To Watch now Arsenal vs Sunderland Live Stream Online Football Update. Sunderland vs Arsenal Premier League 2017,The match kicks off at 7.45pm on Tuesday at the Emirates and you can also follow events on talkSPORT, Radio 5 Live or via SunSport’s live blog. Arsenal vs. Sunderland: Team News, Preview, Live Stream, TV Info, Sunderland shut out Arsenal to ensure their Premier League survival.
Arsenal vs Sunderland Live
Date: Tuesday, May 16
Time: 7:45 p.m. BST/2:45 p.m. ET
Venue: Emirates Stadium, London
TV Info: NBC Sports (U.S.)
Live Stream: NBC Live
Sunderland were beaten by an in-form Swansea City team in their previous Arsenal vs Sunderland Live match and beat Hull City the week before. The Black Cats have seemingly enjoyed playing without the pressure of a relegation scrap, but they still don’t figure to be in Arsenal’s league. Winning the midfield battle shouldn’t be too difficult, but breaking down the wall Sunderland are expected to put up might be. Firing in countless crosses might not be a great idea―the aerial battle isn’t the Gunners’ strong suit―and there won’t be too many opportunities for the counter, either.
According to Fantasy Football Scout, Kieran Gibbs, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Alexis Sanchez remain doubts for Tuesday’s match. The latter suffered a thigh injury in the win over Stoke City, but he scored after picking up the knock, indicating the setback is minor. Jason Denayer and Victor Anichebe both were substituted with injuries in the match against Swansea City, and there are questions regarding their availability. Arsenal vs Sunderland Live Petr Cech, Rob Holding, Shkodran Mustafi, Laurent Koscielny, Hector Bellerin, Francis Coquelin, Granit Xhaka, Nacho Monreal, Mesut Ozil, Alexis Sanchez, Danny Welbeck
Arsenal vs Sunderland Live Jordan Pickford, Javier Manquillo, John O’Shea, Lamine Kone, Billy Jones, Didier Ndong, Jason Denayer, Sebastian Larsson, Victor Anichebe, Jermain Defoe, Fabio Borini Arsenal’s push for a top-four finish in the Premier League will continue on Tuesday, when they host Sunderland in their penultimate match of the season. The Gunners sit four points behind Liverpool―with a match in hand―and three behind Manchester City and need to keep winning to have any chance of qualifying for next year’s UEFA Champions League. Fortunately for the team, Tuesday’s opponents shouldn’t present much of a threat.