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Feyenoord Rome, where to watch the Europa League playoffs on TV and streaming

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Feyenoord Rome, where to watch the Europa League playoffs on TV and streaming

Where to watch Feyenoord-Roma on TV

The match between Feyenoord and Roma, valid for the Europa League play-offs, will be played today, Thursday 15 February at 6.45pm are Sky. It will be possible to watch it live on Sky Sport Uno, Sky Sport 252 and in streaming on NOW. Commentary by Massimo Marianella, commentary by Lorenzo Minotti. Angelo Mangiante on the sidelines. Live Goal with Riccardo Gentile. Not to be missed on Sky Sport Uno and Sky Sport 24, at 6pm and 11pm pre and post studies game with Leo Di Bello in conduction; with him, Beppe Bergomi, Andrea Marinozzi, Stefano De Grandis, Margherita Cirillo. On Sky Sport 24 also appointment at 8pm for the post of the 6.45pm matches and the pre-match of the 9pm ones. You can also follow all the matches, thanks to Live Goalto follow the meetings at the same time, at two different times, at 6.45pm and 9pm.

The numbers of Feyenoord and Roma

Feyenoord and Roma face each other in the knockout phase of a European competition for the third time in the last three seasonscon the Giallorossi who have always had the upper hand (victory in the 2021/22 Europa Conference League final and passage to the quarter-finals of the last Europa League: 1 win, 2 draws with an aggregate score of 4-2). Before the victorious 2021/22 Conference League final, Roma had only faced Feyenoord twice in the club’s European history, eliminating the Dutch with an aggregate score of 3-2 (1 win, 1 draw) in the round of 32 of the Europa League, in 2014/15. There Roma have won just one of their last eight matches in European competitions played away from the Stadio Olimpicoincluding the 2022/23 Europa League final lost on neutral ground (4 draws, 3 defeats) – the only victory in this streak came in the first round of the current tournament (2-1) against Sheriff Tiraspol. After losing the last three matches played in the Champions League in the current season, Feyenoord could suffer four defeats in a row in Europe for the first time since a negative series of seven defeats between the 2016/17 Europa League (2 defeats) and the 2017/18 Champions League (5 defeats). The last goal of Paulo Dybala in European cups he reached the last Europa League final (31 May against Sevilla); from that moment three appearances without hitting the target for the Argentine striker, who has not been without food for four games in a row in a single edition of these competitions since 2018/19, in the Champions League with the Juventus shirt. Romelu Lukaku has only missed scoring once in his last 17 Europa League appearancesscoring 20 times in the period: since the competition took on its current name in 2009/10, only Radamel Falcao (30), Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (29) and Aritz Aduriz (26) have scored more goals than Lukaku (25).

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