Arsenal vs Crystal Palace: How to watch, TV channel and kick-off time for Premier League clash
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Arsenal take on Crystal Palace in the Premier League on Sunday. Here is how you can follow the action.
The Gunners are looking to extend their five-point advantage over Manchester City at the top of the table, with Pep Guardiola's side in FA Cup action against Burnley this weekend.
They will take on managerless Crystal Palace at the Emirates Stadium. The Eagles parted company with Gunners legend Patrick Vieira on Friday following a run of 11 league games without a win. They are currently three points above the relegation zone.
Palace will be managed by former Eagles defender Paddy McCarthy, who will be taking charge of his first Premier League match.
Arsenal, meanwhile, will look to bounce back from their Europa League last 16 elimination on Thursday, when they were knocked out on penalties by Sporting Lisbon.
That exit does at least allow them to focus solely on the Premier League for the remainder of the season. With 11 games still to play, the Gunners need to pick up 29 points to ensure they lift the trophy for the first time since 2004.
They will be hoping to have Gabriel Jesus available after he completed 45 minutes in the second leg of their clash against Sporting. There are also doubts over Takehiro Tomiyasu and William Saliba after they went off injured during the game.
Arsenal vs Crystal Palace: What is the kick-off time?
Arsenal vs Crystal Palace gets underway at 2pm UK time on Sunday, March 19.
How can I watch Arsenal vs Crystal Palace on TV? Is there a live stream?
Arsenal vs Crystal Palace will not be broadcast on live TV in the UK, with neither Sky Sports nor BT Sport showing coverage of the game.
You can follow the game via the social media channels and official club websites of both sides.
Highlights of the game will be available to view on Match of the Day 2 on Sunday evening, with the programme starting at 10:30pm.
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Topics: Arsenal, Crystal Palace, Premier League, Mikel Arteta, Patrick Vieira