Unai Emery’s men, who have been victorious in every game since their 3-2 defeat to Chelsea in mid-September, made it 11 straight wins in all competitions after grinding out a 1-0 win against Sporting CP in the Europa League.
Crystal Palace, however, have lost each of their last three fixtures and have failed to score in their last two, when they were beaten by Wolves and Everton. Follow the latest below.
What time does it start?
Crystal Palace vs Arsenal kicks off at 1:30pm.
Where can I watch it?
The match will be shown live on Sky Sports’ Premier League and Main Event channels from 12:30pm. Highlights will be shown at 10:30pm on BBC One.
It’s a big game for…
Luka Milivojevic: The Serbian has been in poor form lately and that was highlighted last weekend by his abysmal penalty down the middle which Jordan Pickford easily saved. The 27-year-old midfielder has scored twice in three fixtures against Arsenal, though, and Roy Hodgson will hope he can rediscover his best form against an opponent he fairs relatively well against.
104.6: Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has a Premier League goal ratio of one every 104.6 minutes on average, the best in the league’s history for players who have scored at least 10 times.
Player to watch…
Mesut Ozil: The former Germany international was at his magisterial best against Leicester City on Monday. He placed Hector Bellerin’s cross past Kasper Schmeichel on the half volley to equalise before being heavily involved in Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s double, including the assist for his second. Ozil was an unused substitute in Lisbon and therefore will be fresh and raring to go come kick-off on Sunday.
Past three meetings…
Arsenal 4 (Monreal, Iwobi, Koscielny, Lacazette) Crystal Palace 1 (Milivojevic), Premier League, January 2018
Crystal Palace 2 (Townsend, Tomkins) Arsenal 3 (Mustafi, Sanchez x2), Premier League, December 2017
Crystal Palace 3 (Townsend, Cabaye, Milivojevic pen) Arsenal 0, Premier League, April 2017
Crystal Palace: WDWLLL
Crystal Palace to win: 17/5
Arsenal to win: 3/4
Hello, and welcome along to another Sunday afternoon of Premier League razzmatazz. We've got updates coming from Crystal Palace against Arsenal, who are looking to make it twelve wins on the bounce, and Burnley vs Chelsea, who are yet to lose under Maurizio Sarri.
And if that wasn't enough, your weekend is capped off by Jose Mourinho and Manchester United at Old Trafford as they face off against Marco Silva's Everton.
Anyway, enough of the build-up, where is that the team news......
Here is the team news from Selhurst Park!
And here is how the sides will line up at Turf Moor this afternoon...
Will the run continue Chelsea fans?
And not on scrabble points either....
This makes for ominous readings for Palace fans.
Just five minutes till kick-off at Selhurst Park and at Turf Moor. What will this crisp autumn afternoon throw up in the Premier League?
No words needed.
1 Min: Burnley 0-0 Chelsea
We're underway at Turf Moor. Can Burnley inflict a first defeat on Maurizio Sarri?
1 min: Crystal Palace 0-0 Arsenal
We're now also underway at Selhurst Park.
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