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Arsenal Vs Sunderland English Premier League 2016-2017 IST Indian Time Live Stream and Telecast Channels

Arsenal look to move into the English Premier League top four with a victory over Sunderland on Tuesday night May 16th (May 17th in IST).

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Arsenal Vs Sunderland English Premier League May 16th 2017 Details

Arsenal have won five and drawn two of their last seven matches against Sunderland. Arsenal have scored 62% of their home goals this season in the 2nd half, whilst Sunderland have conceded 64% of their away games in the second half. 53% of Arsenal’s home games this season have seen fewer than two goals in the first half, with 35% of them being goalless, whilst Sunderland have seen fewer than two goals in the first half in 76% of their away games, with 47% of them being goalless.

Dates, Fixtures, Schedule

United States of America (EST Eastern Standard Time) 16.05.2017 14:45 EST
England (GMT Europe Time) (United Kingdom) 16.05.2017 19:45 GMT+0
India (IST Indian Time) 17.05.2017 0:15 IST

Match Venue

Emirates Stadium

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TV Channels, Telecast Online

USA TV Viewers watch broadcast at: NBC Sports Live, SiriusXM FC, NBCSN
UK TV Viewers watch broadcast at: SKY GO Extra, Sky Go UK, Sky Sports 2/HD UK
Indian TV Viewers watch broadcast at:

Arsenal Vs Sunderland Live Online Commentary

Arsene Wenger’s tutored side kept their chances of an English Premier League top four finish well and truly alive at the weekend with a comfortable 4-1 road victory over Stoke, it was sixth win from their last seven matches in all tournaments. The Gunners now sitting just four points behind Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool in 3rd but with a game in hand. The higher placed side also have a four goal lead in the goal difference department, so things could go right down to the wire in the race for the final UEFA Champions League spots. Arsenal have had their problems this term, but at their home ground of The Emirates they have shown some good form. They have won ten, drawn one, and lost two of their last 13 matches in all tournaments, and one of those losses was the 5-1 humiliation against German giants Bayern Munich.

On the other hand, David Moyes’ team looked much better when they win Hull earlier this month, although their relegation from the English Premier League had already been confirmed. However, they slumped back into the form that got them relegated on weekend when they were beaten 2-0 at home turf of Stadium of light to Swansea City. This makes it nine losses, two draws, and one win from their last 12 games. The Black Cats have lost ten of their last 12 matches on the road.

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About Maxim Mikhaylov

Maxim Mikhaylov

Maxim Mikhaylov born in Russian Federation. He Studied at Saratov State University at the Faculty of Computer Science and Information Technologies. Earned a master degree in 2012. He worked as a journalist for 5 years before joining Footballwood. Maxim worked on a wide variety of news and entertainment stories. He loves writing about football matches, events and most popular superstars like Ronaldo, Messi, Neymar, and others.

Maxim is football addicted and he’s totally enjoining that lifestyle. He is a regular player of FC “Zarya” on position of striker. His another hobby is professional commenting of football matches on the local radio. Maxim likes to spend his free time with own family and close friends.

Working on Footballwood, he is following top five European leagues and major Asian and North American tournaments. He is responsible for match previews, important football news and match reviews of the major leagues.

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