05 December 2019 22:05

Search with google Hello and welcome to football.london's live blog of Arsenal's Premier League clash against Brighton.

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Who's Playing Arsenal (home) vs. Brighton & Hove Albion (away) Current Records: Arsenal 4-3-7; Brighton & Hove Albion 4-7-3 What to Know Arsenal and Brighton & Hove Albion are even-steven against one another since October of 2017 (both 1-1-2), but likely not for long. They are meeting up for their first leg of the season at 3:15 p.m. ET on Thursday at Emirates Stadium. On Sunday, Arsenal and Norwich City ended up with a point apiece after a 2-2 draw. Brighton lost 2-1 to Liverpool.

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After their draw, Arsenal will be looking to earn the full three points in this match. We'll see if Brighton is willing to oblige them. How To Watch Brighton & Hove Albion Arsenal vs. Brighton & Hove Albion When: Thursday at 3:15 p.m. ET Thursday at 3:15 p.m. ET Where: Emirates Stadium Emirates Stadium TV: NBC Sports Network NBC Sports Network Online streaming: fuboTV (Try for free) fuboTV (Try for free) Follow: CBS Sports App Series History Arsenal and Brighton & Hove Albion both have one win in their last four games. What term do you want to search?

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Search with google Hello and welcome to football.london's live blog of Arsenal's Premier League clash against Brighton. Freddie Ljungberg picked both Alexandre Lacazette and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang in an attacking line up that also saw Mesut Ozil in the starting line up. Kieran Tierney and Nicolas Pepe are among the substitutes. The Gunners needed to find a win after only drawing 2-2 with Norwich City at the weekend but it was the Seagulls who opened the scoring through Adam Webster. Follow full live updates below.

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Good evening and welcome to the final night of the Premier League's first Amazon Prime bonanza. You are probably here because you haven't paid your £7.99 per month to subscribe to their service. Or perhaps you have done and you're dual-screening it. Whatever brings you here: hello. Tonight sees Freddie Ljungberg's Arsenal host Graham Potter's Brighton and Hove Albion at the Emirates Stadium.

On paper, it should prove a simple enough task for the hosts. But things aren't quite going to plan. Ljungberg's first match at the (temporary) helm on Sunday saw the familiar problem of Arsenal's defensive frailties emerge in a 2-2 draw at Norwich. Having only been in charge for two days at that point, he hadn't had much time to put his stamp on things. Whether he can fix Arsenal's vulnerability at the back just a few days on is doubtful. It will be interesting to see who he opts for in his starting XI tonight, having raised eyebrows with his team selection on Sunday. Arsenal's last Premier League victory came almost two months ago in a 1-0 win against Bournemouth and they are winless in eight games in all competitions. Brighton are also struggling somewhat, although their travails are to be more expected. Having faced Liverpool, Leicester City and Manchester United in their last three Premier League games, tonight's match continues a pretty hellish run for Potter's side. If they can get anything out of this one it will be an achievement after three successive defeats. This one kicks off in a chilly north London at 8.15pm.

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