Manchester City vs Arsenal – How To Watch, TV Channel, Live Stream Details

Manchester City vs Arsenal – How To Watch, TV Channel, Live Stream Details

How to watch Manchester City’s Premier League match against Arsenal

The Premier Leagues top two faces off at the Etihad Stadium tonight in what has been called a title decider by pundits, but Pep Guardiola and Mikel Arteta are making more measured responses. 

Manchester City sits five points behind Arsenal with two games in hand, with West Ham United and Brighton and Hove Albion being their opponents. 

Guardiola welcomes his former assistant Arteta to the reigning Premier League champions with one goal in mind, closing the gap and putting the title challenge in his sides control. 

Arteta, however, will know that a victory on the road will help the Gunners take another crucial step towards a first Premier League title since 2004. 

Pep Guardiola Preview 

I didn’t have [the feeling] we were making a bad bad season or we drop a lot of games. The problem was Arsenal were unstoppable,” Guardiola told media.

They made 50 points in one half. When this happens it’s hats off.

I think we didn’t drop in comparison much from the previous seasons. But at the end we were consistent, kept believing, stayed there, game by game knowing what we have to do and in the end the situation is the situation.

But tomorrow, at home where we feel comfortable with our people, I know everyone will be there and we will feel them. Hopefully our football can help to make them feel more and more. We will see. After, the players will do their best.”

How To Watch/Livestream 

Fans in the UK can watch the match on BT Sport 1 along with BT Sport Ultimate, and it can be streamed via the BT Sport App and on BTSport.com, with kick-off scheduled for 8 pm BST.

Supporters in the US can watch the action unfold on Peacock. Kick-off is set for 12 am PST and 3 pm EST.

Fans in Australia can watch the game on Optus Sport, with kick-off set for 5 am AEST* and 3 am AWST* (*Thursday Morning)

The match will be televised in Italy on Sky Sport Uno, Sky Sport 4K, Sky Sport Football, and can be streamed via Sky Go Italia and NOW TV. Kick-off is 9 pm CET.

For viewers in Portugal, the game can be watched on Eleven Sports 1 Portugal, with kick-off set for 8 pm WET.

In India, the game will be shown on Star Sports Select HD1, Hotstar VIP, Star Sports Select 1 and JioTV, where the match is set to kick off at 12:30* am IST (Thursday Morning)

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