ARSENAL continue their pre-season schedule in Germany against second tier Bundesliga side FC Nurnberg TODAY. The Gunners are looking to build on
ARSENAL continue their pre-season schedule in Germany against second tier Bundesliga side FC Nurnberg TODAY.
The Gunners are looking to build on their 5-1 win over championship outfit Ipswich last week, in which Eddie Nketiah stole the headlines by grabbing a hat-trick at London Colney.
However Bundesliga side Nurnberg may prove to be tougher opposition
But their new £45million pound striker Gabriel Jesus will be keen to show why he is worth the hefty price tag.
What time does Nurnberg vs Arsenal kick off?
- Arsenal face Nurnberg on TODAY – Friday, 8th July.
- The game is scheduled to kick off at 4:30pm UK time – 5:30pm local time.
- The game will be held in the Max-Morlock-Stadion which hosted six games in the 2006 World Cup.
- This is the first encounter between the two sides, however Arsenal have lost their last four games to German opposition.
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What TV channel is Nurnberg vs Arsenal on and can I live stream?
- Nurnberg vs Arsenal will be broadcast live on Arsenal.com for a price of £5.99.
- Match build up starts from 2.30pm.
- The game is not available in Germany.
- You can also stay up to date by following SunSport’s live blog with minute-by-minute coverage of the match on the day.
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Mikel Arteta is expected to give the new Brazilian stars Marquinhos and Gabriel Jesus a run out.
Though Portuguese new boy Fabio Vieira could miss out due to being pictured in a protective boot.
And Kieran Tierney – who missed the end of last season with injury – is set to feature.