Bournemouth v Arsenal Live Stream Match Details
DATE: January 14th 2018
TIME: 13:30 GMT
WHERE: Vitality Stadium, Bournemouth
COMPETITION: English Premier League
How to Watch Bournemouth v Arsenal Live Stream
Gunners fans can watch this all-important league fixture when you grab a NOW TV Sky Sports Day Pass for just £6.99 and get Bournemouth v Arsenal live streaming for this Super Sunday Premier League clash!
Once again you’ll be able to watch Arsenal live on tv and streaming this weekend – Sky Sports Premier League and Main Event will be broadcasting Bournemouth v Arsenal live stream with the coverage starting at 12:30 and the kick off coming at 1:30pm for UK viewers.
This crucial ‘three pointer’ for the Arsenal will also be covered on various sport radio channels as well as live commentary blogs e.g. BBC Football and Sky Sports. If you want an All Arsenal perspective then make sure to join us on Facebook where we’ll be doing live key commentary throughout this one down on the south coast! Don’t forget to check out the full and detailed match report after full-time.
Bournemouth v Arsenal Head-to-Head League Record
This Sunday will see just the seventh meeting between the Cherries and Gunners, with the south coast side facing an uphill task when it comes to form as Arsenal have never lost home or away. In-fact there have been five victories and one draw in the history between the two sides.
Bournemouth are in pretty bad form this season, hovering quite close to the relegation zone, while Arsenal will draw on their nearest defeat to the Cherries at the Vitality by securing a sensation comeback 3-3 draw just over a year ago.
|09 Sep 2017||Arsenal v AFC Bournemouth||3-0||Win|
|03 Jan 2017||AFC Bournemouth v Arsenal||3-3||Draw|
|27 Nov 2016||Arsenal v AFC Bournemouth||3-1||Win|
|07 Feb 2016||AFC Bournemouth v Arsenal||0-2||Win|
|28 Dec 2015||Arsenal v AFC Bournemouth||2-0||Win|
Match Scenarios for Bournemouth v Arsenal
Victory could see Arsenal move back into fifth in the Premier League table but if rivals Spurs also win then Arsene Wenger’s men will remain in sixth. A potential shock defeat for the Gunners at Bournemouth will see them stay where they are in the table with nearest rivals Burnley five points adrift.