Arsenal is meeting West Bromwich Albion at Emirates Stadium in London on Monday as the Premier League continues Matchday 6 of the 38-week season.
How to watch Arsenal take on West Brom.
Kickoff is slated for 1 p.m. ET on Sept. 25. The matchday is being broadcast by multiple providers for those who call the game football, and soccer fans in the U.S. will be able to watch the match on NBC SN.
About 250 Premier League games this season will be televised on NBC, NBC SN and CNBC or available for streaming on NBC Sports Live. Another 130 games will be available exclusively on NBC Sports Gold. The Premier League Pass costs $50.
What to expect from Arsenal and West Bromwich Albion.
How warm should Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger’s hot seat be?
Arsenal has just seven points through five Premier League matches, which is one of their worst starts in the last 35 years.
They currently sit in 12th, which is unusual territory for the London side.
The last time Arsenal finished lower than 10th in a Premier League season? 1975-76.
Obviously, there is almost a whole season to turn things around, but Arsenal has to find a way to keep pace with the leaders.
With the departure of Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and the looming exit of Alexis Sanchez come January, the Gunners are lacking any sort of serious attacking punch and it’s shown.
Seven goals through five matches are just not satisfactory for one of the largest clubs in England.
Their opponents on Monday, West Bromwich Albion, are two spots above Arsenal in the table with eight points.
However, the Baggies have been slacking lately with home draws to Stoke and West Ham to go with a loss to Brighton and Hove Albion.
Premier League table
1. Manchester City (13 pts., +14 GD)
2. Manchester United (13 pts., +14 GD)
3. Chelsea (10 pts., +3 GD)
4. Newcastle United (9 pts., +2 GD)
5. Tottenham (8 pts., +4 GD)
6. Huddersfield (8 pts., +2 GD)
7. Burnley (8 pts., +1 GD)
8. Liverpool (8 pts., 0 GD)
9. Southampton (8 pts., 0 GD)
10. WEST BROMWICH ALBION (8 pts., 0 GD)
11. Watford (8 pts., -2 GD)
12. ARSENAL (7 pts., -1 GD)
13. Stoke (5 pts., -1 GD)
14. Swansea (5 pts., -3 GD)
15. Leicester City (4 pts., -2 GD)
16. Brighton & Hove Albion (4 pts., -3 GD)
17. West Ham (4 pts., -6 GD)
18. Everton (4 pts., -8 GD)
19. Bournemouth (3 pts., -6 GD)
20. Crystal Palace (0 pts., -8 GD)
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