Arsenal vs. Huddersfield, Premier League: Prediction of what time, which channel, how to stream online, team news, odds and more - The Independent

Arsenal vs. Huddersfield, Premier League: Prediction of what time, which channel, how to stream online, team news, odds and more - The Independent

Arsenal hopes to extend his unbeaten run to 21 games if they entertain Huddersfield Town in northern London.

Unai Emery's side dropped the lead two times in the middle of the game to draw against Manchester United. However, after defeating Tottenham, the team took four points from a tough week.

David Wagner's outfit seemed to be cornering with Wolves 2-0 at the end of last month, but both games have lost to Brighton and Bournemouth, and they face another major challenge.

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What time does it start?

Arsenal vs Huddersfield Town starts at 15.00 (GMT)

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1/11 Alisson

Liverpool

2/11 Marcos Alonso

Chelsea

Virgil van Dijk

Liverpool

4/11 Andy Robertson

Liverpool

5/11 Raheem Sterling

Manchester City

6/11 Eden Hazard

Chelsea

Mohamed Salah 7/11

Liverpool

8/11 Ryan Fraser

Bournemouth

9/11 Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang

arsenal

10/11 Callum Wilson

Bournemouth

11/11 Harry Kane

Tottenham Hotspur

1/11 Alisson

Liverpool

2/11 Marcos Alonso

Chelsea

Virgil van Dijk

Liverpool

4/11 Andy Robertson

Liverpool

5/11 Raheem Sterling

Manchester City

6/11 Eden Hazard

Chelsea

Mohamed Salah 7/11

Liverpool

8/11 Ryan Fraser

Bournemouth

9/11 Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang

arsenal

10/11 Callum Wilson

Bournemouth

11/11 Harry Kane

Tottenham Hotspur

Where can I see it?

The game will not be broadcast live or televised in the UK.

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The highlights will be shown at 22:30 on BBC One.

Player to watch

Alexandre Lacazette: The Frenchman scored twice in their last two games, which was crucial for Arsenal's victory in the North London derby and draw at Old Trafford in the week. The strike hits brought Lacazette to six goals from nine games. With Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, looking tired at Old Trafford, the Gunners will look after the former Lyon team for some firepower as Christmas approaches.

Alexandre Lacazette could start next to Aubameyang (Getty)

form guide

Arsenal: DDWWWD

Huddersfield Town: LWDWLL

opportunities

Arsenal wins: 27/100

Huddersfield Town win: 21/2

Draw: 5/1

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