Here are the starting line-ups from the Philips Stadion:
PSV: Zoet, Dumfries, Baumgartl, Viergever, Boscagli, Hendrix, Rosario, Ihattaren, Bergwijn, Malen, Bruma. Subs: Schwaab, Mitroglou, Gakpo, Ruiter, Doan, Sadilek, Teze.
Sporting: Ribeiro, Rosier, Coates, Neto, Acuna, Bolasie, Doumbia, Wendel, Luis, Vietto, Bruno Fernandes. Subs: Tiago Ilori, Eduardo Henrique, Camacho, Borja, Pedro Mendes, Cabral, Maximiano.
Referee: Ivan Kruzliak (Slovakia).
Rennes v Celtic teams
Rennes: Mendy; Traoré, Da Silva, Gnagnon, Morel; Bourigeaud, Jonas Martin, Grenier; Raphinha, Niang, Tait. Subs: Salin, Siebatcheu, Lea Siliki, Camavinga, Del Castillo, Hunou, Gelin.
Celtic: Forster; Elhamed, Ajer, Jullien, Bolingoli; Brown, McGregor; Forrest, Christie, Elyounoussi; Edouard. Subs: Gordon, Bayo, Bauer, Hayes, Morgan, Rogic, Ntcham.
Celtic manager Neil Lennon named an unchanged team for their Europa League group opener in Rennes.
That meant no place in the starting line-up for French midfielder Olivier Ntcham, with Norway winger Mohamed Elyounoussi keeping his place after his debut at Hamilton.
Lewis Morgan replaced the injured Leigh Griffiths on the bench.
Here’s PA Media’s take on the Arsenal line-up:
Arsenal head coach Unai Emery made seven changes for the Europa League Group F opener at Eintracht Frankfurt.
The Gunners boss kept Sead Kolasinac, Granit Xhaka, David Luiz and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang in his side from the weekend Premier League draw at Watford.
Emiliano Martinez came in in goal for his first Arsenal appearance since December while Shkodran Mustafi was named in defence having been told he was free to leave in the summer.
There were also starts for Lucas Torreira and Callum Chambers while Emery also gave opportunities for youngsters Joe Willock, Emile Smith Rowe and Bukayo Saka to impress.
Eintracht Frankfurt v Arsenal teams
A load of changes for Arsenal, including Bukayo Saka making his second first-team start:
Eintracht Frankfurt: Trapp, Abraham, Hasebe, Hinteregger, Kohr, Da Costa, Sow, Kamada, Kostic, Dost, Andre Silva. Subs: Ndicka, Falette, Fernandes, Joveljic, Chandler, Ronnow, Paciencia.
Arsenal: Martinez, Chambers, Mustafi, Luiz, Kolasinac, Torreira, Xhaka, Smith-Rowe, Willock, Saka, Aubameyang. Subs: Leno, Ceballos, Maitland-Niles, Pepe, Nelson, Guendouzi, Martinelli.
Referee: Davide Massa (Italy).
We have some team news trickling in. Hold on to your hats …
Welcome to another bumper evening of European football, in which 24 games will be played in two batches over five hours – and we’ll be here for the lot of it.
In the early games Celtic head to Rennes, where they should keep an eye out for the outrageously gifted 16-year-old defensive midfielder Eduardo Camavinga, who has played every minute of the French side’s season so far, while Arsenal visit Eintracht Frankfurt without Sokratis Papastathopoulos or Mesut Ozil, both dropped after flopping at Vicarage Road at the weekend. “Usually Eintracht are doing high pressing,” says Unai Emery worryingly, as we saw at Watford on Sunday that their defence can spontaneously self-combust when pressed. “Some mistakes we made on Sunday we need to improve. Today is another challenge to show how we can improve. Last year Frankfurt played in the same semi-final as Chelsea. To start tomorrow with them is a tough match.” There’s also PSV v Sporting, which looks like a Champions League fixture that has simply got lost somewhere though in fact the teams have played twice in the Europa League since they last met in the continent’s premier competition back in 1998. True fact: there has only been one away win in 11 meetings since 1975.
Rangers, Wolves and Manchester United all play at home later, with United likely to field a much-changed line-up after Daniel James joined Paul Pogba, Anthony Martial and Luke Shaw on the injured list, while Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has promised to play Sergio Romero in goal, plus Fred, Mason Greenwood and Axel Tuanzebe. It should all, in short, be a jolly fine wheeze.
Here are tonight’s fixtures in full:
5.55pm BST kick-offs
Eintracht Frankfurt v Arsenal
Standard Liège v Vitória Guimarães
Basel v Krasnodar
Getafe v Trabzonspor
PSV v Sporting
LASK v Rosenborg
Rennes v Celtic
CFR Cluj v Lazio
APOEL v F91 Dudelange
Qarabağ v Sevilla
Dynamo Kyiv v Malmö
København v Lugano
8pm BST kick-offs
Ludogorets v CSKA Moscow
Espanyol v Ferencváros
Wolfsburg v Oleksandria
Gent v Saint-Étienne
Porto v Young Boys
Rangers v Feyenoord
Roma v İstanbul Başakşehir
Borussia Monchengladbach v Wolfsberger
Wolverhampton Wanderers v Sporting Braga
Slovan Bratislava v Beşiktaş
Manchester United v Astana
Partizan v AZ