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Is Arsenal vs Everton on TV? Live stream, kick-off time, team news for HUGE pre-season Florida Cup Series tie in Orlando

ARSENAL continue their pre-season tour THIS WEEKEND where they’ll be taking on Premier League rivals Everton in the first match of a Florida Cup series.

The Gunners needed Gabriel Jesus to change the dynamics of their last away match in Germany having come off the bench to strike twice against Nurnberg.

Gabriel Jesus was the start of the show last time out in Germany

Everton are yet to play since their final day 5-1 drubbing against Arsenal last season

And the summer signing came up with the goods again during a secret behind-closed-doors friendly at London Colney on Wednesday.

However, Jesus is set to face a tougher test in the shape of Everton who will be very familiar of his strengths during the Brazilians time at Manchester City.

Plus, the Toffees new boy James Tarkowski will also be eager to stop Jesus and prove his worth to the Evertonian fan base.

What time does Arsenal vs Everton kick off?

  • Arsenal’s highly anticipated clash with Everton takes place THIS SATURDAY – July 16.
  • It is scheduled to kick off at midnight (12am) in the UK – 7pm in Orlando, Florida
  • The iconic M&T Bank Stadium which is the home of the Baltimore Ravens will be the assigned arena for this match and can hold around 71,000 supporters.
  • Everton travelled to the Emirates on the final day of last season where they were humiliated 5-1.

Is Arsenal vs Everton on TV and can I stream it live?

  • Unfortunately, Arsenal vs Everton will NOT be broadcasted on live television in the UK.
  • However, the Gunners will be streaming the entire action on their club website for a fee of £5.99.
  • Head to the website for more information on match passes.

Team news

Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta could be tempted to provide new signings Gabriel Jesus, Fabio Vieira and Marquinhos their first starts for the club.

And French star William Saliba will be itching to the Gunners fan base what he can do having won Young Ligue 1 Player of the Year last season.

Elsewhere, Frank Lampard is yet to see his team in action since the conclusion of the 2021/22 Premier League season.

But the Everton is predicted to give the likes of Jordan Pickford, Dele Alli and new boy James Tarkowski a run out.

Whilst Andros Townsend will not be ready for a return having suffered an anterior cruciate ligament injury, despite travelling with the squad.