Brentford are back in Premier League action at the Gtech Community Stadium when they face Arsenal in a London derby on Saturday, November 25.
The Bees host Mikel Arteta’s side in the late kick-off looking to avenge their 1-0 defeat to the Gunners in the EFL Cup third round back in September.
Thomas Frank’s side will be hoping to oversee a third consecutive league victory at home, in what has otherwise been an inconsistent campaign to date.
When is Brentford v Arsenal?
Brentford host Arsenal in the Premier League at Gtech Community Stadium on Saturday, November 25.
Kick-off is 17.30 UK time, with live coverage on TNT Sports commencing at 16:45.
How to watch Brentford v Arsenal?
TNT Sports is available across all major TV platforms, offering a line-up of up to four TV channels (TNT Sports 1, TNT Sports 2, TNT Sports 3, TNT Sports 4), and up to six digital or red-button channels (TNT Sports 5 to 10), and TNT Sports Ultimate plus TNT Sports Box Office HD.
Brentford v Arsenal will be live on TNT Sports 1 and TNT Sports Ultimate with coverage from 16:45 UK time on Saturday, November 25.
How do I watch Premier League live streams on TNT Sports? What is discovery+?
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BT Sport app closes – How do I activate discovery+?
The BT Sport app closed on Thursday, October 12, 2023.
If I want TNT Sports, do I need to download a new app?
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The BT Sport app closed on October 12, 2023 and we encourage all our customers to download the discovery+ app to continue enjoying TNT Sports.
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What is the TNT Sports app?
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The BT Sport app closed on October 12, 2023 and has been replaced by the TNT Sports app for sports news and results.
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Which Premier League matches are on TNT Sports?
|MATCH||DATE AND TIME|
|Brentford v Arsenal||Saturday, November 25, 17:30|
|Newcastle United v Manchester United||Saturday, December 2, 20:00|
|Crystal Palace v Liverpool||Saturday, December 9, 12:30|
|West Ham United v Manchester United||Saturday, December 23, 12:30|
|Luton Town v Chelsea||Saturday, December 30, 12:30|
Mee confident of performing against the best
Ben Mee says Brentford were left to rue several missed chances in the first half against Liverpool, with the 3-0 scoreline perhaps a tad harsh on Thomas Frank’s side.
Speaking to Sky Sports after the match, he said: “We created chances in the first half. It feels like when you come to Anfield and you get chances, you need to take them. They are a top side but we were brave and were good on the counter-attack.
“They transition really well and have quality players so it’s always difficult.
“We have been in great form. There’s a good feeling around the place and there still is. We’ll have the break now and we have a big game against Arsenal coming up so we’ll look forward to that. We defended well for long periods and created chances ourselves.
“We are always competitive against big sides. We always want to come and win games. We always give it a go. We will continue to do that. We will see where we’re at and see where we go.”
Can Trossard continue his renaissance?
Leandro Trossard has stepped up to the plate in recent weeks, amid Arsenal’s ongoing injury issues.
The Belgium international claimed a goal and an assist in the Gunners’ 3-1 win over Burnley last time out, and is the club’s joint-top scorer alongside Bukayo Saka, despite his limited game time.
He has started only three Premier League games so far this season, but scored three goals, adding two in the UEFA Champions League and another in the Community Shield win over Manchester City.
Arteta will hope to have skipper Martin Odegaard, Gabriel Jesus and Gabriel Martinelli – who came off injured in that win over the Clarets – all available for the trip to Brentford.
Given Trossard’s recent form, the 28-year-old would count himself unlucky if he drops down to the bench again.
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