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Arsenal vs West Brom TV channel and live stream details

Having squandered their last chance to salvage their season in midweek, Arsenal will have to find fresh motivation from somewhere when they take on West Brom this weekend.

The Gunners limped out of the Europa League on Thursday evening thanks to a goalless draw with Villarreal at the Emirates, following a 2-1 defeat in their semi-final first leg in Spain.

They now face the prospect of a first season without European football since 1995-96, when they were managed by Bruce Rioch. That has increased the scrutiny on Mikel Arteta, who admitted his players were “devastated” by the manner of their Europa League exit and said: “We know how much the Europa League meant to the club and to the fans. It’s a huge blow… I feel the pressure all the time because I want to do as good as I can for the team.”

West Brom, meanwhile, are still swimming desperately against the tide of relegation, even if their fate is almost certain.

Can Sam Allardyce pull off the greatest escape of his career?

For Sam Allardyce to avoid his first ever Premier League relegation, the Baggies will need to win all four of their remaining games and hope that one of Newcastle, Burnley, Southampton and Brighton flounders.

That does mean that this game is essentially all-or-nothing for West Brom, which could spell trouble for Arsenal. Here’s how to watch the match.

What time is Arsenal vs West Brom?

Kick off is at 7pm on Sunday, May 9, with the game taking place at the Emirates Stadium.

Arsenal beat West Brom 4-0 at the Hawthorns in January thanks to a brace from Alexandre Lacazette and goals from Kieran Tierney and Bukayo Saka, which should give them some encouragement even if confidence is low after their Europa League disappointment.

TV channel and live stream details

The match will be shown on BT Sport 1 and BT Sport Ultimate.

Coverage will start from 6.30pm and BT Sport subscribers will also be able to stream the match online via the website or BT Sport app.

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