Arsenal will be looking to reach their first Women’s Champions League final since 2007 when they host Wolfsburg at the Emirates in the semi-final second leg.
The tie is on the line after a 2-2 draw in Germany last week, in what will be a historic occasion with a record crowd for a women’s club match in England.
Arsenal were knocked out of the Champions League by Wolfsburg in last season’s Champions League quarter-final but fought back from two goals down to equalize against the Emirates in last week’s first leg. .
The Gunners made the most of their home advantage in the previous round to beat Bayern Munich, and now they will be looking to make more history with Barcelona waiting in the Eindhoven final following the Spanish side’s win over Chelsea.
Here is everything you need to know.
When is Arsenal vs Wolfsburg?
The match will kick off at 5:45pm BST on Monday May 1 at Emirates Stadium.
How can I see it?
All the matches of the knockout stages of the Women’s Champions League this season are broadcast live on the DAZN streaming platform and also on the DAZN YouTube channel. You can set reminders to be notified when the stream goes live, which is 15 minutes before the start of each match.
You can sign up to DAZN, where the matches will also be streamed for free across their digital platforms. YouTube streaming will also be integrated into Uefa.com and Uefa.tv for all Women’s Champions League matches.
What’s the team news?
Arsenal are hoping to welcome forward Caitlin Foord, who missed the first leg due to injury, back. The Gunners are without first-team stars Leah Williamson, Kim Little, Beth Mead and Vivanne Miedema, with Jonas Eidevall’s side stretched thin.
Wolfsburg and Germany striker Alex Popp missed the first leg through injury but can return. Lena Lattwein is not available.
Arsenal: Zinsberger; Maritz, Wubben-Moy, Rafaelle, Catley; Walti, Maanum, Pelova; McCabe Blackstenius, Foord
Wolfsburg: Frohms; Wilms, Hendrich, Janssen, Rauch; Oberdorf, Roord; Popp, Huth, Jonsdottir; baby