PL Match Today | Crystal Palace vs Arsenal Team News ,Channel And Odds

Another London derby is set for Monday, and Crystal Palace will try to pull off the upset when they host Arsenal in an English Premier League match at Selhurst Park. Crystal Palace finished 11th in the Premier League table last season but were formidable at home, even more so after the return of manager Roy Hodgson late last season. The Gunners finished second to Manchester City last season and come in on a mission to win their first league title in 20 years. The Gunners beat Manchester City on penalties to win the Community Shield two weeks ago. They opened their EPL campaign with a 2-1 home victory against Nottingham Forest. Crystal Palace dominated their road match with Sheffield United last Saturday but only managed a 1-0 victory.

The Crystal Palace vs Arsenal live stream will be shown on many different channels across the world. But what if you’re not in your home country and want to watch it on your usual service?

Why you should back Arsenal
The Gunners won nine straight matches to begin last season and lost just once (12-1-1) before the World Cup break. Now they have even more talent in attack, and the league title is the only goal. Arsenal scored 88 goals last season, trailing only Man City, while Palace scored 40. Martin Odegaard (15), Gabriel Martinelli (15) and Bukayo Saka (14) combined for more than that. The team has since added coveted midfielder Declan Rice from West Ham and speedy Kai Havertz from Chelsea.

Arsenal’s goals last week came from Saka and 24-year-old Eddie Nketiah, who started between Saka and Martinelli up front. With Rice, Odegaard and Havertz behind them, the Gunners are formidable enough to tear open any defense. Arsenal won both meetings with the Eagles last season – 2-0 at Selhurst Park to open the season and a 4-1 thrashing at the Emirates in March. They have lost just three times to Crystal Palace (15-9-3) in all competitions since 1994.

Arsenal are coming off a 2-1 win over Nottingham Forest in their opening league game while Crystal Palace registered a narrow 1-0 win against Sheffield United. The Gunners have won their last four matches in a row, a run that includes the Community Shield victory over Manchester City on penalties.

Arsenal are the clear favorites to win the game as they chase defending champions City for the title after missing out last season, but Crystal Palace will be looking to cause an upset. Here GOAL brings you everything you need to know about how to watch, including TV channel, streaming details and more.

Why you should back Crystal Palace
The Eagles flirted with relegation for a big part of last season, but they’ve looked like a different team since Patrick Vieira was fired and replaced by Hodgson. The 76-year-old England national team manager spent four seasons with Palace and has been coaching for nearly 50 years. The team went 5-3-2 following his return, going 3-2-0 at home. Palace were much better at Selhurst Park throughout the season, going 7-7-5 on their turf, compared to 4-5-10 on the road.

Wilfried Zaha has moved on to Galatasaray, so Eberechi Eze (10 goals in 2022-23) and Odsonne Edouard (five) should lead the attack. Edouard scored the goal last week. Midfielders Jordan Ayew and Jeffrey Schlupp combined for seven goals and five assists last season. Joachim Andersen and Marc Guehi are a formidable duo in the back, and Sam Johnstone is likely to start in goal as Vicente Guaita’s status remains unclear. Johnstone had three clean sheets and a 76.5 save percentage in nine starts in 2022-23. Palace were 4-3-2 in those starts.

Arsenal team news
Jurrien Timber faces a long road to recovery from an ACL injury and will join Gabriel Jesus and Mohamed Elneny, who are also nursing knee problems.

Oleksandr Zinchenko is nearing a return from a calf issue that kept him out of pre-season, according to Arteta. New signing David Raya is expected to be in the matchday squad following his move from Brentford.

Arsenal predicted XI: Ramsdale; White, Saliba, Gabriel, Zinchenko; Odegaard, Rice, Partey; Saka, Nketiah, Martinelli

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