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Arsenal vs Brighton live on May 05, 2019: Time, team news, broadcast listings

May 3, 2019 By Ali M.
In our match preview informing you how to watch Arsenal's clash with Brighton and Hove Albion, we compare team statistics and analyze their head-to-head record.

What is the form of Arsenal compared to Brighton?

Arsenal's form has been atrocious recently. Despite beating Valencia 3-1 in their most recent game, a Europa League semi-final clash, the Gunners are currently on a three-game losing streak in the Premier League. Furthermore, they have lost four of their last five league games, suffering defeats against Everton, Crystal Palace, Wolves, and most recently Leicester.

Brighton, on the other hand, is without a win in their last seven league games, hence their relegation battle. Five of those aforementioned games ended in defeats, picking up two points from two draws in their last three league outings.

Arsenal vs Brighton head-to-head record

The Gunners are winless in their last two encounters with the Seagulls, drawing their most recent showdown 1-1 and losing the one before that 2-1. However, both were away games. The north London giant is yet to lose at home against this opponent.

Games played: 18

Arsenal wins: 12

Brighton wins: 3

Draws: 3

Who is injured/suspended for Arsenal vs Brighton?

The season has prematurely ended for Aaron Ramsey and Denis Suarez, meaning neither will participate in Sunday's game. They will instead be on the sidelines alongside Bellerin, Holding, and Welbeck. Koscielny appeared to pick up a knock in the Europa League win over Valencia and was thus taken off late on in the game, but it remains unknown whether it was a minor or major issue. Ainsley Maitland-Niles is suspended after being sent off last weekend.

As for the visitor, Beram Kayal will undergo a late test to determine whether he is fit or not. Davy Pröpper is the only absentee (injured).

Key talking point: Top-four hopes vs relegation scare

The two teams facing off in this Sunday clash both have separate objectives that will require a win. For Arsenal, their eyes are fixed on a top-four finish. For Brighton, the objective is to avoid getting relegated. Failure to win this weekend would only be a major blow.

The Gunners currently sit in fifth spot and trail Chelsea by two points. Regardless, should the Blues slip up and Emery's men win their remaining two games, the final Champions League spot would go to the north London outfit.

As for Chris Hughton's side, they are in 17th and enjoy a four-point lead over 18th-placed Cardiff. However, Brighton's last two games will be clashes with top-six sides -- Arsenal this weekend and Man City the next. Their worst nightmare would be being overtaken by Neil Warnock's crew. Unfortunately, only one team can win, which means a setback awaits the other.

TV channels and streaming broadcasts

  • In the USA: Telemundo Deportes En Vivo, NBC Sports Live, NBCSN,, Telemundo

  • In the UK: Sky Sports Main Event, BBC Radio 5 Live, SKY GO Extra, Sky Sports Premier League

  • In Canada: Sportsnet West, Sportsnet Ontario, Sportsnet East, Sportsnet Pacific, Sportsnet World Now

  • In Australia: Optus Sport


Match details, result and original broadcast info

Arsenal 1 - 1 Brighton & Hove Albion

May 5, 2019 11:30amEmirates Stadium (London)

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