What time and TV channel is Arsenal v Luton on today in the Premier League?

Declan Rice of Arsenal.

Arsenal take on Luton Town today in the latest round of fixtures in the Premier League.

The Gunners held Manchester City to a scoreless draw at the Etihad Stadium on Sunday to remain one point clear of City and two points behind table-toppers Liverpool.

Luton find themselves at the opposite end of the table and are in desperate need of a win. The Hatters last won in the Premier League on January 30th, but with the points deductions handed down to Everton and Nottingham Forest, the newly promoted side still have a chance of staying in the division.

“It doesn’t matter where I play, I always try to do my best. I did it [against City]. I was very deep, normally I am not that deep, but I had to play as the winger.

“I think I help my team playing like this. And then also, when we there [in attack], I created some chances. I could do a little bit better, but football is like this sometimes.”

Jesus’ industry and selflessness are admirable traits and explain why he is so popular with managers and teammates. He has achieved more than most footballers could ever dream of but still plays with the drive and determination of someone taking a trial knowing that it will either make or break their dreams for good.

Pressing is a pre-requisite in the modern game and Jesus is one of the best forwards at closing down defenders. The problem arises when that becomes your defining trait. If Arteta persists with selecting Jesus out wide rather than through the middle his transformation from centre forward to disciplined winger will be complete. In effect, he will be a deluxe Jordan Ayew.

The frustrating thing is that Jesus has shown glimpses of being the goalscoring pressing demon that Arteta craves. He began his Arsenal career with a bang, providing both goals and industry. An antidote to Alexandre Lacazette, who by the end offered neither.

It would be unfair to overlook the injuries that have contributed towards Jesus’ diminished status in Arsenal’s attacking hierarchy.

Here’s what you need to know about the game:

Where is the game being played?

Emirates Stadium.

What time is kick-off?

7.30pm.

Is the game on TV?

The game is being shown live on TNT Sports 2.

Can I stream the game?

NOW TV and Discovery Plus are the places to go to stream the game.

Betting odds

Arsenal – 1/12

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