As Ajax host Roma, two European powers will face each other in the Europa League.
The Dutch giant has seen off the Young Boys in the final round to reach the quarterfinals and has not lost a competitive match since December 9.
Rome, meanwhile, defeated Shakhtar to reach the final eight games, but struggled on the streets this season, losing four of the last ten games.
When is Ajax vs Rome?
- The first leg of this quarterfinal will be held on Thursday, April 8th.
- Kick off 8 pm BST.
- From 6:45 pm, you can follow all the actions on our live blog.
Which TV channel and live stream can I watch?
You can catch all the actions live BT Sport 3.
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- At the end of the three months, you will be automatically rolled back to your £ 15 / month subscription unless canceled.
What is the team news?
Rome recovers from thigh injury, leaving Stephan El Shaarawy
Marash Kumbulla has a problem with the meniscus of his knee and may miss the rest of the season in Rome.
Chris Smalling may play in defense with Roger Ibanez.
Martin Stekelenburg suffers from knee injuries and may not be able to start for Ajax without the Daley Blind.
Match the odds
- Ajax to win-even
- Draw-13 / 5
- Victory in Rome-12/5
*All Paddy Power odds have been corrected at the time of publication.
Europa League quarterfinal round 1 live stream, TV channel, kickoff time, team news
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