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Watch Sunderland vs Arsenal on Oct. 25: live streaming & TV listings

October 25, 2014 By Mike Goncalves
Arsenal's domestic campaign is off to a slow start, while Sunderland are coming off a very disappointing defeat. Watch this Premier League match live as both these sides look to get back on track at the Stadium of Light.

Late minute heroics from Arsenal against Anderlecht on Wednesday should have the Gunners feeling more confident today. A match at the Stadium of Light against a bruised and battered Sunderland could be just what the doctor ordered, or could it backfire?

Arsene Wenger's crew has been far from impressive this season. With only two Premier League victories from eight fixtures, the North London outfit needs to go on a winning streak or else they could fall too far behind Chelsea and Manchester City before Christmas.

Getting back in the win column today may seem to be a reasonable task for the Gunners, but if you've watched them, you just never know what to expect from Arsenal.

The visitors will try to not only get their third EPL win along with the three points, but they will try to take advantage of a side that was embarrassed their last out.

Gus Poyet's men were outplayed against Southampton last Saturday, resulting in a shocking 8-0 defeat. How can the black cats bounce back from that?

With only one win from their last 21 meetings with the Gunners, Sunderland will really need to dig deep in order to bounce back from their worst performance in quite some time.

Wenger's injury concerns will once again take center stage for Arsenal in this match.

Jack Wilshere will be out due to suspension, while Laurent Koscielny will be unavailable again with an achilles injury. But on the positive side of things, Theo Walcott will be available for selection after playing some minutes in the U-21 match last Friday. 

Walcott will likely not start the match, but the Englishman's pace alongside Welbeck and Sanchez could really cause problems for opposing defenders. Who better to take advantage of than a Sunderland defensive unit that just conceded eight goals.

Poyet has injuries of his own ahead of today's EPL fixture.

Sebastian Coates and Billy Jones are likely to be out for a few weeks, while Giaccherini and Alvarez are still unavailable.

Sunderland's Starting Lineup:Mannone, Vergini, van Aanholt, O’Shea, Brown, Cattermole, Larsson, Rodwell, Buckley, Johnson, Fletcher.

Arsenal's Starting Lineup: Szczesny, Chambers, Mertesacker, Monreal, Gibbs, Arteta, Flamini, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Cazorla, Alexis, Welbeck.

Sunderland's Subs: Bridcutt, Wickham, Gomez, Reveillere, Altidore, Mavrias, Pantilimon.

Arsenal's Subs: Martinez, Bellerin, Ramsey, Campbell, Rosicky, Walcott, Podolski.

 

 

 

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