There may be no Cristiano Ronaldo or Lionel Messi, but the UEFA Europa League has grit and glamour aplenty, with 24 games every match night – and some massive sides in the running for the heaviest of the UEFA club competition trophies.
Beşiktaş welcomes first-timer Sarpsborg, playing their first group stage fixture. Beşiktaş finished fourth in Turkey last season while Sarpsborg was third in Norway in 2017.
The other Turkish powerhouse Fenerbahçe will be hosted by Dinamo Zagreb. Both teams will meet for first time in UEFA competition. The host's record in four UEFA games versus Turkish sides is 1-1-2. Dinamo won domestic double in Croatia last season.
Fenerbahçe was league and cup runners-up in Turkey. Additionally, first-timer Akhisarspor will host Krasnodar in its first match in the organization. The team qualified as 2017-18 Turkish Cup winner while Krasnodar finished fourth in Russia last season.
Early games (kick-off 6:55 p.m. CET)
Group G: Rapid Wien v Spartak Moskva, Villarreal v Rangers
Group H: Lazio v Apollon, Marseille v Frankfurt
Group I: Genk v Malmö, Beﬂiktaﬂ v Sarpsborg
Group J: Akhisar v Krasnodar, Sevilla v Standard Liege
Group K: Dynamo Kiev v Astana, Rennes v Jablonec
Group L: Vidi v BATE, PAOK v Chelsea
Later games (kick-off 9:00 p.m. CET)
Group A: Ludogorets v Leverkusen, AEK Larnaca v Zürich
Group B: Celtic v Rosenborg, Leipzig v Salzburg
Group C: Slavia Prague v Bordeaux, Kobenhavn v Zenit
Group D: Dinamo Zagreb v Fenerbahçe, Spartak Trnava v Anderlecht
Group E: Arsenal v Vorskla, Sporting CP v Qarabagh
Group F: Olympiacos v Betis, Dudelange v AC Milan
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