ARSENAL start their Premier League campaign again next week against West Ham.
The Gunners sit at the top of the league after starting the season brilliantly under Mikel Arteta.
But they were dealt a blow during the World Cup when Gabriel Jesus was sidelined for months with a knee injury.
And it remains to be seen whether Bukayo Saka will be available after England’s elimination at the World Cup in Qatar.
West Ham have had a patchy start to the season themselves but see this as the perfect opportunity to try and beat a potentially disheveled Arsenal side.
When do Arsenal play West Ham?
- Arsenal vs. West Ham takes place on Boxing Day – Monday 26th December.
- The Emirates Stadium will host the clash.
- The game will kick off at 8pm UK time.
What channel is this and can it be streamed live?
- Arsenal’s clash with West Ham is shown live on Amazon Prime Video.
- You can stream the action live via the Amazon Prime Video app, which you can download to your phone or tablet.
Can I watch for FREE?
Yes, you can watch the game for free by signing up for an Amazon Prime Video free trial valid for 30 days.
Gabriel Jesus is out for three months at Arsenal FC because of a knee injury at the World Cup with Brazil.
Other than that, Arteta hasn’t reported any injury concerns regarding his other players at the World Cup.
“I have no qualms. They judged really well and will be training for us in the next few days, so hopefully they’re ready,” he said.
They came back [to the club] immediately into the rhythm, form and mood of the team.
“We’re waiting for them and they’re dying to be back too. I spoke to both of them – Martinelli was here on Saturday: big smile, great energy and ready to get going again.
“It will be a big boost for the team.”
- Arsenal – 40/85
- Tie – 10/3
- Westham – 5/1
*Odds courtesy of Betfair and correct at time of publication.
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