Is Arsenal vs Everton on TV? Live stream, team news and kick-off time for Premier League clash
ARSENAL return to Premier League action this Saturday against an Everton side desperate for a win – but the Gunners will be just as determined.
The North London outfit watched their 100% win record get thrown out the window at the hands of Manchester United last weekend.
But results in other matches went Arsenal’s way which kept their spot at the top of the tree safe going into this next round of fixtures.
However, Mikel Arteta’s men are set to have a tough encounter on their hands as the Toffee’s are in need of three points having not won a single game so far.
And the last time a scenario similar to this happened, Frank Lampard’s men stunned the Gunners.
What time does Arsenal vs Everton kick off?
- Arsenal roll out the red carpet for Everton on Sunday, September 11.
- It is scheduled to kick off at 2pm UK time.
- Emirates Stadium in North London will host this eye-catching encounter and it can host approximately 60,260 spectators.
- The Toffees were humiliated by Arsenal when the sides last met on the final day of last season.
Is Arsenal vs Everton on TV and can I live stream it?
- Sadly, Arsenal vs Everton will NOT be broadcasted live on television in the UK.
- This is due to the TV football blackout law which prohibits Saturday fixtures from being broadcasted live between 2:45pm and 5:15pm.
- However, fans in the US can stream the entire action via Peacock.
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Thomas Partey, Cedric Soares and Emile Smith Rowe will need to be assessed ahead of the clash with Everton as the trio are unavailable for Arsenal’s Europa League trip to Zurich.
Elsewhere, Frank Lampard’s injury woes are set to continue for this huge match against the Gunners.
As the quintet of Yerry Mina, Andros Townsend, Ben Godfrey, Mason Holgate and Dominic Calvert-Lewin are all highly unlikely to feature.
- Arsenal to win 1/3
- Draw 15/4
- Everton to win 17/2
*Odds courtesy of Betfair are correct at time of publication
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