Arsenal host Crystal Palace to conclude the current batch of midweek Premier League fixtures.
The Gunners have suffered a miserable season so far and linger in 11th but have shown signs of life in recent weeks with three consecutive league wins to their name.
Boss Mikel Arteta will also be pleased with three back-t0-back clean sheets in all competitions.
On the other hand, Palace are wavering in the bottom half. They have won just one of their last seven matches in all competitions.
Roy Hodgson knows he is under increasing pressure to climb up the league after being back with top signings such as Eberechi Eze but will also be wary of the threat Arsenal can pose.
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When is Arsenal v Crystal Palace on TV?
Arsenal v Crystal Palace will take place on Thursday 14th January 2021.
What time is kick-off?
Arsenal v Crystal Palace will kick off at 8pm.
There are numerous Premier League games taking place this weekend including Liverpool v Man Utd.
What TV channel is Arsenal v Crystal Palace on?
You can watch the game live on Sky Sports Premier League and Main Event from 7:30pm.
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How to live stream Arsenal v Crystal Palace online
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Arsenal v Crystal Palace team news
Arsenal: Gabriel Martinelli is out of action following an injury in the warm-up for their last outing.
Thomas Partey and Gabriel are both close to returning to the side, but the Palace clash is likely to come just too soon.
Crystal Palace: The injury list doesn’t appear to be getting shorter with six players ruled out and two doubts.
Centre-back duo Scott Dann and Gary Cahill are close to returning, but Martin Kelly, Mamadou Sakho, Connor Wickham, Wayne Hennessey, Nathan Ferguson and Jeffrey Schlupp are all out.
Our prediction: Arsenal v Crystal Palace
Palace will adopt their usual compact style, regardless of Arsenal’s standing in the league.
The Gunners simply must attack in this one. Palace can be a tough nut to crack, but once a breakthrough is made, they’re liable to crumbling.
This is a golden opportunity for Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang to step up his game and rebuild his confidence while in-form attackers Alexandre Lacazette and Emile Smith Rowe are on hand to support as well as thrive alone.
Our prediction: Arsenal 2-0 Crystal Palace
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