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Mikel Arteta could need to win the Europa League to save his job, but standing in his way is the man who preceded him at the Emirates. Unai Emery was a Europa League stalwart before mixed spells at PSG and Arsenal and he’s returned to that form with Villarreal.

The Spanish giants have fallen short of a Champions League spot domestically and they’ll view this competition as their last shot, much like Arteta’s Arsenal. However, this is Emery’s sixth Europa League semi-final. Having won four of his previous five ties at this stage, could that experience lead the Yellow Submarines to victory?

Blow for Gunners

Arsenal looked good in the last round of this competition as they blew away Slavia Prague. That boost has evaporated for the Gunners, who have been poor since. Arteta’s side needed a 97th-minute equaliser to draw at home to Fulham and they were unable to repeat that in Friday’s 1-0 loss to Everton.

Prediction:Both teams to score.


The hosts have scored an average of 1.69 goals while the visitors have scored an average of 1.880 goals.

Prediction:Both teams to score.

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