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Roma v Brighton: How to watch, TV Channel, head-to-head stats & team news

The latest news and information ahead of Roma v Brighton as the two sides face off in the first leg of their last 16 Europa League tie.

Roma v Brighton

Europa League Last 16

How to watch Roma v Brighton and TV channel

Roma v Brighton will be available to watch live on TNT Sports 2.

Roma v Brighton kick-off time and venue

Roma v Brighton will be played at Stadio Olympico on Thursday 7th March 2024, with the match kicking off at 17:45 GMT.

Roma v Brighton stats and head-to-head record (H2H)

Roma progressed through to the Europa League round of 16 after overcoming Feyenoord on penalties after two legs in the knockout round play-offs.

The Italians were forced to compete in the play-offs after finishing second in their initial group section behind Czech outfit Slavia Prague.

Since Jose Mourinho was dismissed as manager in January, Roma have been in fine form under the auspices of club legend Daniele De Rossi, with the ex-Italy international overseeing just one defeat in his nine matches in charge so far.

Roma's round of 16 opponents Brighton qualified for the knockout stages of the Europa League after topping a tricky-looking Group A section ahead of Marseille, Ajax and AEK Athens.

Roberto De Zerbi's side have been in indifferent domestic form of late going into this crunch European clash, however, with the Seagulls having won only two of their last eight Premier League games.

Roma v Brighton head-to-head record (H2H)

This Europa League round of 16 match will be the first ever competitive meeting between these two sides.

Read our Roma v Brighton tips and predictions here

Roma v Brighton team news

Roma team news

Tammy Abraham is Roma's most high-profile absentee for this Europa League encounter with Brighton, with the Englishman having tore his ACL last summer.

Brighton team news

Roberto De Zerbi has a number of injury issues in his squad, with Jack Hinshelwood (ankle), Joao Pedro (thigh), Solly March (knee), James Milner (knee) and Kaoru Mitoma (back) all sidelined.

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