Today LIVE: Rapid Vienna vs. Molde – live stream & TV...

SK Rapid Wien welcomes last year’s champion Molde FK from Norway to the play-off in the Europa League this Thursday evening. Here you can see the match live on TV and via live stream.

The Hütteldorfer are under pressure to win if they want to reach the sixteenth finals. For this, Rapid Wien coach Dietmar Kühbauer’s team needs either a 1-0 or a success with at least two goals difference after Molde won 1-0 at home.

The EL match between Rapid Vienna and Molde will be shown live on free TV this evening. Puls 4, the only Austrian broadcaster that has acquired the rights for the Europa League, shows the Europa League match exclusively live and in full. The TV broadcast will start at 6.15 p.m. and kick off at 6.55 p.m.

The Europa League match between Rapid Vienna and Molde is also offered as a live stream by Puls4. So if you want to follow the match in the live stream, you can follow the ZAPPN app live.

With this year’s Europa League season, the streaming provider DAZN has also secured the rights to all live games. DAZN is compatible with smart TVs, smartphones, tablets and game consoles. The live stream for the Rapid Vienna match against Molde can be played on these devices without any problems.

Here you can follow the EL match between Rapid Wien and Molde in the live ticker

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