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Arsenal vs Napoli live on April 11, 2019: Time, preview, broadcast listings

April 11, 2019 By Ali M.
In our match preview informing you how to watch Arsenal's Europa League clash with Napoli, we compare team statistics and analyze their head-to-head record.

What is the form of Arsenal compared to Napoli?

Everything was going well for Arsenal until their most recent game, a trip to Arsenal. The Gunners lost that Goodison Park visit 1-0, failing to threaten the opposition. However, that is one of two defeats in their last six games in all competitions, drawing one and winning the remaining three.

As for Napoli, they are winless in their last two games, losing to Empoli before drawing Genoa. Similarly, the Italian giant has won only three times in their last six games, enjoying victories over Roma and Udinese.

Arsenal vs Napoli head-to-head record

These two sides have only locked horns twice before, in the UEFA Champions League 2013/14 group stage. Each side won their home fixtures and by a 2-0 scoreline, meaning everything is even in this clash.

Who's injured/suspended for Arsenal vs Napoli?

Doubts linger over the fitness of both Laurent Koscielny and Granit Xhaka. The defender and midfielder, struggling with foot and groin injuries respectively, will face a late fitness test before the game. Meanwhile, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is fighting an illness which has prevented him from starting the Gunners' last two games.

Ancelotti will welcome back Kalidou Koulibaly after seeing out his suspension in the previous round. Lorenzo Insigne and Faouzi Ghoulam should also be back but Amadou Diawara, Raul Albiol, and David Ospina will miss this one with injuries.

Key talking point - win at home or pack your bags for Arsenal?

While Unai Emery has been praised for turning Arsenal's fortunes around despite minimum spending and additions to the squad, one curse from the Wenger's era still lingers and that's their atrocious form away from home.

This was evident for all to see in the 1-0 loss at Everton over the weekend. Aubameyang and Co. have won only five away Premier League games all season and their last two games on the road in Europe have ended in defeats -- against Rennes and BATE.

There are thus fears that should the north London outfit fail to record an advantageous scoreline at the Emirates Stadium, this could be the end of the road for them in the Europa League. Emery, a specialist in this competition, will be hoping that's not the case.

TV channels and streaming broadcasts

  • In the USA: B/R Live, Univision Deportes

  • In the UK: BT Sport 2, BT Sport 4K UHD, BT Sport Live

  • In Canada: DAZN

  • In Australia: Optus Sport

  • In Italy: SKY Go Italia, Sky Calcio 2, Sky Sport Uno

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