English clubs made it three wins out of three games in the first round of matchdays in the Europa League and are looking towards continuing that run on Thursday.
Europa league airs exclusively on StarTimes.
Non-subscribers can also watch via StarTimes ON mobile app at N400 weekly, with an option to subscribe with their MTN airtime.
Active decoder subscribers can stream for free on three extra mobile devices.
For Arsenal coach Mikel Arteta, the Europa League offers some respite from a difficult start to their domestic league.
Arsenal got three points in the Europa League after coming from behind in Vienna to beat Rapid Wien 2-1 in their opening Group B fixture last week.
On Thursday, Arsenal will face Dundalk, who are participating in the group stage of the competition for the second time in their history.
Another English club, Tottenham Hotspur, will be away against Belgian side, Antwerp.
Both Spurs and Antwerp won their opening Group J matches and a win for either side on Thursday will take them a giant step towards the knock-out stages, for which the top two teams from each group qualify.
Spurs coach Jose Mourinho has twice before won the competition – once with Manchester United and once with Porto in 2003.
Leicester City are away at AEK Athens in their Europa League Group G tie. Leicester beat Ukrainian club Zorya Luhansk 3-0 in the first matchday, while AEK lost in Braga by the same score.
With plenty of Europa League action to look forward to, African football fans can see all the games on their StarTimes, with the matches spread across all bouquets, including NOVA bouquet which is N90 daily or N900 monthly.
StarTimes secured the rights to broadcast the matches live and exclusively throughout Africa.