Crystal Palace vs Arsenal: TV Channel, Live Stream, Team News and Preview

The Gunners are finally looking to get back in the top four this season – here’s everything you need to know

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The 2022-23 First League Season starts this weekend as arsenal make the short detour across the capital crystal palace in Selhurst Park. It’s a London derby to raise the curtain on the new season – and both will be eager to throw a marker.

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Mikel Arteta’s side are looking to run the gauntlet after a stunning pre-season campaign that has conjured up memories of Arsene Wenger’s glory days – but they must defeat a Gunners legend in Patrick Vieira to avoid a second-year slump in charge of the Eagles.

Before the game, GATE has the details of how to watch on TV, stream online, team news and more.

TV channels, live stream and how to watch

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Team news and rosters

Although not quite the top-half revival some envisioned when Patrick Vieira’s reign saw just two league losses in his first 12 games, Crystal Palace’s performance under the Frenchman offered promising signs for life after Roy Hodgson at Selhurst Park.

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A difficult summer window marked by the return of loanee Conor Gallagher to Chelsea was mitigated by the arrival of USMNT international Chris Richards from Bayern Munich and England goalkeeper Sam Johnstone from West Brom – but it will take something special for them to improve compared to the last term.

Expected Crystal Palace starting XI: Guaita; Clyne, Andersen, Guehi, Mitchell; Schlupp, Doucouré, Eze; Ayew, Edouard, Zaha.

After missing out on Europe in 2021, Arsenal’s resurgence into the top four challengers last season proved one of the stories of the season as faith in Mikel Arteta again paid off to guide the Gunners back into continental football – even if they ultimately didn’t make it through the Champions League to bitter rivals Tottenham.

Additionally, they also had a transfer window to remember, with the loss of Alexandre Lacazette offset by the arrival of Gabriel Jesus, as well as the signings of Oleksandr Zinchenko and Matt Turner – and with just a single loss in the Preseason. You could just join this campaign ready to disrupt the systems.

Expected Arsenal starting XI: Ramsdale; Weiss, Saliba, Gabriel, Zinchenko; Xhaka, Partey; Saka, Odegaard, Martinelli; Jesus.

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