West Ham United v Arsenal live stream, Sky Sports, Sunday 21 March, 3pm GMT
Arsenal will be looking to keep their slim top-four hopes alive when they take on West Ham this weekend.
Mikel Arteta’s side came from behind to beat arch-rivals Tottenham last time out. Arsenal were much the better team at the Emirates Stadium and fully deserved their victory, which moved them to within 10 points of the top four.
They can close that gap to seven points with a win against West Ham on Sunday, and Arteta stated last week that he is not giving up on a challenge for the Champions League places just yet. Arsenal are certainly outsiders in that particular race, and anything other than victory at the London Stadium would in effect end their hopes with nine games remaining.
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West Ham, to the surprise of many, are in a better position than Arsenal as the business end of the season approaches. David Moyes’ side sit fifth ahead of the weekend, and a win on Sunday would move them level on points with fourth-placed Chelsea. West Ham were a little disappointing in a 1-0 defeat by Manchester United last time out, and Moyes will be looking for a response here.
Jesse Lingard missed the trip to Old Trafford as he was ineligible to face his parent club, but he should be back in the home team’s side for this one. Angelo Ogbonna, Arthur Masuaku and Darren Randolph will definitely miss out, while Andriy Yarmolenko and Pablo Fornals will need to be assessed. Ryan Fredericks is a doubt with a groin injury.
Arsenal have no confirmed absentees at the time of writing, but Willian and Bukayo Saka are both nursing minor injuries and will need to be looked at ahead of the game. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang was left out against Spurs due to a “breach of matchday protocol”, but he could be restored to the starting XI at the London Stadium.
Kick-off is at 3pm 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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