Is Arsenal vs Crystal Palace on TV? Kick-off time and highlights details for Premier League clash

All the latest information surrounding Arsenal’s Premier League clash with Crystal Palace.

The Gunners suffered a big blow in their season on Thursday night, losing to Sportin CP in their Europa League Round of 16 tie. Though, the one positive from that defeat is that Mikel Arteta’s men can now focus solely on seeing out their Premier League title charge. The next step in that is Sunday’s clash with strugglers Palace, who sacked manager Patrick Vieira in the lead up to this game. Palace have motivations of their own heading into this one, winless in 12 and within three points of the drop.

Ahead of the clash, we have rounded up all the information surrounding the fixture, including whether or not it will be shown on television.

When is Arsenal vs Crystal Palace?

Arsenal vs Crystal Palace takes place at the Emirates Stadium on Sunday, March 19.

Kick-off is set for 2pm.

Is it on TV?

Despite its timing, Arsenal vs Crystal Palace is not on television in the UK.

This weekend is an FA Cup weekend, which means Sky Sports don’t have any Sunday games. Brighton vs Grimsby Town will be shown on television elsewhere instead. Naturally, there is no live stream for this fixture via Sky Sports or BT Sport, either.

Though, there is better news for international fans, with supporters in the USA able to watch this one on CBS Sports, while fans in Spain can tune in through DAZN.

Highlights details

Match of the Day 2 will show highlights of this fixture at 10.30pm on Sunday night.

Highlights will also be available via each team’s official YouTube channel from early on Monday morning.

What Mikel Arteta has said

Arsenal boss Arteta said ahead of this one: “The disappointment is not going to go away. The disappointment is there now, but it brings clarity. There are 11 Premier League games to play and the next final is against Crystal Palace. We have to recover and put all our energy and focus there, play better than today and put the same effort as today and win.”

Arteta will want a reaction
Arteta will want a reaction
Arteta will want a reaction

Speaking about his side’s mindset after Thursday night’s defeat, he added: “Just that we are all disappointed and we have to look ourselves. There are things we have to do better to have bigger margins to win the game and not rely on the last 20 minutes or extra time or a penalty shootout to go through in the competition. Now there are 11 games and that’s the only focus that we have and everybody is thinking about one thing, that’s Palace, and being in the best mental and physical condition, a lot of clarity and all the energy is there for Sunday.”

What Paddy McCarthy has said

McCarthy has been thrown in at the deep end after Vieira’s sacking on Friday, but he has already spoken.

“Under strange circumstances, the lads showed good energy and enthusiasm,” he has said. “We tried to implement some ideas, but we’re obviously mindful that they’re still recovering from the game the other night at Brighton, and we’re preparing for Sunday against Arsenal.

“It was good to get on the grass. The boys were excellent. They received our messages really well, so I was pleased coming off the pitch.”