Arsenal vs Tottenham: Live stream, TV channel, kick-off time and team news for Premier League showdown at the Emirates

    ARSENAL welcome North London rivals Tottenham to the Emirates for a crunch Premier League derby.

    The Gunners go into the game with just two wins from their last five top-flight matches, drawing with Burnley last time out.

    Arsenal picked up a big win in midweek as Elneny got on the scoresheet


    Arsenal picked up a big win in midweek as Elneny got on the scoresheetCredit: Reuters

    Spurs meanwhile have really hit their stride in recent weeks and are searching for a fourth-straight victory.

    When is Arsenal vs Tottenham?

    • This Premier League clash is part of a bumper Super Sunday schedule on March 14.
    • Kick-off at the Emirates will be at 4.30pm GMT.
    • When Tottenham visited last in September 2019, the sides drew 2-2 after the hosts fought back from two goals down.

    Which TV channel and live stream can I watch it on?

    You can catch all of the action live on Sky Sports Main Event, Premier League and Ultra HD.

    Coverage will begin after the match between Leicester and Sheffield United.

    Sky customers can use the Sky Go app to stream on a number of devices.

    If you don’t have Sky, purchase a NOW TV pass from just £9.99 to stream on your mobile, tablet, PC or games console.

    What is the team news?

    Arsenal have an empty treatment room after Emile Smith Rowe made his return in midweek.

    Thomas Partey hasn’t suffered any setbacks in his return, while Nicolas Pepe will hope to return to the starting XI.

    Giovani Lo Celso remains out for the visitors, who welcomed back Serge Aurier against Zagreb.

    Gareth Bale was benched for that encounter and looks set to return.

    Match odds

    • Arsenal to win – 13/8
    • Draw – 23/10
    • Tottenham victory – 7/4

    *All odds from Paddy Power and correct at time of publication.


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