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((STREAMS>)) Arsenal vs Aston Villa Live Broadcast Free 9 December 2023 Today

Few would have predicted at the start of the season that Aston Villa vs Arsenal in mid-December would have such an important tinge to it. Thanks to their remarkable home form, the Villans have swept up the table to third (and won 14 home games in a row) while the Gunners have continued last term's excellence to sit top of the shop with a series of late winning goals. Aston Villa vs Arsenal live stream: How to watch Premier League game online today


In beating Manchester City on Wednesday night, Aston Villa did more than just defeat the Premier League champions and title holders in five of the past six seasons. Unai Emery's side obliterated City, firing 22 shots to the champions' two and limited the visitors to merest scraps.

Villa equaled a club-record 14-game winning streak at home with that victory and will move to within one point of opponents Arsenal if they get the three points. Jamaican forward Leon Bailey has scored in his last two games and is starting to dovetail brilliantly with top-scoring machine Ollie Watkins.

Mikel Arteta knows to expect a tough game. Like Emery, the Gunners boss is a native of Gipuzkoa, Spain's smallest province which has produced some of the country's finest managers, and is desperate to extend his team's lead atop the Premier League.

The Gunners have scored last-minute winners in two of their last three games and in midfielder Declan Rice have a summer signing at the peak of his powers. Goalkeeper David Raya was again at fault for two goals at Kenilworth Road, will Aaron Ramsdale replace the Spaniard in goal for this one?

Aston Villa vs Arsenal live stream, Date, Time, Channels

The Aston Villa vs Arsenal live stream takes place Saturday, Dec. 9.

Time: 5:30 p.m. GMT / 12:30 p.m. ET / 9:30 a.m. PT / 4:30 a.m. AEDT (Dec. 10)

U.K. — Watch on Sky Sports

U.S. — Watch on Peacock

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Villa earned a statement victory on Wednesday, beating Man City at Villa Park and now turn their attention to Arsenal. The Gunners won on their travels on Tuesday night, beating Luton with a last minute victory courtesy of Declan Rice to establish a two-point lead at the league’s summit.

It is a meeting between two of the league’s most in-form sides, with both having lost just once in their past six outings. In that time, Arsenal have racked up five victories to Villa’s four and will look to land what could be a key early blow in the title race against their former boss Unai Emery.

In another interesting subplot to the match, the league’s best home team hosts the side with the best away record. Villa have won all seven of their matches at Villa Park this season and come into this one hoping to extend that record.

Unai Emery’s injury list has not grown despite a packed fixture list and his only absentees remain Emiliano Buendia, Tyrone Mings and Bertrand Traore. This means that he is likely to name an unchanged side to that which beat Man City on Wednesday night.

Arsenal, meanwhile, have a five-man list of absentees, with Jurrien Timber, Thomas Partey, Emile Smith Rowe, Fabio Vieira and Takehiro Tomiyasu all missing out. Following the win at Luton on Tuesday, the one likely change will be Oleksandr Zinchenko coming in for Jakub Kiwior.

Mikel Arteta's side can help themselves with a fifth straight league win after last edging Luton Town 4-3 in a midweek fixture. Amid their winning run of six games, Arsenal defeated Lens 6-0 to ensure that they finish atop Group B in the Champions League.

On the other hand, Unai Emery now has more points than Pep Guardiola after the Villains outplayed champions Manchester City 1-0 last time out.

Leon Bailey is a doubt after he appeared uncomfortable in the City win, but Emery has the option of Moussa Diaby, while Bertrand Traore, Emiliano Buendia and Tyrone Mings remain unavailable for selection.

With the possibility of one of Diaby or Bailey, or both, running the engine room, Matty Cash's involvement from the bench can also keep things interesting.

Takehiro Tomiyasu, Emile Smith Rowe, Fabio Vieira, Thomas Partey and Jurrien Timber all make Arsenal's treatment room, while Ben White can feature in the XI again

Meanwhile, owing to Arteta's absence on the touchline allegedly due to his wild celebrations in the Luton win, Albert Stuivenberg will assume the managerial responsibility for Saturday's game.

Arsenal were the last away side to beat Villa, back in February, and another positive result this weekend would be a significant statement as they look to stay the course in the title race this season.

The Gunners sit two points clear at the top of the table, after Declan Rice's 97th-minute winner against Luton, but Villa will move to within a point of Mikel Arteta's side if they make it 15 wins on the bounce. Should they do so, Villa fans may start dreaming of a remarkable title challenge of their own.

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