Good News to Arsenal Fans as a Local TV Channel Will Freely Air Tomorrow's Clash with Astonvilla
By Felixotoro | self meida writer
Published 27 days ago - 3895 views
Arsenal football club is one of the top most famous teams in English Premier League (EPL). The team enjoys massive support across the world.
The gunners are still nursing wounds after the Wolvermptom Wanderers seriously smashed them on Tuesday night. The gunners were defeated by Wolves 2:1 in a heated game that saw two Arsenal players red carded.
Defender David Luiz and the goalkeeper Bernd Leno were sent off respectively. It's good news to Arsenal fans as a local television channel known as K24 will freely air the much awaited match on Saturday afternoon.
Astonvilla will host the gunners on Saturday at 3:30pm at Villa Park. The hosts are 9th on the epl table with 32 points having two games in hand while Arsenal are 10th with 31 points.
In conclusion, this will be an interesting match as the gunners will be coming to redeem their lost glory this season.
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