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Arsenal vs West Ham kick-off time, TV and live stream information


There were contrasting fortunes for Arsenal and West Ham on the opening day of the Premier League season.

The Gunners brushed aside newly-promoted Fulham 3-0, while David Moyes’ side slipped to a 2-0 defeat at home to Newcastle.

Now it’s a second London derby in two matches for Arsenal as they welcome the Hammers to the Emirates.

Willian impressed on his Arsenal debut last weekend, setting up two goals; one for fellow new boy Gabriel and another for captain and talisman Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.

The visitors will be wanting to put last weekend’s disappointment behind them, though it’ll be a tough ask against a Gunners side full of confidence.

What time is Arsenal vs West Ham?

Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta issuing instructions to his players
Mikel Arteta’s Arsenal side got off to the perfect start to the season last weekend

The London derby between Arsenal and West Ham is the fourth and final Premier League game being played on Saturday.

Kick-off is at 8pm, straight after Manchester United vs Crystal Palace which gets underway at 5.30pm.

Earlier in the day, Everton host West Brom at 12.30pm, before Leeds take on Fulham at Elland Road at 3pm.

Arsenal vs West Ham TV channel and live stream

Arsenal's Gabriel, second left, celebrates with teammates after scoring on his debut for the club
Will we see Arsenal celebrating again on Saturday evening?

Sky Sports ’ Main Event and Premier League channel will be showing Arsenal vs West Ham, and follows on from Sky’s coverage from the 5.30pm kick-off at Old Trafford.

The match will not be on free-to-air TV, so fans will need to pay to watch the game.

Those with Sky Sports or Now TV subscriptions can stream the game through Sky Go or Now TV apps.

Arsenal vs West Ham odds

West Ham's Declan Rice looks dejected during his side's defeat to Newcastle
It was a tough night for West Ham against Newcastle last weekend

Arsenal won well on the opening day, West Ham lost woefully – so odds of 8/15 for a Gunners win and 5/1 for The Hammers are understandable.

West Ham couldn’t trouble the Newcastle rearguard in their opening match so Arsenal to win to nil at a generous 6/4 with looks tempting.

In the previous five meetings at the Emirates Stadium, Arsenal have scored 12 goals, and we feel they will run riot while keeping a clean sheet on Saturday evening. And bank on early goal.

The opener was netted by the 21st minute on average at the Emirates last season, the earliest such stadium average in the PL. In fact only twice was the first match goal scored after half-time. Arsenal half-time Arsenal full-time is 5/4.

Odds collected from and are subject to change.


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