Arsenal & PSG Headline Today’s Champions League Action

(Photo by Julian Finney/Getty Images)

(Photo by Julian Finney/Getty Images)

Arsenal and Paris Saint-Germain will be playing today, with first place in Group A of the UEFA Champions League on the line on Wednesday.

With both teams already advancing to the next round, they have already booked their ticket to the next round, the only incentive left is to earn the top spot in Group A, which would provide them with a chance to avoid the other top finishers in the next round. Arsenal has been defeated by European giants in many years past, so look for them to try their best to secure the top spot in Group A.

Many of Arsenal’s players will not be playing today due to injury, including Hector Bellerin, Santi Cazorla, Lucas Perez, Danny Welbeck, and Per Mertesacker.

PSG is also not at full strength, with Angel Di Maria, Javier Pastore, and Adrien Rabiot all injured.

No matter who plays today, it’s a Champions League matchup between two European titans, so make sure you find out how to live stream the Arsenal vs. PSG action below!


Arsenal vs. PSG Champions League Viewing Details

Date: Wednesday, November 23, 2016
Time: 2:45 P.M. EST
United States TV Channel: Fox Sports 1
United Kingdom TV Channel: BT Sport 3
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Location: Emirates Stadium | London, England


How to Watch Arsenal vs. PSG Live Stream Online

United States: You can live stream the Arsenal vs. PSG game online at Fox Sports Go . You will need to log in with your cable provider information.

United Kingdom: You can live stream the Arsenal vs. PSG game on the BT Sport Website.


How to Watch Arsenal vs. PSG Live Stream On Mobile

United States: You can live stream the Arsenal vs. PSG Champions League game using the Fox Sports GO app (iTunes Store | Google Play Store | Amazon StoreWindows). You’ll need a cable subscription like you would while watching it on your desktop.

United Kingdom: You can live stream the Arsenal vs. Paris SG game using the BT Sport App (iTunes Store | Google Play). You’ll need a cable subscription, though, just as you would watching it on your desktop.

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