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((STREAMS>)) Arsenal vs Fulham Live Broadcast Free 31 December 2023 Today


Fulham vs Arsenal live stream: How to watch Premier League game online and on TV today. Arsenal will be looking to bounce back from midweek defeat and finish 2023 on a high note when they travel to Craven Cottage to face London rivals Fulham on New Year's Eve.


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The Fulham vs Arsenal live stream today will feature the home side desperate to end a run of three successive league defeats, with the Gunners also in need of three points after one win in their last four.


Just when it seemed Fulham were set to go on a run of good form, the Cottagers regressed to the 2023 mean. Back-to-back 5-0 victories have since given way to three losses on the bounce to Newcastle, Burnley and Bournemouth with an aggregate score of 0-8. Raul Jimenez is still suspended after his Newcastle red card. Boss Marco Silva must find a way to cope without the Mexican forward.


Arsenal's 2-0 home defeat to West Ham on Thursday night meant the Gunners shipped Premier League top spot to Liverpool and extended a mini-blip that includes just one win in their last four. The North Londoners have missed the suspended Kai Havertz, whose creativity and goal output have been key. Nothing but a win will be enough for Arsenal as they seek to keep pace with the league leaders.


Fulham vs Arsenal live stream, Date, Time, Channels


The Fulham vs Arsenal live stream takes place on Sunday, December 31.

Time: 2 p.m. GMT / 9 a.m. ET / 6 a.m. PT / 1 a.m. AEDT (Jan. 1)

U.S. — Peacock, NBC

U.K. —Sky Sports

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A humbling home defeat by West Ham last time out threatened to derail the Gunners' second title challenge in as many years, particularly with Manchester City and Aston Villa leapfrogging them on Saturday.


Liverpool can still snatch back first place on New Year's Day at home to Newcastle but this afternoon's clash can secure Arsenal a potentially temporary lead to turn up the pressure.


Fulham, meanwhile, have failed to score in three consecutive league defeats while conceding eight goals.


With a big month of cup games coming up, the Cottagers could do with a result in west London to keep them clear of any relegation worries.


The Gunners held Liverpool to a credible draw at Anfield to stay atop on Christmas, but fell to a surprise 2-0 defeat to West Ham last time out, with Mikel Arteta's side sluggish at the back and profligate in front of goal on the day.


It means they have already ceded their table-toppers place, and are now two points off Liverpool at the top of the table, but they can still end the year at the summit if they can win at Craven Cottage, with Liverpool not playing until New Year's Day when they face Newcastle.


Fulham, meanwhile, come into Sunday's clash on the back of a three-game losing run, while a surprise 2-0 defeat to Burnley last time out at home ended a three-game winning streak at Craven Cottage.


Their five-goal starrer performances in early December are now a distant memory, Marco Silva's side have now fired blanks in their last three top-flight meetings against Newcastle, Burnley and Bournemouth.


Raul Jimenez will return from a three-match ban for his red card picked up against Newcastle, and his availability is a boost for Fulham. There is also a good chance that Adama Traore and Tim Ream will be back from their respective injuries. Willian and Tyrese Francois could also make their returns and will be assessed late before the game, but Steven-Andreas Benda will be out.


Kai Havertz has served his one-game suspension against West Ham and he should replace Leandro Trossard in midfield. The Gunners' suffered no fresh injury concerns from Thursday night, but Thomas Partey, Fabio Vieira, Jurrien Timber, and Takehiro Tomiyasu are still unavailable.


Leandro Trossard chipped in with three assists in last season’s victory. However, there are question marks over who may be starting the game considering the poor form of several of the Gunners’ forward players has given Arteta a pain.


Kai Havertz does return from suspension and will be a key asset to provide some variation that was certainly lacking in the game with West Ham United. Speaking of which, Arsenal have had multiple days less recovery time compared to the Cottagers which might have an impact on the day.


The Gunners fell to a surprise defeat at home to West Ham last time out, with Mikel Arteta's side sloppy at the back and wasteful in front of goal, and it means they are now two points off Liverpool at the top of the table.


It will be Arsenal who will end the year back at the top though if they can win at Craven Cottage this afternoon, with Liverpool not in action until they host Newcastle on New Year's Day.


The Gunners will have another stab at ending the calendar year on top of the table, having slipped to a 2-0 defeat at home to West Ham on Thursday, December 28. That result left them trailing leaders Liverpool by two points after having sat at the summit on Christmas Day for the second season running.


Fulham will be hoping for a change in fortunes at the turn of the year after losing their past three Premier League games. Having won 5-0 in consecutive matches against Nottingham Forest and West Ham, Marco Silva's side have since lost to Newcastle United, Burnley, and Bournemouth without scoring a goal.

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