Arsenal v Watford live stream, Sky Sports, Sunday 7 November, 2pm GMT
Arsenal will be looking to maintain their fine run of form when Watford make the short trip to north London on Sunday.
Mikel Arteta’s side beat Leicester last weekend to extend their unbeaten run to seven games in the Premier League. Arsenal fans will have been delighted to see their team impose themselves on a match away from the Emirates Stadium after they failed to do so in their recent trip to Brighton.
The Gunners dominated the first half and deservedly held a 2-0 lead at the interval, with Gabriel Magalhaes and Emile Smith Rowe getting their names on the scoresheet. The excellent Aaron Ramsdale kept Leicester at bay thereafter, helping Arsenal collect their fourth clean sheet of the campaign.
There is still room for improvement, of course, but this team looks like the one Arteta has been building towards throughout his tenure. Arsenal are playing bright football with energy and dynamism, and the youthful vigour supplied by the likes of Smith Rowe and Bukayo Saka has lifted the mood around the Emirates.
Arsenal go into the weekend in sixth place, just three points short of the Champions League places. Another victory on Sunday and some supporters might start daring to dream.
Inconsistency continues to undermine Watford’s attempts to pull clear of relegation trouble. The Hornets were unable to build on that stunning 5-2 triumph over Everton when they faced Southampton last time out. A 1-0 home loss leaves Claudio Ranieri with plenty of work to do.
Watford will have to make do without Peter Etebo and Christian Kabasele, but Emmanuel Dennis is available again after suspension. Kiko Femenia will be assessed in the run-up to kick-off.
Arsenal will be unable to call upon the services of Granit Xhaka, but Kieran Tierney is nearing a return to full fitness. The Scotland international is unlikely to start here, though.
Kick-off is at 2pm GMT on Sunday 7 November, and UK viewers can watch live on Sky Sports Premier League and Sky Sports Main Event. See below for international broadcast options.
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