Arsenal continue their 2016-17 season as they take on Southampton in the quarterfinals of EFL Cup this Wednesday, 30 November 2016 before they move to a very hectic December 2016. December will see Arsenal play 6 premier league games and a champions league match starting with away fixture against West Ham on Sunday, 03 December followed by FC Basel in champions League three days later. You can get live results and links for all Arsenal matches right here on this page.
[ Arsenal next game will be on Boxing day, 26th December 2016 against West Brom at Emirates Stadium. The game will kickoff at around 15:00 uk time ]
Arsenal finished third in the premier league last season and they will find it difficult this season to retain their place in the top four as all other teams have strengthen their squads. Arsenal will start their premier league campaign against Liverpool on 13th August 2016 at home followed by away fixtures against Leicester City and Watford. Its all setup for a massive season in english football and you can watch all Arsenal matches live here.
Below is the list of upcoming matches for Arsenal and the entire premier league fixture list for gunners. We will keep updating the fixture list once champions league and fa cup fixtures are announced.
Arsenal vs Paris Saint German (Champions League) Date: Wednesday, 23 November – Time: 19:45 uk time Venue: Emirates, London TV Channels: BTSports (UK), FoxSports (US)
Arsenal vs AFC Bournemouth (Premier League) Date: Sunday, 27 November 2016 – Time: 14:15 uk time Venue: Emirates Stadium, London TV Channels: SkySports (UK), NBC (US)
Arsenalvs Southampton (EFL Cup – QF) Date: Wednesday, 30 November 2016 – Time: 20:00 uk time Venue: Emirates Stadium, London TV Channels: SkySports (UK)
West Ham vs Arsenal (Premier League) Date: Saturday, 03 December 2016 – Time: 17:30 uk time time Venue: Olympic Stadium. London TV Channels: SkySports (UK)
FC Basel vs Arsenal (Champions League) Date: Tuesday, 06 December 2016 – Time: 19:45 uk time Venue: St. Jakob-Park TV Channels: Fox Sports (US), BT Sports (US)
Short Preview:Many believe that this will be the last season for Arsene Wenger as Arsenal manager as he go into his last year of the current contract. They have a solid squad with the inclusion of Granit Xhaka and all they need to do is keep the main players injury free to have a good shot at the title race. Regardless how Arsenal finish this season, they might part company with Wenger who would love to go out as the premier league medal.
Arsenal’s Champions League campaign begins in mid September and this is one competition where Wenger has failed miserably over the past decade. I expect them to put up a good showing this year but premier league quality has improved overall and it will be more difficult to win the title or even to remain in title race with so many contenders.