Early Arsenal team news17:56, Marc MayoEmile Smith Rowe is in contention to feature for Arsenal for the first time since September as the England international faces a late fitness test, having recovered from groin surgery. Matt Turner, Kieran Tierney, Rob Holding and Takehiro Tomiyasu are also expected to start, while Marquinhos, Fabio Vieira, Mohamed Elneny and Albert Sambi Lokonga could feature. Star striker Gabriel Jesus is still sidelined for the Gunners along with Reiss Nelson. (Arsenal FC via Getty Images)Early Oxford team news17:49, Marc MayoThe U’s do not have any fresh injury concerns and do have a recent track record in pulling off cup upsets.
Former Liverpool youngster Cameron Brannagan is a threat, having scored six goals from midfield this season while striker Matty Taylor offers more firepower. How to watch17:44, Marc MayoTV channel: In the UK, the game will be broadcast live and free-to-air on ITV, with coverage beginning at 7:30pm GMT ahead of an 8pm kick-off. Live stream: You can also watch proceedings live online via the ITVX app and ITV website.
Having already been sent packing in the Carabao Cup, Mikel Arteta’s side will see this game as the start of a key route to silverware. Oxford, sat 15th in League One, have only reached the fourth round once in their last five attempts. Follow all the action live via Standard Sport’s match blog with Simon Collings providing expert analysis from the ground. Oxford vs Arsenal updatesKick-off: 8pm GMT | Kassam StadiumHow to watch: ITV1Oxford team newsArsenal team newsEvening Standard score predictionOxford United FC - Arsenal FC18:03, Marc MayoPredicted Arsenal XI (4-3-3): Turner; Tomiyasu, Saliba, Holding, Tierney; Vieira, Elneny, Lokonga; Marquinhos, Nketiah, Martinelli.
Oxford vs Arsenal LIVE! FA Cup match stream, latest team news, lineups, TV, prediction today(Action Images via Reuters)Oxford vs Arsenal LIVE! One of the ties of the third round of the FA Cup takes place tonight between League One side Oxford and Premier League leaders Arsenal. The Gunners are the most successful team in the competition’s history, making anything but a win at the Kassam Stadium a mighty upset. Dumped out at this stage last year, Arsenal have not experienced back-to-back third-round defeats since 1996. Yet, despite winning the tournament in 2020, they have more often than not struggled to put FA Cup runs together in recent times.
TV channel, live stream and FA Cup kick-off time How to watch Oxford United vs Arsenal. The match kicks off this evening at the Kassam Stadium at 8:00pm , and will be broadcast on ITV1