Arsenal vs Sheffield United LIVE: Stream, TV channel, teams, kick-off time as Nketiah starts over Lacazette for Gunners – The Sun

ARSENAL host Sheffield United this weekend as they aim to keep up the good start they've had to their season.

The Gunners picked up just one point from the Blades last season but will fancy their chances this time around with Chris Wilder's men yet to score or pick up a point.

What time does Arsenal vs Sheffield United kick off?

  • The match will take place on Sunday October 4.
  • Kick-off will be at 2pm.
  • It will be held at the Emirates stadium.

What TV channel is Arsenal vs Sheffield United on and can I live stream it?

  • The game will be shown on Sky Sports Premier League and Main Event.
  • Sky Sports subscribers will be able to live stream the match via the Sky Go website, or on the application for phones, computers and tablets.
  • Fans who do not have Sky Sports can watch the game with a Sky Sports day pass for £9.99 on NOW TV.

What is the team news?

Match odds

  • Arsenal to win – 4/7
  • Draw – 29/10
  • Sheffield United to win – 11/2
  • Both teams to score – 19/20

*All odds from Ladbrokes and correct at time of publication.

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    At home, Arsenal are unbeaten in their last 10 league meetings with Sheffield United (W8 D2) since a 0-1 loss in August 1971.

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    18 Foderingham, 4 Fleck, 9 McBurnie, 10 Sharp, 13 Lowe, 22 Ampadu, 16 Norwood.

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    13 Runarsson, 16 Holding, 15 Maitland-Niles, 28 Willock, 34 Xhaka, 19 Pepe, 9 Lacazette.

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    3-5-2 for Chris Wilder's side, new signing Rhian Brewster was not registered in time to play!

    1 Ramsdale, 6 Basham, 12 Egan (c), 19 Robinson, 2 Baldock, 3 Stevens, 8 Berge, 7 Lundstram, 23 Osborn, 17 McGoldrick, 14 Burke.

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    Arsenal are playing with a back four with Gabriel partnering David Luiz, with Nketiah leading the line.

    1 Leno, 2 Bellerin, 23 Luiz, 6 Gabriel, 3 Tierney, 8 Ceballos, 25 Elneny, 7 Saka, 12 Willian, 30 Nketiah, 14 Aubameyang (c).

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    Arsenal and Sheffield remember Sergeant Matt Ratana who was killed in the line of duty.

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    Sheffield United are looking to go four consecutive top-flight games without defeat against Arsenal for the first time since March 1965 (five games – W2 D3).

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    Arsenal’s last victory over Sheffield United in the Premier League was back in September 2006 (3-0) – they are winless in their three meetings in the competition since (D1 L2), with their only goal in this run coming in the 1-1 draw at the Emirates last season.

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    Good afternoon and welcome to the live blog for Arsenal vs Sheffield!

    Sheffield go into the game having lost all three of their opening Premier League fixtures.

    The Blades have also not scored a Premier League goal, but with the new signing of Rhian Brewster, maybe their luck will change.

    Chris Wilder’s men will be looking to turn their fortunes around at a ground where they rescued a point in the dying minutes last season.

    Mikel Arteta was in charge of the game which saw his side concede late on, much has changed since then, including winning a FA Cup and FA Community Shield.

    Arsenal have won two of their three opening fixtures with their only loss coming at the hands of Premier League champions, Liverpool.

    Cedric could return to the bench for The Gunners following a calf issue, the right-back played 90 minutes in their win against Liverpool on Thursday.

    For Sheffield, John Egan is back following his suspension whilst Lys Mousset and Jack O’Connell are injured.

    Goalkeeper Simon Moore may return from a broken finger.

    We’ll have the team news shortly!

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