Arsenal fans can feel the Premier League title pressure beginning to rise at the start of 2023 and they face a huge derby trip to Tottenham this weekend.
Manchester City will be looking to put pressure on Mikel Arteta’s side in their own local showdown at Manchester United, the day before, and Arsenal will need to react.
The Gunners have consistently struggled to secure key points at their old foes in recent seasons and a negative result could see their title advantage slashed.
Premier League fans from around the world can stream the match live and The Sporting News has all the details on how to do so below.
Tottenham vs Arsenal live stream
Arsenal fans will be determined to turn the tide of derby losses at both the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium and White Hart Lane, and the atmosphere will be white hot ahead of kickoff.
|UK||Sky Go, NOW TV|
|New Zealand||Sky Go NZ, Sky Sport NOW|
|India||Jio TV, Hotstar VIP|
|Hong Kong||now TV|
Astro GO, Sooka
UK: Matches are streamed across Sky Sports and BT Sport streaming and TV platforms, with selected matches on Amazon Prime. Sky has the rights to this match.
USA: This match can be streamed on NBC’s Peacock platform.
Canada: Every Premier League game this season is live streaming exclusively via fuboTV in Canada.
Australia: Fans in Australia can stream every match live and on demand on Optus Sport.
Watch Tottenham vs Arsenal online
Here’s how fans around the world can stream the match around the world.
Fans in the USA can stream the match live via NBC’s Peacock platform with Canadian viewers able to check out the action via fuboTV.
The game is available to be streamed in India (Jio TV and Hotstar TV), Hong Kong (now TV), Malaysia (Astro Go and Sooka) and Singapore (StarHub TV+).
Optus Sport will carry the game for Australia-based fans with Sky Sport streaming the match live in New Zealand.
Premier League schedule: Derby duty in Manchester and North London
A huge weekend of Premier League matches includes two key derby games, as Pep Guardiola’s defending champions go to Manchester United on Saturday, with Arsenal’s trip to Spurs completing the weekend.
Both games could have a major impact on the title picture in the coming weeks, with Arsenal forced to wait 24 hours after City’s game to launch a response.
|Date||Match||Kickoff time GMT/ET|
|Fri, Jan. 13||Aston Villa vs. Leeds United||20:00/15:00|
|Sat, Jan. 14||Manchester United vs. Manchester City||12:30/07:30|
|Sat, Jan. 14||Brighton & Hove Albion vs. Liverpool||15:00/10:00|
|Sat, Jan. 14||Everton vs. Southampton||15:00/10:00|
|Sat, Jan. 14||Nottingham Forest vs. Leicester City||15:00/10:00|
|Sat, Jan. 14||Wolves vs. West Ham||15:00/10:00|
|Sat, Jan. 14||Brentford vs. Bournemouth||17:30/12:30|
|Sun, Jan. 15||Chelsea vs. Crystal Palace||14:00/09:00|
|Sun, Jan. 15||Newcastle vs. Fulham||14:00/09:00|
|Sun, Jan. 15||Tottenham vs. Arsenal||16:30/11:00|