Wolfsburg, and Borussia Moenchengladbach will all be in action, so be sure to tune in for that.

Games to watch:

Eintracht Frankfurt vs Arsenal: Eintracht are playing at home and Arsenal have been terrible lately, so there's a decent chance they may win. The match kicks off early, which will be a godsend to people who usually stay up late to catch these games.

Manchester United vs Astana: Just because United might lose and that's always funny.

Have fun commenting!

Match Info

Location: Europe

TV/streaming:, Find Your Country

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