Both clubs come into the game unbeaten, with Arsenal so far having a perfect record after wins against Crystal Palace, Leicester and Bournemouth respectively.
One record will fall this weekend, as Arsenal either lose their 100 percent record or Fulham suffer their first defeat of the season.
When is the Arsenal v Fulham game this weekend?
Arsenal will host Fulham at the Emirates Stadium on Saturday, 27 August 2022 with kick-off at 5:30pm.
Is the game on TV?
Every 5:30pm kick off will be televised as the kick off comes after the 3pm blackout which has been in place for over 60 years.
The game will be available to watch on Sky Sports and build up will immediately follow Gillette Soccer Saturday which culminates shortly after 5pm.
How to sign up to Sky Sports
The monthly contract is currently at the discounted price of £25, down from £33.99 for 18 months. Again, you have access to all Sky Sports channels and Over 1000 hours of highlights and documentaries on-demand.
For Sky customers who want just football can get that for an extra £18 a month with the 2 for 1 football offer.
Sky customers can also pay an extra £25 a month for the complete sports package including cricket, F1 and football.
If you’re new to Sky, you can pay £44 a month instead of £51 for 18 months which includes Premier League football, Sky TV and Netflix.
Sky members can watch the game on Sky Go, which can be accessed on mobile, laptop, computer and console.
Can fans still get tickets?
Fulham informed their fans on Tuesday, 23 August that tickets for the game were sold out, whilst tickets for Arsenal fans sold out in late July for the game this Saturday.
What are the expectations for both teams this season?
Arsenal will be looking to build on their impressive starts and soon enter a tough run of fixtures playing the best sides in the league.
After spending over £100 million for the second successive season, the minimum aim for Mikel Arteta will be Champions League football after missing out on the competition in heartbreaking fashion after holding onto it for so long.
For Fulham, the ultimate objective will be to survive, and early signs are promising for the Cottagers. Hosting Liverpool and Brentford, with a trip to Molineux wedged in between is a hard start but they’ve come out of it unbeaten and with five points.
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