What channel is Arsenal vs Wolves on? TV, live stream, kick off for Premier League match

Having secured a 1-1 draw in each their last three visits to Arsenal, Wolves are now seeking a first win in 10 top-flight trips to the Emirates Stadium. The Gunners sit 14th in the Premier League table, four places behind their opponents.

What time does Arsenal vs Wolves kick-off?

The Premier League match gets underway at 7.15pm GMT on Sunday, November 29.

What TV channel is Arsenal vs Wolves on?

Live coverage from the Emirates Stadium will be televised on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Premier League throughout the UK.

How to live stream Arsenal vs Wolves?

Existing customers can stream Arsenal vs Wolves using the Sky Go app, which is available to download across mobiles, tablets, computers and games consoles.

However, there is also a way for non-subscription holders to watch the fixture.

Fans can purchase Sky Sports passes through NOW TV, which will provide access to Premier League action.

A daily pass costs £9.99, while a monthly pass is available for £33.99.

What has been said?

Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta: “You could see the way they finished the second half in the last game… It’s a really tough game.

“They are one of the most organised teams in the league for sure.

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“We know we have to be prepared to go against both situations – in the back three formation they have different options to play as well and they’re threat in different areas, so we need to get prepared like we always do.

“They have been together for a long time, they have shown in big games against big opponents how difficult they can make it.

“I’m expecting a difficult game against a team that dominates almost every aspect of the game I would say.”

Wolves manager Nuno Espirito Santo: “There’s no advantage, the schedule of the teams who compete in Europe is very demanding.

“I’m aware their flight was delayed due to fog but I know Arsenal have a good squad full of talented players who can produce.

“We cannot ever think any aspect will take the difficulty of the game away.

“I’m expecting a very tough game against very good players and a manager.

“We have been able to compete well against Arsenal and we have to do it again.”

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