Its Stoke v Arsenal live streaming from the Potteries, with match preview, latest betting odds and team news as Arsene Wenger looks to continue his side’s mini revival.
Stoke City welcome Arsenal to the Britannia on Saturday, with both sides yet to hit top form this season as we move into the Christmas period with a busy fixture list for both these sides.
Mark Hughes’s men were unfortunate to lose at both Liverpool and Manchester United during the last week.
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Stoke defended brilliantly for 85 minutes at Anfield, however went down to a late Glen Johnson winner.
A Juan Mata free-kick was the difference as Manchester United edged past Stoke 2-1, with David de Gea making two excellent late saves.
Arsenal recorded back to back 1-0 victories during the week, winning at West Brom, before a late home success over Southampton.
Danny Welbeck headed the only goal as Arsenal earned a much needed win at the Hawthorns last Saturday.
Arsenal followed that up with a late win over Southampton, with Alexis Sanchez once again the Gunners’s hero.
Jonathan Walters was the match winner as Stoke beat Arsenal in last season’s meeting, with his late spot kick the difference.
Arsenal won the reverse fixture easily though, with Mesut Ozil assisting all three goals in a 3-1 victory.
Hughes is once again without numerous first team players, with the likes of Robert Huth, Victor Moses and Steve Sidwell all out injured.
Oussama Assiadi and Marko Arnautovic are set for wide midfield roles, with Stephan Ireland likely to miss out for Stoke.
Mame Biram Diouf will lead the line despite missing golden chances to earn Stoke a point at Old Trafford.
Wojciech Szczesny, Nacho Monreal, Mikel Arteta and Theo Walcott have all been ruled out of the clash.
With Monreal out injured, Arsene Wenger will be hoping that Gibbs returns in time, having missed the Southampton victory.
Olivier Giroud may be named on the bench again, with Danny Welbeck leading the line for Arsenal.
Stoke: Begovic; Bardsley, Shawcross, Wilson, Pieters; Arnautovic, N’Zonzi, Cameron, Assaidi; Bojan, Diouf
Arsenal: Martinez; Chambers, Koscielny, Mertesacker, Gibbs; Flamini, Ramsey; Oxlade-Chamberlain, Cazorla, Sanchez; Welbeck