Arsenal v Watford Live Stream Match Details
Watch Arsenal v Watford Live Stream Online
If you can stomach another Gunners match off the back of three straight league defeats then you can grab a NOW TV Sky Sports Day Pass for just £7.99 and watch Arsenal v Watford live stream for complete flexibility. You can watch via your mobile on the go, laptop or tablet and if you have the NOW TV box then you can watch the game at the Emirates live on your television.
Fans can also watch Arsenal v Watford live stream across the Sky Sports Premier League channel on Sunday afternoon with the kick off at 1:30PM for UK viewers.
This all-important Super Sunday Premier League clash will also be covered on various sport radio channels as well as live commentary blogs. If you want an All Arsenal perspective then make sure to join us on Facebook or Twitter where we’ll be doing live key commentary as the Gunners look to win for the first time in four league games. Don’t forget to check out the full and detailed match report after full-time on-site.
Arsenal v Watford Head-to-Head Record
Arsenal had a 2017 to forget against Watford, losing back-to-back Premier League fixtures home and away. The most recent coming this season in October, with Troy Deeney and Tom Cleverley grabbing the goals for the Hornets, in a comeback win at Vicarage Road. Both sides since then have been out of form and if there’s ever been a time to ‘must win’ a league fixture for the Gunners then this is it on Sunday. Wenger will be hoping his side can find inspiration from the 4-0 win against their opponents in the same fixture last season at the Emirates, in an emphatic victory.
|14 Oct 2017||Watford v Arsenal||2-1||Loss|
|31 Jan 2017||Arsenal v Watford||1-2||Loss|
|27 Aug 2016||Watford v Arsenal||1-3||Win|
|02 Apr 2016||Arsenal v Watford||4-0||Win|
|13 Mar 2016||Arsenal v Watford||1-2||Loss|
Arsenal v Watford Match Implications
Thirteen points stand in the way of Arsenal and a spot in the Premier League top four this season, and even the boss has admitted it’s not going to happen with just nine games left of the season. So damage limitation will be the name of the game, and regardless of any result this Sunday the Gunners will remain in seventh spot. However, winning will be paramount as there’s now just a five point gap with Burnley in eighth catching up after their recent victory. Watford on the other hand would all but secure their Premier League status with three points taking them to 39. Defeat would open the door to a closely fought battle below them to close the gap.