Bournemouth vs Arsenal − How to tune in on Amazon Prime Video
Bournemouth face Arsenal at Dean Court this afternoon, with both sides woefully out of form and languishing in the wrong half of the table. This will be Mikel Arteta’s first game in charge of the Gunners, and he’s got a hell of a job on his hands. Our guide explains all you need to know to watch Bournemouth vs Arsenal this afternoon, including full live stream details. And best of all, you may be able to tune in for free.
Bournemouth vs Arsenal kick-off time
Kick-off is set for 3pm GMT.
Bournemouth vs Arsenal live stream
Amazon has exclusive rights to Bournemouth vs Arsenal, and you’ll be able to live stream the game through Prime Video.
If you’re not familiar with Prime Video, it’s a streaming platform that’s essentially Amazon’s equivalent of Netflix. You need to be an Amazon Prime member to access Prime Video, and a subscription costs either £7.99 per month or £79 per year.
However, Amazon offers a 30-day free trial of Prime, and if you’re eligible for it, you can watch Bournemouth vs Arsenal for free.
Just follow this link to go straight to the match − the build-up starts at 2:30pm.
Amazon is also showing the following games on Prime Video today:
- Tottenham vs Brighton (12:30pm kick-off, coverage from 11:30am)
- Aston Villa vs Norwich (3pm kick-off, coverage starts at 2:30pm)
- Chelsea vs Southampton (3pm kick-off, coverage starts at 2:30pm)
- Crystal Palace vs West Ham (3pm kick-off, coverage starts at 2:30pm)
- Everton vs Burnley (3pm kick-off, coverage starts at 2:30pm)
- Sheffield Utd vs Watford (3pm kick-off, coverage starts at 2:30pm)
- Man Utd vs Newcastle (5:30pm kick-off, coverage starts at 5pm)
- Leicester vs Liverpool (4K, 8pm kick-off, coverage starts at 7:30pm)
Prime Video actually lets you multi-screen, so you can watch up to three different games at the same time. Follow this link for more details.
Alternatively, you could tune into tonight’s Amazon Goals Centre, which will show you every goal from all of today’s matches, as well as other key moments like red cards, chances and, presumably, the latest and greatest VAR controversies.
How to watch Bournemouth vs Arsenal on TV
You can watch Bournemouth vs Arsenal on a wide range of devices, including smart TVs, smartphones, tablets and laptops.
Depending on what type of device you’re using, all you need to do to tune in is fire up the Prime Video app or visit the Prime Video site, and find the game in the listings.
If you want to watch the match on your TV but don’t own a compatible smart TV, you’ll need to get your hands on some additional hardware.
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Bournemouth vs Arsenal − Match preview
What has happened to Eddie Howe’s side? They’ve lost an astonishing six of their last seven games, though bizarrely their last two victories came at the expense of Man United and Chelsea. Could the pattern of taking down the big guns continue today?
Okay, Arsenal aren’t an elite side any more, but they’re still a huge club. A huge club in rapid decline.
Arsenal have won just one of their last 13 games in all competitions. Club legend Freddie Ljungberg took charge in six of those matches, but was unable to get a tune out of this rabble of a team.
Having served as Arsenal’s captain during Wenger’s troubled latest years at the club, Arteta should find it easier than both Ljungberg and Unai Emery to clock the dressing room and identify any issues amongst the players.
Getting the fans on side and tempering their expectations will be another thing entirely.