Norwich City vs Arsenal: How to watch, TV channel, live stream information, kick-off time

Mikel Arteta’s Arsenal will be hoping to extend their impressive run of form on Boxing Day, as they travel to East Anglia to face Dean Smith’s Norwich City.

The Gunners most recently booked their place in the semi-final of this season’s Carabao Cup as they defeated League One side Sunderland 5-1 on Tuesday evening.

Eddie Nketiah, 22, scored his first senior hat-trick in the win, with Charlie Patino and Nicolas Pepe also netting in the cup success.

With attention now turning back to domestic action, however, Arsenal will be looking to further close the gap on third-place Chelsea, who are now just six points ahead of them with only 18 games played thus far.

As for the hosts, time is running out and points are needed imminently to give them the best chance of avoiding an immediate return to the Championship this season.

The Canaries have picked up 10 points so far and would jump out of the relegation places with a win against the Gunners this weekend.

Here takes you through all the details of the match day coverage…

When and where?

Kick-off is scheduled for 3pm at Carrow Road.

What are the odds?

Here are the latest odds from Grosvenor Sport:

  • Norwich City 7/1
  • Draw 19/5
  • Arsenal 21/50

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Is the game on TV?

The Gunners Boxing Day clash is not being shown on terrestrial TV, with eager fans having to wait until BBC One’s Match of the Day coverage at 10.40pm to view highlights of the encounter. That means the game will not be able to be streamed on Sky Go or BT Sport’s app live, however, Match of the Day can be streamed for highlights on the iPlayer that night.

How can I follow it? has you covered. As usual we will be inside the stadium and will have a live blog for you to follow, with updates and match analysis following proceedings as per usual across the site.

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Early team news

Callum Chambers, Pablo Mari and Albert Sambi Lokonga are all still in their own isolation periods due to contracting Covid-19 most recently, remaining doubts for this weekend.

Manager Mikel Arteta provided an update, as he said: “We didn’t pick up any injuries yesterday, obviously before the game we lost Calum (Chambers) with Covid. We are tested every day and we will see how it goes, touch wood.”

Takehiro Tomiyasu was also taken off during the Gunners tie with Leeds and will be assesed once more prior to making the trip.

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