What channel is Arsenal vs Man Utd? Kick-off time, TV and live stream details

Arsenal prepare to host Manchester United in a huge clash in the race for the top four this weekend, where three points is an absolute must following Wednesday’s 4-2 defeat of Chelsea which drew them level on points with Tottenham Hotspur.

Man Utd are only three points behind the Gunners and after Tuesday’s 4-0 mauling at the hands of Liverpool, only a victory here will keep alive their hopes of a top four finish after a massively inconsistent campaign.

A victory for the Gunners would lift them above Tottenham and into the top four for a few hours at least, while three points for the Red Devils would see them draw level on points with the two north London sides.

When is Arsenal vs Man Utd?

Arsenal vs Man Utd will kick-off at 12:30pm on Saturday, April 23 at the Emirates Stadium.

The last meeting between these two sides came in the reverse league fixture back in December, when Man Utd defeated their visitors 3-2 in a five-goal thriller at Old Trafford.

First half goals from Emile Smith Rowe and Bruno Fernandes had the sides level at half-time, before Cristiano Ronaldo scored either side of a Martin Odegaard equaliser to ensure the Red Devils secured all three points in their final game before Ralf Rangnick took charge.

Arsenal's 4-2 victory over Chelsea in midweek put them back on track in the race for the top four

Arsenal’s 4-2 victory over Chelsea in midweek put them back on track in the race for the top four
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Can either side afford to draw this game? Let us know what you think in the comments section below.

How to watch

The match will be televised live on BT Sport 1 and BT Sport Ultimate, while there will also be a live stream service online via the BT Sport app. Coverage will begin at 11:30am.

Highlights will also be available on Match of the Day at 22:30 on BBC One, which is available to stream via iPlayer and the iPlayer app.

How to watch football on UK TV in 2022

The 2021/22 Premier League season sees 200 live games split across three broadcasters.

Sky Sports retain the rights to the bulk of those fixtures with 128 live matches. They also own rights to the Carabao Cup and several international matches. Check out the latest Sky deals here.

BT Sport hold the rights to 52 live Premier League games. They also have exclusivity of all UEFA competitions including the Champions League, Europa League, and Europa Conference League. Check out their latest packages here, or get a £25 Monthly Pass.

Amazon’s 20 live Premier League games will return in the 2022/23 season. A handful of 21/22 season games due to take place before New Year are also still to be broadcast. Click here to start your Amazon Prime Video subscription today.

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Match odds

Arsenal vs Man Utd odds from Betfred

  • Arsenal – 11/10

  • Draw – 5/2

  • Man Utd – 12/5

*odds subject to change

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Team news

Mikel Arteta made a number of changes for the midweek victory over Chelsea with one eye on Saturday’s tie with Man Utd, and he will be expected to rotate his side once again despite that win against the Blues.

The Spaniard has revealed that he has no fresh injury concerns, while there may finally be a return to action for Takehiro Tomiyasu (calf), but Thomas Partey (thigh) and Kieran Tierney (knee) are likely to be out for the remainder of the season.

As for Ralf Rangnick, changes are also likely to be made to the side that was hammered by Liverpool on Tuesday, although he currently has six injury concerns to deal with ahead of this fixture.

Paul Pogba (calf) has been ruled out for the rest of the season and joins Luke Shaw (calf) and Edinson Cavani (calf) on the long-term injury list, while Fred (calf) will also miss out, but there should be returns for both Raphael Varane (ankle) and Cristiano Ronaldo for this tie.

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