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Arsenal vs West Ham: How to watch, TV channel, live stream information, kick-off time


Arsenal bounced back to winning ways in emphatic style on Saturday afternoon with a 3-0 win against Southampton at the Emirates stadium.

It put two successive defeats to Manchester United and Everton behind them and eased the pressure on manager Mikel Arteta at the same time but another three points will be demanded against West Ham.

David Moyes takes his side to north London on Wednesday night knowing that win will stretch their lead on the Gunners to four points, but defeat would see them leapfrogged.

The Hammers flirted with the Champions League places last season but ultimately settled for the Europa League. But they will be determined to go one better this time around.

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For Arsenal, a return to European football will be seen as a must after their eighth placed finish and if that can come in the form of the Champions League even better.

The midweek clash is viewed by many as the club’s biggest match of the season and a true measure of where they stand in their push for a potential top-four finish.

A win would do wonders for the club’s confidence heading into a busy festive period too, one that will see Arsenal face Norwich and Wolves before Manchester City visit on new years day.

Here football.london takes you through all the details of the matchday coverage

Where is the match?

The Emirates Stadium

What time is kick-off?
The match kicks off at 8pm on Wednesday.

What TV channel is it on?

It is a match fans will be desperate to watch and to do so, they will have to tune into BT Sport 1 for the 20:00 kick-off.

How can I watch it then?

A monthly pass to watch BT Sport can be purchased for £25 while the channel can also be viewed via a Sky TV or Virgin Media subscription.

How can I follow it?

football.london has you covered. As usual we will be inside the stadium and will have a live blog for you to follow.

Otherwise, Match of the Day will provide extended highlights on BBC One on Thursday night, while Sky Sports will provide highlights on their website and YouTube channel shortly after full-time.