Bournemouth vs Arsenal: Live stream, TV channel, team news, likely line-ups and kick-off time for Premier League clash
ARSENAL will be looking to secure their first win in four games when they face Bournemouth on Sunday.
Unai Emery’s side, who are unbeaten in their last 16 matches in all competitions, were held to a 1-1 draw by Wolves before the international break.
Gunners midfielder Mesut Ozil in action during the 1-1 draw with WolvesGetty Images – Getty
When is kick-off?
This match will take place on Sunday, November 25.
It will kick-off at 1:30pm.
The Vitality Stadium will host the crunch clash.
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Which TV channel is it on and can I live stream it?
This match will be shown live on Sky Sports Premier League, Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Ultra HD.
Sky subscribers can also stream the action live on SkyGo or on the SkyGo app.
The coverage will start at 12:30pm.
Alternatively, you can keep up to date with all of the action on the SunSport live blog.
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Unai Emery’s side are unbeaten in 16 games in all competitionsGetty – Contributor
What is the team news?
Alexandre Lacazette raised concerns when he opted to miss international duty with France.
But the 27-year-old is expected to be named in the squad as he has been training with his team-mates all week.
Emery will also be sweating over the fitness of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, who pulled out of Gabon’s squad with a minor injury.
Danny Welbeck will remain on the sidelines after he suffered a horrific ankle injury while playing against Sporting Lisbon.
The English striker has confirmed that his surgery was successful, but he refused to say when he will return.
Mohamed Elneny will be in contention for the starting XI following his recovery from a thigh injury.
Laurent Koscielny is back in training, but is not ready to return to the heart of Arsenal’s defence yet.