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Arsenal vs Everton: How to watch, date, kick-off time and live stream

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Arsenal vs Everton: How to watch, date, kick-off time and live stream

Arsenal are already one game into their pre-season schedule and, while it’s difficult to draw much in the way of definitive conclusions during these kind of games, a meeting with Everton later today will surely prove much more of a test.

Gabriel Jesus scored twice in an entertaining 5-3 win over German second-tier side Nurnberg and will likely be the star attraction for supporters who flock to see Mikel Arteta’s team out in America once more.

Arteta took a 33-man squad across the pond earlier this week and the futures of many remain unresolved, so Sunday morning’s game could feasibly be the last time a raft of players are seen in Arsenal colours.

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The pre-season friendly is scheduled for a 12am BST (midnight tonight) kick-off time on Sunday 17 July, 2022.

The M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore will host.

Where to watch Arsenal vs Everton

TV channel and live stream: Both Arsenal.com and Everton TV will offer live streams.

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Where to watch Arsenal vs Everton in Nigeria

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Arteta has welcomed back a number of internationals who missed the win in Germany, so it seems reasonable to assume the bulk of them will get a run out in at least some capacity.

Jesus will likely feature and it will be interesting to see how heavily involved William Saliba is. Expected to be part of the first-team set-up this season, the Frenchman is yet to play a senior game for the club.

For Everton, it is a big pre-season for Dominic Calvert-Lewin, a player Arsenal have previously scouted. The England forward was blighted by injury last time out and could still play himself into Gareth Southgate’s thinking ahead of the 2022 World Cup.

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‘That is what they didn’t do’ – Erik explains what his boys failed to do at Brentford loss

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'That is what they didn't do' - Erik explains what his boys failed to do at Brentford loss

Talking his disappointment at Manchester United’s 4-0 misfortune to Brentford this Saturday, Erik ten Hag said in his post-match interview: “Difficult for me and a surprise. The team has to take the responsibility and I feel sorry for the fans, we let them down.

“I asked them [the players] to play with belief and take responsibility, that is what they didn’t do.

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“Only when we stick together we will overcome it — don’t get me wrong, the manager is the main responsibility and I take that but I have to give them belief and they have to get it by themselves.

“Mistakes are part of football, you have to keep going but you have [to] especially act — It [three subs at half-time] was about bringing fresh ones. I could have changed all eight others as well.”

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Ten Hag has plainly not kept down in his evaluation and United just have themselves to fault for this wreck.

The Red Devils are currently winless in their first two Premier League games, having conceded six goals as of now.

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Source: Sky Sports

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Man Utd reach all agreement on personal conditions for Adrien Rabiot

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Man Utd reach all agreement on personal conditions for Adrien Rabiot
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As per RMC Sport writer Sacha Tavolieri, a level two source, Manchester United have agreed with Veronique Rabiot based on personal conditions for her son Adrien.

United have previously settled on an exchange with Juventus and were just trusting that Rabiot will green-light the arrangement.

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The 27-year-old was reportedly demanding a pay rise, a regular place in the starting XI and a signing-on bonus to move to Old Trafford. It’s unclear if United have agreed to all those demands.

Director of Football John Murtough flew to Italy on Friday to meet with Veronique and Adrien. It looks like the meeting was successful after all.

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Rabiot is expected to sign a contract till 2026 and will be in Manchester next week to complete his medical.

Source: Sacha Tavolieri @ Twitter | Tribuna

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SPOTTED! Fofana possibly saying goodbye to Leicester fans after Arsenal defeat

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Fofana possibly saying goodbye to Leicester fans after Arsenal loss

Wesley Fofana has been spotted heading toward Leicester City fans after the 4-2 defeat to Arsenal.

He was the first player to do as such while others were talking and swapping shirts. Solely after that, the rest of the team joined him.

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It is accepted that the player might have said his farewell to Leicester supporters. The middle back is overall intensely connected with Chelsea.

What’s more, Todd Boehly apparently was at the Emirates during the game.

The Blues could land the 21-year-old in the coming weeks.

Source: Tribuna

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