Preston v Arsenal Live Stream from Deepdale (KO 17:30)
All eyes will be on Deepdale this evening as Preston NE take on Arsenal in the evening kickoff from the FA Cup with the match available to watch online tonight.
Its already been a busy Saturday but don’t forget you can watch the match tonight with Bet365, who have a live feed of the game available to watch through their website and mobile.
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- Simply click here through to the special Bet365 football landing page – then select ‘live streaming’ at the top and select the match!
We’re in for another treat today as the TV cameras visit Yorkshire and Deepdale for the late kickoff Saturday and we could be set for an absolute belter.
Arsenal fans may be pretty pleased to have drawn Preston in their 3rd round clash, but it is easy to underestimate the Championship side, as there is certainly many teams that would have proven to be an easier task.
Preston currently find themselves in the top half of the Championship table in 11th place, and have only lost one of their last 5 matches, and 2 in their last 10. The side have also only failed to score in one of these games – a 0-0 draw with Wolverhampton Wanderers 9 match days ago.
Arsenal vs Preston – Recent Form
However, it seems that get as good as they give really, and despite having a pretty decent Championship record of late, Simon Grayson’s side have been as leaky as they have been prolific, having kept just 2 clean sheets over this period.
As a result, Arsenal will be looking to take advantage of this out of form defence, as their attacking quality should be able to terrorise the Preston defence with some degree of ease.
The Gunners themselves have scored in each of their last five games, coming from 3 down to draw 3-3 with Bournemouth midweek, and although they may take the opportunity to rest some of their star players, the likes of Lucas Perez and Alex Iwobi will be keen to impress in the match as youngsters of Arsene’s first team squad.
Mesut Ozil will no doubt be rested as he recovers from illness, while Francis Coquelin and Laurent Koscielny are both carrying knocks and will miss the game.
Jermaine Beckford will once again miss out for Preston through suspension.
When it comes to head to head records, there isn’t much to go on, as the two sides have not met in the last 15 years – their most recent clash came in 1999 where Arsenal Won 2-1.
Preston vs Arsenal – Match Odds
However, it is certain that despite Preston’s home advantage, Arsenal are considered clear favourites going into the game this weekend and at 1/2 are sure to see plenty of money from punters.
Those expecting a shock can back the home win at 7/1, although that price really speaks volumes as to Preston’s chances.
Two clubs with FA Cup history, we should be set for perfect Saturday evening entertainment.
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