Brentford vs Arsenal live stream: Is game on TV? Channel and team news
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League leaders Arsenal travel across London today to face Brentford in the lunchtime kick off.
The Gunners have not played for over a week now following the passing of Queen Elizabeth II.
Mikel Arteta’s side were due to face PSV in the Europa League on Thursday, but the match was postponed due to police availability issues.
Arsenal will be hoping to right the wrongs of last season at the Brentford Community Stadium. Last term, they lost 2-0 there on the opening day of the campaign.
Brentford last featured in the Premier League two weeks ago, impressively beating Leeds 5-2.
Ivan Toney will be looking to carry on his strong goal scoring form this week. He scored a hat-trick last time out.
Here’s everything you need to know about Brentford Vs Arsenal.
Brentford Vs Arsenal live stream and TV channel
Brentford Vs Arsenal will be broadcast live in the UK on Sky Sports Main Event and can be streamed on the Sky Go app. The game will commence at 12pm (BST).
If you are unavailable to watch the match, highlights will be posted on the Sky Sports Premier League YouTube channel later this afternoon.
Brentford Team News
Brentford will continue to be without Christian Norgaard and Ethan Pinnock who are both carrying injury issues at the moment.
There is hope they will return after the international break.
However, Sergi Canos, could return after overcoming a hamstring issue. Other than those three concerns, the Bees have a fully fit squad.
Arsenal Team News
Their time away from the pitch has handed Arsenal an injury boost as defensive midfielder Thomas Partey is believed to be available for selection again.
He was carrying yet another thigh injury which kept him out of games against Leicester, Aston Villa, and Manchester United.
Unfortunately for the Gunners though, Alex Zinchenko has picked up a fresh muscular injury and won’t be able to feature in West London.
Reiss Nelson, Mohamed Elneny, Emile Smith Rowe, and Cedric Soares are also believed to be unavailable.
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