On Sunday, December 13th, those who wanted to watch Arsenal versus Burnley live stream, could do so on Sky Sports. Many rooted for the underdog as it looked to end a four-match winless streak against Burnley.
If you were virtually there, you noticed that Mikel Arteta’s side picked up one point in their last four Premier League games, scoring just one goal in that time. You also saw them plummet to 15th place in the table ahead of this weekend’s fixtures, seven points above Burnley in 18th
The Gunners have fared better in the Europa League having secured a 4-2 win over Dundalk to merit participation in the upcoming knockout stages. Unfortunately, injured Thomas Partey and Gabriel Martinelli won’t be around, while David Luiz will be assessed after suffering a head injury against the Wolves.
As for Burnley, one hope that Phil Bardsley will be back in time to feature, but don’t count on Jack Cork. You won’t want to miss the upcoming action.
Where to subscribe
Livestreaming will be various depending upon location. In the UK, Sky Sports and BT Sport are the two main players once again, but Amazon is hanging in there. You will have to subscribe to access their Premier League and Football League offerings.
In the game in the U.S. are NBC Sports and Telemundo. The Premier League Pass offers 380 matches live to stream on-demand, plus shows highlights, analysis, and on-demand replays for a fee. The Matchday Pass showcases 140 live games a lower cost.
In Canada, it is DAZN while it comes down to Optus Sport for Australians who want to access all the games the Premier League season via your Fetch TV box and all the other friendly streaming devices. Spark Sport is New Zealand is serving up all 380 games plus various highlights and magazine shows throughout the week.
Anyone in New Zealand with a web browsers, Apple/Android devices, Google Chromecast, and some Samsung TVs; Apple TV and Smart TV compatibility is eligible for a front row seat.
Jump to Astro if you are a Malaysian fan as it has secured Premier League rights for three seasons from 2019/20 and has every game on tap for viewing. Singaporeans go to Singtel’s Sports Plus.
You won’t miss a beat on holiday o out of the country, your broadcaster knows exactly where you are from your IP address. All you need to do is get a Virtual Private Network (VPN) to bypass any blockings. A VPN creates a private connection between your device and the internet. Some recommended VPNs are Express VPN, Nord VPN, and IPVanish.