Is Arsenal vs Juventus on TV? Stream, kick-off time and team news for huge friendly match TODAY

ARSENAL have one final chance to shake the cobwebs out of their legs TODAY when they take on Italian giants Juventus in North London.

The Gunners secured maximum points in the Dubai Super Cup after beating Lyon and AC Milan.

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And Mikel Arteta would have been delighted to see Eddie Nketiah get on the scoresheet as the Englishman will be under pressure to fill injured Gabriel Jesus’ boots.

But league leaders are set to have a tough time on their hands against a Juventus side who have won three consecutive fixtures.

When is Arsenal vs Juventus?

Arsenal’s final mid-season friendly against Juventus will take place TODAY – Saturday, December 17.It is scheduled to kick off at 6pm.Emirates Stadium in North London is the allocated arena for this match and it can host approximately 60,000 spectators.Juventus went crashing out of the Champions League when they last met the Gunners in 2006.

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Is Arsenal vs Juventus on TV and can it live be streamed?

Unfortunately, Arsenal vs Juventus will NOT be shown live on TV in the UK.However, fans can head to Arsenal’s website or official app to gain access for the match.You will need to purchase a pass on the club website for £5.99.Alternatively, follow SunSport’s LIVE blog for the entire action.


What is the team news?

William Saliba is the last man standing as an Arsenal representative in the World Cup despite hardly playing for France.

Bukayo Saka, Aaron Ramsdale, Takehiro Tomiyasu and Gabriel Martinelli are all due to return to training this week.

But Granit Xhaka could make a return to the starting eleven alongside Ghanaian icon Thomas Partey.

Meanwhile, Juventus boss Maximilian Allegri is set to be without a whole host of starts for today’s encounter.

Allegri will be without, Angel Di Maria, Leandro Paredes, Adrien Rabiot, Danilo, Alex Sandro, Weston McKennie, Bremer, Dusan Vlahovic, Filip Kostic, Woijciech Szczesny, Federico Chiesa, Leonard Bonucci and Paul Pogba.