Oxford United will take on Arsenal at the Kassam Stadium on Monday evening in what looks to be the perfect FA Cup tie between two sides from either side of the football world.
There are plenty of live streaming options for the game so you should be able to watch the match if you follow a few simple steps.
The last time these teams met was way back in January 2003.
Mikel Arteta and his Arsenal side will be setting their sights on a place in the fourth round of the FA Cup, and with the Gunners top of the Premier League, some fans may have one eye on the league and cup double.
A mid-table League One side versus the Premier League leaders, this looks like a one-sided contest on paper and Arsenal should prove much too strong in terms of quality against their lower league opposition.
Oxford United have one win in their last five matches; they also failed to score in three of their last four games which doesn’t bode well for the visit Arteta’s side.
The Gunners should be able to win whilst keeping a clean sheet as we can’t really see Oxford causing too many problems for the Arsenal back four.
Oxford United blanked in three of their last four matches and will go up against one of the best defences in the English Premier League at the moment.
Only one team has conceded fewer goals than Arsenal in the English top flight this season so this looks a tough ask for Karl Robinson’s side.
Considering Oxford United’s recent struggles in front of goal, we are fairly confident that both teams will not score in this match, and Arsenal should romp to victory with plenty to spare.
Where to watcha live stream of Oxford United vs Arsenal
ITV and ITVX. The good news for viewers in the UK is that the game is broadcast on terrestrial television on the ITV network. You can also watch via the ITV app called ITV X, which can be accessed by the applications section on your smart television.
Or you can download the ITV app from the play store.
What time is kick off?
The game has a kick off time of 20:00PM on Monday 9th January 2023 live from the Kassam Stadium, Oxford Utd’s home ground.
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