[Bug 195611] New: Watch Arsenal vs Southampton Live Stream: Premier League Video Free Online

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            Bug ID: 195611
           Summary: Watch Arsenal vs Southampton Live Stream: Premier
                    League Video Free Online
           Product: Base System
           Version: 10.1-RC1
          Hardware: Any
                OS: Any
            Status: New
          Severity: Affects Only Me
          Priority: ---
         Component: bin
          Assignee: freebsd-bugs at FreeBSD.org
          Reporter: moralesgrace007 at gmail.com

Arsenal vs Southampton

Kickoff time: 2:45 p.m. EST

TV channel: NBC Sports Premier League Extra Time

Live stream: Follow Below Link to Watch Free via Video Online

Live Video » http://w.atch.me/ToU2oS

Live Video » http://w.atch.me/ToU2oS

Southampton have finally suffered more disappointment after proving their
doubters wrong throughout the early stages of the new season.

Going two games without a win may have not been a concern before, but there
have been suggestions that the Saints could slip further down the table after
losing 3-0 to Manchester City on Sunday afternoon.

Ronald Koeman was understandably disappointed as his side lost for just the
third time this season, but he will be hopeful that his players will produce a
quick response at the Emirates Stadium, where they recorded a 2-1 win in the
League Cup back in September.

For Arsenal, the weekend was a positive one as Danny Welbeck handed them a 1-0
victory over West Bromwich Albion just days after a comfortable win over
Borussia Dortmund had booked their spot in the next round of the Champions

Doubts remain over Arsenal's ability to go on an extended run, but the win
against the Baggies would have given the fans confidence heading into a hectic
December schedule.

However, Arsene Wenger heads into the game with another defensive crisis
brewing due to injuries picked up by Nacho Monreal and Kieran Gibbs.

Reports have suggested that Mathieu Flamini could be asked to fill in at
left-back as a replacement for the injured duo.

Southampton are sweating over the fitness of Morgan Schneiderlin, but there
could be a recall for Shane Long, who started the game against City on the

Arsenal have given themselves a much needed boost with back-to-back wins, but
in order to get a third against Southampton on Wednesday they may have to
negotiate yet another defensive injury crisis. Saturday’s 1-0 victory over West
Brom lifted Arsenal up to sixth place in the Premier League, just two points
off a spot in the top four, and eased some of the mounting pressure on manager
Arsene Wenger after what had been the club’s worse start to a league season
through 12 games for 32 years. 

But it came at the expense of injury problems for both of their senior
left-backs, Kieran Gibbs and Nacho Monreal. With Laurent Koscielny also a doubt
for the visit of Southampton, having only just returned from a long-term
Achilles complaint, Arsenal’s thin defensive resources are set to be tested
once more.

“We have some question marks about Monreal about Gibbs about [Oxlade-]
Chamberlain,” Wenger said in his pre-match press conference on Tuesday. “They
have tests this morning. Everybody else looks to be available. Of course, as
well as Koscielny just [coming] back after a long time, we will see how he
responds this morning. I am still hoping that one of the two [Monreal and
Gibbs] will be available.”

A reshuffle in defense would be particularly frustrating given that Arsenal are
coming off the back of keeping successive clean sheets for only the second time
this season. With Mathieu Debuchy out since September, although set to return
in a week’s time, and Koscielny, Gibbs, Monreal and former Southampton man
Calum Chambers all having spells out injured, Arsenal’s back line has been
altered frequently this campaign.

“Defensive stability is very important for us,” Wenger said. “We have been
quite stable recently and that’s what we want to continue. It’s vital for us
that we find out defensive stability that we haven’t had since the start of the

Arsenal will face opponents looking to rebound from a first defeat in seven
matches, and an emphatic one at that. Despite losing a host of top talent,
including Chambers to Arsenal, over the summer, Southampton made a sensational
start to the season under new manager Ronald Koeman. But Sunday’s clash with
champions Manchester City represented the first in a tough run of fixtures that
many have viewed as a litmus test for Southampton’s Champions League

A heavy 3-0 defeat to a City side that finished with 10 men was far from an
ideal start to a streak that also sees them take on Manchester United after
traveling to the Emirates Stadium on Wednesday. But right-back Nathaniel Clyne,
who earned his first England caps last month, is purely focused on the upcoming

“We have reacted] positively,” he told Southampton’s official website. “We went
over the game, decided what went wrong and we’ve put that game [against
Manchester City] to bed. “We’ve got another big game on Wednesday and we need
to put in a good performance there. The games are  coming thick and fast
throughout the Christmas period so focus quickly turned to Arsenal. There was
no time to dwell on it, we just have to move on and just pick ourselves up for
the next game and try and put in a good performance there.”

Southampton will have to do without Morgan Schneiderlin at the Emirates after
the influential midfielder was forced off against Manchester City. Jay
Rodriguez, James Ward-Prowse and Sam Gallagher remain sidelined, but Jack Cork
is available after illness.

Prediction: Southampton have already won once at the Emirates this season, in
the Capital One Cup, but the loss of Schneiderlin makes their task of repeating
that feat on Wednesday considerably tougher. The France international is key in
shielding the back four and his absence was keenly felt in the second half
against City. 

Going forward, Southampton, with the invention of Dusan Tadic, pace and
endeavor of Shane Long and penalty-box presence of Graziano Pellè, certainly
have the capability of scoring against what could be a weak Arsenal defense.
But at home, and with Alexis Sanchez, Danny Welbeck and Olivier Giroud in
tandem, Arsenal should get the win.

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