Arsenal v Newcastle: How to watch Premier League clash on TV, kick off time and how to watch highlights
If results go their way, Newcastle can finish the latest round of fixtures seven points clear of fifth place Tottenham Hotspur, close to gap to Arsenal to six points and leapfrog Manchester City in second place
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Newcastle, who currently occupy the Champions League places, drew a blank in their last outing against a resolute Leeds United side. Newcastle registered double the shots and five times more shots on target but couldn’t find a way through.
Meanwhile, their opponents are scoring goals for fun and scored four away from home in their last Premier League game. Goals from Bukayo Saka, Eddie Nketiah, Gabriel Martinelli and Martin Odegaard were enough to see Brighton off.
But, despite their success up front, Arsenal do leak goals at the back which is something Newcastle will look to exploit. Arsenal have conceded three goals in two games since the Premier League resumed on Boxing Day.
Callum Wilson was an unused sub for Newcastle at the weekend. The former Bournemouth striker has been battling a bout of illness, but will hope to see some minutes tonight (January 3).
When does Arsenal v Newcastle kick off?
Arsenal v Newcastle will kick off at 7:45pm on Tuesday, January 3 2023. The game will be played at the Emirates Stadium, the home of Arsenal for almost two decades.
How to watch the game live on TV
The game is being played live on Sky Sports. Customers who are not currently signed up can sign up on the Sky Sports website.
Non-Sky customers can currently purchase the Sky Q, Sky TV, Netflix & Sky Sports package. This grants you access to Over 400 live football games on Sky Sports, plus Sky TV & Netflix and costs £46 a month plus a £20 set up fee.
Sky Q and Sky+ customers can choose the 2 for 1 football offer. This option has no contract and just costs extra on top of your existing deals. To upgrade to this, visit the Sky website.
Another option to watch the game is to sign up to Now TV. You can pay £11.98 as a one-off payment to watch the game. This gives you access to five Sky Sports channels for 24 hours from purchase.
Also, via Now TV, is the sports membership. This is currently at the discounted price of £20 a month for six months, down from £33 a month. This option gives you unlimited access to all 11 Sky Sports channels, and allows you to stream Sky Sports channels at up to three devices at once, and you can cancel anytime.
How to watch highlights of Arsenal v Newcastle
Sky Sports fans can watch highlights of the game just 15 minutes after the match has ended. Otherwise, fans may have to wait for each respective club to release highlights onto their official Youtube channels.
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