ARSENAL will look to gain a six point advantage on north London rivals Tottenham when they take on Patrick Vieira’s Crystal Palace.
The Gunners will travel to Selhurst Park to take on Crystal Palace in a London derby with former Arsenal midfielder Vieira looking to cause an upset.
It ended all square at the Emirates the last time the two sides faced each other.Credit: Marc Aspland – The Times
Mikel Arteta and his young Arsenal side will be looking to grab all three points when they head to Selhurst Park on Monday night.
The sides last faced each other back in October, also on a Monday night where the two London clubs shared the points.
It was heartbreak for Vieira on his return to the Emirates after Alexandre Lacazette score a 95th minute equaliser, in a game that Palace should have won.
Arsenal and Palace are both on impressive runs of form with just one defeat between the sides in their last six games.
When is Crystal Palace vs Arsenal?
- Crystal Palace vs Arsenal will be played on Monday, April 4.
- The Premier League match will kick off at 8pm.
- It will be played at Selhurst Park.
What TV channel is Crystal Palace vs Arsenal on and can I live stream it?
- Crystal Palace vs Arsenal will be shown live on Sky Sports Premier League.
- Coverage will start at 7pm UK time.
- Sky Sports subscribers will be able to watch the match online via NOW TV or the Sky Go app.
Nathan Ferguson is expected to return to the squad after being out since early February with a thigh injury.
James McArthur is also set to return to the squad after picking up a knock prior to the international break.
Aaron Ramsdale is expected to be fit after missing the Aston Villa game due to a hip injury, before withdrawing from the England national team to focus on his recovery.
Takehiro Tomiyasu is also expected to return after a recurring injury that caused trouble in his calf, shin and heel.
Gabriel Martinelli currently has a virus but is expected to be fit for the game against Palace.
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