ROMA came out on top in their first leg, but they’ll have to overcome Ajax once again if they want to reach the Europa League semi-finals.
The Italian side picked up a vital 2-1 victory away from home in their first clash with Ajax, who will need to produce a brilliant performance in the second leg to make the final four.
What time does Roma vs Ajax kick-off?
- Roma’s big clash with Ajax will get underway from 8pm UK time on Thursday, April 15.
- The game will take place at the Stadio Olimpico in Rome.
- There will be no fans in attendance at the clash because of coronavirus restrictions.
What TV channel is it on and can I live stream?
- Roma vs Ajax will be shown live on BT Sport 3.
- You can live stream the action from the BT Sport app, which is available for download onto your mobile or tablet device.
Can I watch for FREE?
- EE customers can get BT Sport INCLUDED to their plan at no extra cost if they are on a plan with Smart Benefits – simply log in to EE and choose BT Sport app.
- And then get it on the big screen by texting SPORT to 150 to get a FREE three-month trial of large screen so you can cast all the action on your TV.
- At the end of the three months you will automatically roll onto the £15 per month subscription unless cancelled.
RLeonardo Spinazzola is out of the clash for Roma because of a muscle injury he picked up in the first leg against the Dutch side.
Chris Smalling and Stephan El Shaarawy are also doubts for the Italians because they are both suffering with thigh problems.
Daley Blind and Maarten Stekelenburg are both long-term absentees for Ajax, who are also without Sebastien Haller because of an admin error.
Devyne Rensch is injured so Sean Klaiber will likely start in his place at right-back.
- Roma – 17/10
- Draw – 27/10
- Ajax – 13/10
*Odds courtesy of Paddy Power and correct at time of publication.