What channel is Arsenal vs Aston Villa on? Premier League TV coverage and live stream

Arsenal’s loss against Leicester in their last match at Emirates Stadium was their only home defeat in 2020. But a second successive victory for would ensure the Gunners leapfrog Aston Villa in the table. The visitors are looking to bounce back from successive defeats against Southampton and Leeds.

Arsenal could welcome David Luiz back to the side after a hamstring problem.

Calum Chambers is working his way back to full fitness but this game may come to soon.

As for Villa, Bertrand Traore is sidelined until after the international break with a calf injury.

Tom Heaton has returned to training but he is not yet fully fit.

What time does Arsenal vs Aston Villa kick-off?

The Premier League clash kicks off at 7.15pm GMT on Sunday, November 8.

What TV channel is Arsenal vs Aston Villa on?

The clash at the Emirates will be shown on Sky Sports Box Office for £14.95.

How to live stream Arsenal vs Aston Villa?

Live streaming is available via the Sky Sports Box Office app.

What has been said?

Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta: “To get that balance right is not easy. It is something that we have been working on in the last two weeks.

“You could see [against Molde] that we were much more fluent in attack. We scored the goals and we had more opportunities.

“To be a top team you have to score 90-100 goals (a season) if you want to be competing with the top guns.

“It is a challenge for us and an area we have to improve and get better.”

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Aston Villa manager Dean Smith: “We still feel that we’ve had a good start (even if) the last two results have been disappointing.

“The players are still confident, that’s for sure, they want to put it right.

“We believe we have a really good squad and players that can play the way we want to play.

“There was a good reaction in the Southampton game, they showed an awful lot of character and played some really good football in the second half, but we can’t give teams four-goal leads.

“They have started with good performances, so Mikel (Arteta) has done a fantastic job.”

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Arsenal vs Aston Villa match officials

Referee: Martin Atkinson

Assistants: Constantine Hatzidakis, Nick Hopton

Fourth official: Graham Scott

VAR: David Coote

Assistant VAR: Stephen Child

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