See who Arsenal, others are up against in Europa League semi-finals

Aaron Ramsey shows off gruesome injury after Arsenal's draw with CSKA Moscow

Arsene Wenger's side will have to get past the second-placed side in Spain in the two-legged tie if they are to stay on track to win the tournament for the first time.

"If you look at (Manchester) City they look a little bit like that as well, they have lost games recently and overall, fortunately next week we can recover a bit".

The first leg will be played at the Emirates on Thursday 26 April, while second leg will take place at the Wanda Metropolitano a week later on Thursday 3 May.

"Everybody speaks about Atletico Madrid that they look the strongest team on paper but you must say when you look at the results that Salzburg have done again".

However, the 29-year-old suffered a minor knee ligament injury during the first leg of Arsenal's Europa League clash against CSKA Moscow last week. The London side won 6-3 on aggregate. He was substituted early in the second half.

"Atletico Madrid are clearly the best side left". RB Salzburg fought tooth and nail, scoring 3 goals in four minutes to push themselves past Lazio, while Marseille scored five goals to make sure they made it to the semi-finals.

Diego Simeone's Atletico are Europa League favourites after twice reaching the Champions League final and also winning La Liga over recent seasons.

The final will be played on May 16 in Lyon.

After surprising the football world and overcoming a 4-1 deficit to Barcelona, Roma were surely happy to take any team in the draw.

Salzburg have already beaten Marseille once in the competition this season, a 1-0 victory in Austria.

A subsequent draw has also determined that the victor of the Marseille/Salzburg tie will be considered the "home" team in the final.

"But this time it's the semi-final so it'll be different", Marseille director Andoni Zubizarreta told beIN Sports.



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