Sheffield United Vs Arsenal: Live Stream And TV Channel For Premier League Clash
Sheffield United are preparing for a tough test when they host Arsenal at Bramall Lane on Monday, and here's how to watch the action LIVE.
Chris Wilder's side have won twice in their opening eight Premier League fixtures and are level on points with underperforming Manchester United.
Meanwhile, the Gunners have won four of their opening league matches and Unai Emery will want to keep his side's top-four ambitions alive.
Here is how to watch all of the Premier League action LIVE in the United Kingdom on Monday night.
What TV channel is it on?
Sky Sports will be showing all of the action LIVE from the Premier League clash.
Coverage for Sheffield vs Arsenal will begin on Sky Sports Main Event, Sky Sports Premier League and Sky Sports Ultra HD from 7pm on Monday.
And Sky subscribers can stream the action online through Sky Go, with non-Sky subscribers able to pick up a NOW TV pass to stream the clash LIVE.
Sky Go is available on PC, mobile and tablets, while Sky Go Extra also provides access for Xbox and PlayStation owners.
What time is kick-off?
The match will officially start from 8pm local time at Bramall Lane.
Sky Sports won the rights to broadcast 24 matches live from 8pm for the 2019-20 Premier League campaign.
What are the fixtures this weekend?
There are eight Premier League clashes scheduled for Saturday.
Everton will kick off the return of Premier League action when they host West Ham for the 12:30pm clash.
There will be six Premier League matches kicking off at 3pm, with Chelsea in action against Newcastle and Tottenham Hotspur clash with Watford.
Defending champions Manchester City will travel to Crystal Palace for the 5.30pm fixture.
Sunday will only have one Premier League match, but it will be a showdown between the struggling United and title challengers Liverpool.
Saturday: Everton vs West Ham United (12.30pm), Aston Villa vs Brighton and Hove Albion (3pm), Bournemouth vs Norwich City (3pm), Chelsea vs Newcastle United (3pm), Leicester City vs Burnley (3pm), Tottenham Hotspur vs Watford (3pm), Wolverhampton Wanderers vs Southampton (3pm), Crystal Palace vs Manchester City (5.30pm)
Sunday: Manchester United vs Liverpool (4.30pm)
Monday: Sheffield United vs Arsenal (8pm)
Featured Image Credit: PA