Arsenal – Chelsea: How to watch, start time, stream link, odds, prediction

Arsenal v Chelsea: Arsenal are keen to prevent their winless Premier League run from hitting a terrible eight when they greet Chelsea at the Emirates Stadium on Saturday (start time 12:30 PM ET on NBCSN or online via
Mikel Arteta's under fire Gunners haven't won the league since November 1st and have been at home in the league since October 4th. You only took one point from Chelsea last season.
As for Chelsea, Frank Lampard's Blues have a 3-0 loss to West Ham and are hoping to stay in the middle of the congested top 4 race.
Here is everything you need to know before this clash between the Gunners and the Blues.
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Team news
Arsenal are awaiting the return of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Thomas Partey from injury, losing to Gabriel Martinelli on Tuesday to a short-term injury. Granite Xhaka is suspended.
Ben Chilwell has joined the Chelsea Walking Wound list, which includes Hakim Ziyech and Reece James.
Chances and odds of winning (full chances of winning from our partner PointsBet)
Arsenal are +280 to get all three points and +260 to get a tie, while Chelsea are -110 favorites to win the match.
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It's difficult to make one without knowing Aubameyang's status. We assume he's ready to win the Gunners for a home point against Christian Pulisic and the Blues. Arsenal 1-1 Chelsea.
How to watch Arsenal - Chelsea, streaming and start time
Kick-off: Saturday, 12:30 p.m. ET
TV station: NBC
Online: Stream via
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