Is Arsenal vs Lyon on TV? Live stream, how to watch and kick-off time | Football
Arsenal continue their mid-season fixture list with a game against Lyon in the Dubai Super Cup on Thursday.
The Gunners have jetted off to the Middle East for a warm-weather training camp as they look to hit the ground running when their Premier League season resumes at home to West Ham on Boxing Day.
Arsenal currently sit five points clear at the top of the table and the friendly tournament will be a good opportunity to get some more minutes back into the squad’s legs.
Find out what time Arsenal vs Lyon starts and how you can watch the game on live stream.
What time does Arsenal vs Lyon kick-off?
The match will take place on Thursday, December 8 at 3.30pm.
It is set to be held at the Al-Maktoum Stadium in Dubai.
How to watch Arsenal vs Lyon
Arsenal’s clash with the French giants will be shown exclusively on Arsenal.com and the Arsenal app, with coverage getting underway from 3pm.
Fans wishing to watch the match can do so by purchasing a match pass for £5.99.
Arsenal.com and the Arsenal app will also have live coverage of their Dubai Super Cup fixtures against AC Milan on Tuesday, December 13 and Juventus on Saturday, December 17.
Which players are involved?
The group will not contain the Arsenal contingency involved in the World Cup, which includes Bukayo Saka, Gabriel Martinelli, Thomas Partey and Granit Xhaka.
Martin Odegaard, Gabriel Magalhaes, Mohamed Elneny and Eddie Nketiah were all part of the behind-closed-doors friendly defeat to Watford on Saturday and will likely feature again against Lyon.
Goalkeepers: Hein, Graczyk, Hillson
Defenders: Tierney, Gabriel, Holding, Cedric, Zinchenko, Foran, Monlouis, Sousa, Walters
Midfielders: Odegaard, Smith Rowe, Vieira, Lokonga, Elneny, Cirjan, Smith, Lewis-Skelly, Nwaneri
Forwards: Nketiah, Nelson, Marquinhos, Butler-Oyedeji, Sagoe Jr, Cozier-Duberry
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