Arsenal v Crystal Palace live stream, Sky Sports, Thursday 14 January, 8.00pm GMT
Arsenal will be looking to continue their fine run of form when they host Crystal Palace on Thursday.
Mikel Arteta found himself under pressure this time last month, but an upturn in results and performances has afforded the Spaniard some breathing space. Arsenal (opens in new tab) have won each of their last three games in the Premier League and were also victorious in the third round of the FA Cup, beating Newcastle (opens in new tab) 2-0 after extra time last weekend.
The Gunners have kept three clean sheets on the bounce in all competitions, and they have also shown signs of sorting out their attacking inefficiencies. Bukayo Saka, Emile Smith Rowe and Gabriel Martinelli have injected some much-needed vibrancy to the team in recent weeks, and Arteta will hope that Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s goal against Newcastle kick-starts a return to form for the Gabon international. Arsenal are still in the bottom half of the table, but things are certainly looking up at the Emirates Stadium.
Palace won their last Premier League fixture, beating Sheffield United (opens in new tab) 2-0 at Selhurst Park. They followed that success up with a disappointing showing against Wolves (opens in new tab) in the third round of the FA Cup, with Roy Hodgson’s side failing to land a single shot on target in a 1-0 defeat. Yet with their counter-attacking prowess, Palace are capable of causing Arsenal problems on Thursday.
Gabriel could return to the heart of the backline after his spell on the sidelines with COVID-19. Martinelli will miss out with an ankle injury, but Thomas Partey could be named among the substitutes as he nears a return from a thigh problem.
Palace duo Jeffrey Schlupp and Mamadou Sakho have joined a list of absentees that already included Martin Kelly, Wayne Hennessey, Nathan Ferguson and Connor Wickham. Gary Cahill is a doubt due to a thigh injury, while Scott Dann is unlikely to be involved because of a problem with the same muscle.
Kick-off is at 8.00pm GMT and the game is being shown on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Premier League in the UK. See below for watching details where you are.
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