Arsenal vs Southampton: Live stream, match time, TV coverage
Arsenal vs. Southampton
Arsenal meets Southampton on Wednesday in a Barclays Premier League match at Emirates Stadium. Southampton fell to Manchester City 3-0 over the weekend, allowing City to pass Saints for second place in the Premier League. Southampton remains in third with 26 points, seven behind leader Chelsea.
The Gunners topped West Brom 1-0 on Saturday, helping Arsenal climb to sixth in the table with 20 points, level with Tottenham and just two points out of fourth entering this week's matches.
Last season, Arsenal defeated Southampton 2-0 at home. The two teams drew 2-2 at Saints.
How to watch
Details for Wednesday's match are below.
Match time: 2:45 p.m. ET
TV coverage: NBC Sports Live Extra
Live stream: You can live stream the match here.
Recent Premier League results
11/29: Arsenal 1, West Brom 0
Arsenal forward Danny Welbeck scored in the 60th minute off a Santi Cazorla cross to earn the Gunners three points. Arsenal held West Brom to a clean sheet despite the absence of starting goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny.
11/22: Manchester United 2, Arsenal 1
Manchester United earned a victory over Arsenal at Emirates Stadium despite only having two shots on target compared to the Gunners' nine. United took the lead in the second half with a Kieran Gibbs own goal, and Wayne Rooney scored on a counter attack in the 85th minute to give the Red Devils a 2-0 lead. Returning from injury, Olivier Giroud scored in the 90th minute for Arsenal.
11/09: Swansea City 2, Arsenal 1
Alexis Sanchez gave Arsenal the lead with a goal in the 64th minute, but Swansea responded with two quick goals just a few minutes later. Gylfi Sigurdsson converted a free kick in the 75th minute, and Bafetimbi Gomis scored the game-winning goal in the 78th minute.
11/30: Manchester City 3, Southampton 0
Yaya Toure gave Manchester City the lead early in the second half, and City was able to overcome a second yellow card from defender Eliaquim Mangala to top Southampton. City scored two goals after Mangala had been sent off, with Frank Lampard converting in the 80th minute and Gael Clichy scoring in the 88th. Saints dropped to third in the Premier League, a point behind the defending champions.
11/24: Aston Villa 1, Southampton 1
Nathaniel Clyne scored in the 81st minute to earn a point for Saints at Villa Park. Gabriel Agbonlahor scored in the first half for Aston Villa.
11/08: Southampton 2, Leicester City 0
Shane Long came off the bench to score two goals for Southampton in a win over Leicester. Long netted goals in the 75th and 80th minutes to seal a Saints victory at home over the Foxes.