Bournemouth vs Arsenal: TV channel, live stream, team news and kick-off time for Premier League clash

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ARSENAL go to the Vitality Stadium on Sunday for their third awayday in eight days.

Arsene Wenger's men lost their grip on the FA Cup when Nottingham Forest beat a severely-weakened Gunners'side 4-2.

 Arsenal came a cropper at Nottingham Forest in the FA CupGetty Images – Getty Arsenal came a cropper at Nottingham Forest in the FA Cup

On Wednesday Arsene Wenger's men had a first leg Carabao Cup semi-final to contest at defending Premier League champions Chelsea.

Now comes an important league date at Bournemouth.

Arsenal are sixth in the table at present, five points behind Liverpool who occupy the fourth Champions League spot.

The Cherries are 16th, just one point clear of the relegation zone.

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 Arsene Wenger will once again be forced to watch from the stands at the Vitality StadiumAFP or licensors Arsene Wenger will once again be forced to watch from the stands at the Vitality Stadium

Eddie Howe's men are in reasonable form with league draws against West Ham and Brighton, and a win over Everton in the league following a 4-0 hammering at Manchester City.

They are still in the FA Cup thanks to Steve Cook's late leveller against Division One Wigan.

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What TV channel is Bournemouth vs Arsenal on and can I live stream it?

The Premier League showdown is live on Sky Sports Premier League /Sky Sports Main Even /Sky Sports Ultra HD.

If you are not a Sky subscriber you can still stream the game live by buying a Sky Sports Day Pass from Now TV for £6.99.

Alternatively, you can tune into the SunSport LIVE BLOG to keep up with the action.

For highlights, check out Sky Sports recorded coverage on Sunday evening and Match of the Day 2 at 10.30pm on BBC2.

Nottingham Forest 4-2 Arsenal: Ten-man Reds knock FA Cup holders out in FA Cup 3rd round shock

What time is kick-off?

The action gets underway at 1.30pm at the Vitality Stadium on Sunday, January 14.

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Team news

Howe didn't field his strongest team against Wigan so expect the likes of Dan Gosling, Callum Wilson, Joirdan Ibe, Harry Arter and Asmir Begovic to be back in the starting XI.

For Arsenal, boss Arsene Wenger, for one, won't be on the bench.

He'll still be serving an FA ban and must sit in the stands.

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