Tottenham vs Arsenal TV channel, live stream, team news, time, odds and head-to-head

first_imgMORE: Ian Wright backs Arsenal to beat Tottenham and makes Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang contract predictionMORE: ‘Are you serious!?’ Arsenal star Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s class response to Tottenham questionFollow Metro Sport across our social channels, on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.For more stories like this, check our sport page. Metro Sport ReporterSunday 12 Jul 2020 11:36 amShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link Tottenham vs Arsenal TV channel, live stream, team news, time, odds and head-to-head Advertisement Commentcenter_img Head-to-head in last five meetings 01 Sep 2019: Arsenal 2-2 Tottenham – Premier League02 Mar 2019: Tottenham 1-1 Arsenal – Premier League19 Dec 2018: Arsenal 0-2 Tottenham – League Cup02 Dec 2018: Arsenal 4-2 Tottenham – Premier League10 Feb 2018: Tottenham 1-0 Arsenal – Premier League Jose Mourinho and Mikel Arteta are desperate for victory in the north London derby (Picture: Getty Images)Tottenham host Arsenal in the north London derby on Sunday afternoon in a vitally important contest for the momentum of both managers, who are looking to build something at their respective clubs.Jose Mourinho has been struggling to find much rhythm at Spurs and they sit 10th in the table after a turgid draw with Bournemouth last time out.Mikel Arteta has been picking up results, with three wins and a draw in his last four Premier League outings, which keeps them in hope of a European place, now eighth in the division.This will be the first time the Portuguese and the Spaniard have met as managers.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENTWhat time is Tottenham vs Arsenal?The match kicks-off at 4.30pm on Sunday 12 July at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.Tottenham vs Arsenal TV channel and live streamThe game will be shown live on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Premier League with coverage following the Aston Villa vs Crystal Palace contest.Subscribers can stream the action on Sky Go or on the Sky Sports app, while non-subscribers can watch through a Sky Sports Pass on Now TV.More: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man CityTottenham vs Arsenal team newsSpurs have concerns in defence with Eric Dier suspended, while Juan Foyth and Japhet Tanganga remain out, however, the rest of the squad is fit and available.Arsenal are still missing Bernd Leno, Calum Chambers, Gabriel Martinelli and Pablo Mari through injury.Matteo Guendouzi is being left out due after falling out with Mikel Arteta, while it is not clear what is going on with Mesut Ozil, but he is unlikely to be involved.Eddie Nketiah is suspended after being sent off against Leicester last time out.Tottenham vs Arsenal odds7/4 Tottenham23/10 Draw17/10 ArsenalOdds courtesy of Betfair Advertisementlast_img read more

EPL: Crystal Palace stun sloppy Man U

first_imgWilfried Zaha came back to haunt his former club as his two goals helped Crystal Palace stun Manchester United 3-1 at Old Trafford.Andros Townsend gave the visitors a shock lead after seven minutes before Zaha’s controversial penalty doubled the advantage with a quarter of an hour left. Donny Van de Beek came off the bench to grab the Red Devils a lifeline on his debut but it was too little, too late after a lacklustre display from the hosts.Zaha’s brilliance shone through late on with a fine solo finish to wrap up three deserved points for Roy Hodgson’s side.Ole Gunnar Solskjaer made a number of surprising changes to his side ahead of their season opener, with Timothy Fosu-Mensah and Daniel James starting ahead of Aaron Wan-Bissaka and Mason Greenwood.Having already seen his side record a win in their first game at Southampton, Hodgson only made enforced alterations to his line-up, with Mamadou Sakho coming in at centre-back.It was to be expected that with very little football played, United would be the rustier of the two sides. But the sharpness and confidence Palace were displaying must have taken them by surprise.It only took one passage of play to tear apart the Red Devils and Luke Shaw, returning from three months out, was given a rude awakening.The left-back was caught napping as Townsend ghosted in behind him to slot home from Jeffrey Schlupp’s cross.Palace were full value for their lead and United, struggling to piece together any sort of attacking moves, looked to Bruno Fernandes for inspiration as the Portuguese saw a long-range effort saved.VAR checked for a possible penalty when Pogba collided with James McCarthy in the penalty area but after a lengthy stoppage, Martin Atkinson waved play on. Solskjaer decided enough was enough, hooking James after an anonymous display and sending on 18-year-old Greenwood, who was wearing the no.11 shirt for the first time.But there was no marked improvement from United and if anything, Palace looked the more likely side to score.Out of nowhere, Greenwood had a golden chance to level the score but steered his free header wide from Fosu-Mensah’s cross at the far post.Palace began to threaten as United searched for an equaliser but even the visitors may have been surprised by how their second goal came about.RelatedPosts Ighalo: My best moment as ‘Red Devil’ EPL: Red Devils attack Palace Townsend: Eze’s an incredible talent Jordan Ayew shot from inside the box and his effort appeared to strike Victor Lindelof’s arm.After a long stoppage, Atkinson went to check the VAR monitor pitchside and decided it was a penalty.Ayew stepped up somewhat hesitantly and De Gea kept out his spot-kick.But the drama wasn’t over: the Spaniard had overstepped his line and Atkinson ordered a retake.This time, it was Zaha’s turn and he made no mistake, rocketing his effort into the top corner.United sent on Van de Beek for Paul Pogba and the Dutchman made an instant impact, rolling into the far corner with 10 minutes to go.But Zaha wrapped up the win on 85 minutes, slotting into the bottom corner after receiving a pass from Tyrick Mitchell to get one over his former club and prove why Palace are so desperate to keep him at Selhurst Park.Tags: Crystal PalaceDonny van de BeekManchester UnitedRed DevilsWilfried Zahalast_img read more