PSV Eindhoven v Arsenal: How to watch Europa League clash on TV and kick off time

Arsenal still remain two points clear of Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City in the Premier League, and have already secured qualification in the Europa League

Arsenal travel to the Netherlands tonight as they prepare to face Dutch giants PSV Eindhoven in their penultimate Europa League game. The Gunners are firing well in the competition, coming into the match with a perfect record so far.

The North London club have already qualified for the next phase of the competition, as they come into the match eight points clear of third placed Bodo/Glimt with just six to play for. Their last group game will be against Zurich, who are bottom of the group.

The sides last met on October 20, where a 70th minute Granit Xhaka goal was enough to earn all three points. Xhaka has had somewhat of an Arsenal revival, after he was booed off the pitch in 2019, sarcastically cupping his ear to the Arsenal fans.

Meanwhile, in the league, Arsenal laboured to a 1-1 draw away at Southampton, with Xhaka’s 11th minute strike cancelled out by a well worked Stuart Armstrong goal. Fans were keen to point out that the side looked tired, after playing PSV just three days before.

Their opponents, like Arsenal, also find themselves in and around the top of the league. They trail bitter rivals Ajax by four points in the league.

Arsenal will also have to be wary of Cody Gakpo. The winger has been in devastating form this season. The 23-year-old has scored nine and set up a further nine in just 11 games.

When does PSV v Arsenal kick off?

Kick off at The Philips Stadion is at the slightly earlier time of 5:45pm on Thursday, 27 October.

Is the game on TV?

Yes. BT Sport provides extension coverage of European football, including the Champions League. You can begin to watch the build up of the game from 5:30pm, on BT Sport 2.

How to sign up to BT Sport

Fans wishing to watch PSV v Arsenal on BT Sport can purchase their monthly pass. The monthly Pass gets you a month of BT Sport, contract free. It’s only £25 per month and is a rolling contract with no up front fee required and can be cancelled at any time.

Another option is the ‘Big Sport package’. This package gives you access to all 11 Sky Sports channels, Eurosport one and two and of course all BT Sport channels. It costs £41 a month and is a 24-month contract with £30 to be paid up front.

And finally, the cheapest option is the simply named ‘Sport’ package. This costs £16 a month with £30 up front and is a 24-month contract. Included is All BT Sport channels plus BoxNation, a recordable TV box and instant access to the BT Sport app.

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