Arsenal vs Crystal Palace: Gunners switch focus to managerless Palace after Europa League exit in midweek – TV, stream

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ARSENAL will be looking to hit back following their shock Europa League exit on Thursday night.

Mikel Arteta’s side now has full focus on the Premier League title as the Gunners are out of all of this year’s cup competitions.

Leandro Trossard, Bukayo Saka and Fabio Vieira of Arsenal look dejected during the UEFA Europa League round of 16 second leg against Sporting


Leandro Trossard, Bukayo Saka and Fabio Vieira of Arsenal look dejected during the UEFA Europa League round of 16 second leg against Sporting

Arsenal legend Patrick Viera won’t be returning to the Emirates on Sunday following his sacking as Palace manager on Friday.

It comes after a poor run of form as the Eagles are without a win in their last eleven Premier League games.

December 31st was the last time Palace tasted victory, and they are now just three points above the drop zone.

When is Arsenal vs Crystal Palace?

  • Arsenal vs Crystal Palace will take place on Sunday, March 19.
  • Kick off will be at 2pm UK time.
  • The Emirates will play host.
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What channel is Arsenal vs Crystal Palace on and can it be live streamed?

  • Unfortunately, Arsenal vs Crystal Palace will not be broadcast live in the UK.
  • There will be no live stream of Arsenal vs Crystal Palace available to watch in the UK.
  • You can keep up to date with all the action at the Emirates by following SunSport’s live blog.

What is the latest team news

Defensive duo William Saliba and Takehiro Tomiyasu were both taken off in the first half of Arsenal’s last-16 loss to Sporting on Thursday.

Eddie Nketiah will remain out of contention as he recovers from an ankle injury.

Mohamed Elneny is also still unavailable after he picked up a knee injury in training back in January.

In better news, Gabriel Jesus had his first 45 minutes since the World Cup and will be battling with Leandro Trossard for a start up top.

Elsewhere, Palace midfielder Albert Sambi Lokonga will not be unable to face his parent club.

Midfield duo Will Hughes and James McArthur are both unlikely to be involved as they are still suffering from illness.

The Eagles are facing a goalkeeping crisis at the moment, with Sam Johnstone and Vicente Guaita both out injured.

Academy graduate Joe Whitworth is likely to start in goal again as he did in the 1-0 loss to Brighton in midweek.


  • Arsenal – 1/4
  • Draw – 9/2
  • Crystal Palace – 12/1

*Odds courtesy of Ladbrokes and are correct at the time of publication.

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