Arsenal vs Fulham: Premier League – LIVE!

Mikel Arteta takes charge of his 100th Premier League fixture in a London derby at Emirates Stadium this evening. The Spaniard celebrates the milestone with his Gunners side currently flying high, leading the early table heading into the weekend after reeling off three consecutive dominant victories to raise expectations among supporters with morale sky-high.

Arsenal have never lost a home match against Fulham and are huge favourites to continue that run here, with Arteta having almost a completely fit squad to choose from. Marco Silva’s visitors were tipped by most to suffer another immediate relegation back to the Championship at the start of the campaign, but they have since changed plenty of minds after a solid start that included a last-gasp win over rivals Brentford and draws against Liverpool and Wolves.

Fulham are likely to find the going much tougher in N7, but in Aleksandar Mitrovic boast a striker who has been every bit as dangerous as Gabriel Jesus so far this term. Follow Arsenal vs Fulham LIVE with Standard Sport’s blog below, featuring expert analysis from Simon Collings at the ground!

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Palace boss Vieira sends Zaha message amid Arsenal rumours

Patrick Vieira believes speculation over Wilfried Zaha’s future at Crystal Palace is simply something the club have to “deal with”.

The forward has enjoyed a brilliant start to the season, scoring three goals in as many games as Palace get set for the second season under Vieira’s impressive stewardship.

Such has been the level of his form, recent reports have credited Arsenal with more interest in the 29-year-old, with the Gunners having come close to signing him during the summer of 2019.

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Arsenal Europa League group stage dates and kick-off times confirmed

A trip to Switzerland kicks off Arsenal’s return to Europe after being drawn in Group A of the 2022-23 Europa League.

FC Zurich host the Gunners in the first of three early evening kick-offs which Mikel Arteta’s men will face, with each of their away games set for a 5.45pm start.

PSV Eindhoven and Bodo/Glimt travel to north London next before what will likely be the trickiest away days of the group.

After matches in Norway and the Netherlands, Arsenal round off the stage by welcoming FC Zurich to Emirates Stadium.

Here are all the details for Arsenal’s group stage (all times BST)…


Arteta issues Arsenal FFP update after ‘Uefa watchlist’ reports

Mikel Arteta insists that Arsenal are compliant with Financial Fair Play (FFP) regulations.

Reports earlier this week suggested that the Gunners were one of 20 clubs that had been added to a Uefa watchlist after initial analysis flagged up concerns for the 2021-22 season.

Under Uefa rules, clubs are continually monitored by the Club Financial Control Body (CFCB) to ensure they do not breach FFP regulations, which relate to losses over a three-year period.

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Head to head (h2h) history and results

Arsenal wins: 40

Draws: 11

Fulham wins: 8


Prediction: Arsenal to win 3-1

Arsenal are brimming with confidence – with even William Saliba sweeping home stunners from the edge of the area – and you would fancy them against most, especially at home.

Fulham have impressed in their opening fixtures, but are still suspect at the back. The way Gabriel Jesus and Gabriel Martinelli are buzzing about, you would fancy Arsenal to get a few this weekend.

Arsenal to win 3-1.

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Fulham team news: Neeskens Kebano facing late fitness test

For Fulham, Neeskens Kebano will be assessed ahead of the game, but Harry Wilson and Manor Solomon are out for a while. Aside from that, there are no new injury worries for Silva.

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Arsenal team news: No new injury worries

Arsenal have almost a completely clean bill of health, with just Reiss Nelson out with a thigh injury.

Emile Smith Rowe is pushing for a start after returning back to match fitness.

“Everybody has trained this week and everybody is fine, so hopefully we’ll have a full team to select from, apart from Reiss [Nelson] who has been injured for a few weeks now,” said Arteta on Friday.

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Where to watch Arsenal vs Fulham

TV channel: The match will be televised on Sky Sports Premier League and Main Event

Live stream: Sky Sports subscribers will be able to watch the match online via the Sky Go app.

Live blog: You can follow all the action via Standard Sport’s live blog.

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Good afternoon and welcome to Standard Sport’s LIVE coverage of Arsenal’s Premier League clash with Fulham.

Sitting pretty at the top of the league, Mikel Arteta’s side are offered another favourable chance of extending their 100% record this season.

Kick-off at the Emirates Stadium is at 5.30pm BST.

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