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Arsenal vs Fulham: kick-off time & where to watch

Arsenal vs Fulham: kick-off time & where to watch

On Saturday at the Emirates Stadium, Arsenal will play Fulham in a London derby matchup for the Premier League.
The Gunners, who have won three straight games, including the Community Shield, are optimistic that they can make it three straight victories in the league.

When Fulham last played, they lost 0-3 to Brentford after opening the season with a victory against Everton away from home.
The visitors on Saturday begin a run of challenging games against Tottenham and Manchester City after the match against the Gunners.

Everything you require to watch is provided here by GOAL, including information on the TV channel, streaming services, and more.

Start of the Arsenal vs. Fulham game.

Date: August 26, 2023.

3 PM BST is when the game will begin.

Location: Emirates Stadium.

The match between Arsenal and Fulham will take place on Saturday at the Emirates Stadium. For UK spectators, the game begins at 3 p.m. BST.

TV channels and live streams for how to watch Arsenal vs. Fulham online.
Due to their 3pm blackout, the match will not be broadcast live on British television. After the final whistle, game highlights will be broadcast on the club’s official YouTube channels. On GOAL, you can access live updates.

Team squads and news.

Team news for Arsenal.
Arsenal full-back Takehiro Tomiyasu will be suspended from the upcoming London derby as a result of his red card in the win over Palace. He will be listed alongside Jurrien Timber, the player he took Jurrien Timber’s place and who is currently out with an ACL injury.

The team’s options are further constrained by the fact that strikers Gabriel Jesus and Folarin Balogun are both in the medical center receiving treatment for different knee and foot issues.

Ramsdale; White, Saliba, Gabriel, Zinchenko; Odegaard, Rice, Havertz; Saka, Nketiah, Martinelli were the predicted starting lineup for Arsenal.

News about the Fulham team.

Calvin Bassey could possibly start alongside Issa Diop in the upcoming game after Tim Ream was dismissed for receiving two yellow cards during the loss to Brentford.

Fulham has no other selection issues for the game on Saturday other than Ream’s absence. Joao Palhinha is expected to be reinstated into the starting lineup as soon as he recovers from a shoulder injury. The Portugal international.

Fulham’s predicted starting lineup was as follows: Leno; Tete, Diop, Bassey, Robinson; Reed, Palhinha; Traore, Pereira, Decordova-Reid; Jimenez.

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