Arsenal vs West Ham – Premier League 2019/20: Live score and updates
Arsenal vs West Ham, LIVE: Follow all the action as Mikel Arteta’s men look to move into Champions League contention PLUS all the latest Premier League scores and updates from around the grounds
- Arsenal and West Ham clash in the standout Premier League 3pm match
- Mikel Arteta’s men can move into Champions League contention with a win
- Sportsmail will provide live commentary and updates from around the grounds
Arsenal can move into Champions League contention with victory in their crunch clash against West Ham this afternoon.
Mikel Arteta has restored confidence since taking the reign and another three points on Saturday would see them go level on points with rivals Tottenham.
West Ham, meanwhile, are just in need of the win as well with David Moyes’ men currently hoovering above the drop zone on goal difference.
You can follow all the action from this one, as well as get as live updates from all the other Premier League 3pm kick-offs, if you stick with Sportsmail right here.
It’s a special day for Arsenal defender Pablo Mari who is making his full Premier League debut for the Gunners.
Mari joined the north London side in January from Flamengo and will partner David Luiz today.
David Moyes and Mikel Arteta enjoyed success together while the pair were at Everton, but today friendships will be put to one side as both men look to pick up three big points.
Moyes has admitted it will be strange to see his old friend in the opposite dugout.
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Arsenal are outsiders to achieve Champions League football for next season and will need a win today to mount their challenge for the top four.
Mikel Arteta insists his players are primed to shoulder the pressure of expectation.
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Nuno makes one change from the side that came from behind twice to beat Tottenham last week, with Leander Dendoncker coming in for Adama Traore.
Despite last weekend’s disappointing loss to arch rivals Crystal Palace, Graham Potter has made no changes to the team that took to the Amex.
Ralph Hassenhuttl shuffles the pack after last week’s disappointing away trip to West Ham, while Steve Bruce reverts to his strongest line up after Monday’s FA Cup win over Championship leaders West Bromwich Albion.
Chris Wilder makes one change from the team that drew with Brighton a couple of weeks ago as John Lundstram returns to the side in place of Sander Berge.
Daniel Farke elects to choose the same eleven that beat Leicester last Friday.
Roy Hodgson sticks with the same XI that beat Brighton in the M23 derby, while Pearson is forced to make one change from the team that beat Liverpool last week, with Pereyra coming in for Deulofeu.
Arsenal make six changes to the team that beat Portsmouth in the FA Cup on Monday, with wholesale changes in midfield and attack, while Leno returns between the sticks.
West Ham make no changes from the team that beat Southampton last week.
Arsenal v West Ham United
Crystal Palace v Watford
Sheffield United v Norwich
Southampton v Newcastle
Wolves v Brighton
Good afternoon and welcome to Sportsmail’s coverage of Saturday’s 3PM kick offs in the Premier League.
We’ll be providing updates from Arsenal v West Ham and give you all the latest goals and big moments from all the other games as they happen.
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