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((WATCH>STREAMS!)) Arsenal vs Luton Town Live Free Online Broadcast 5 December 2023


Arsenal vs Luton Town live stream: How to watch Premier League game online and on TV. Top of the table Arsenal travel the short trip up the M1 today to take on a Luton Town that finally have some home form to shout about. A draw and that first, elusive win in their last two at Kenilworth Road will make for quite the atmosphere when Mikel Arteta's flash mob come to town. This is the first meeting between the two teams since 1991.


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Premier League log leaders Arsenal travel to Kenilworth Road to cross swords with Luton Town in the hopes of extending their lead at the summit.


Luton Town are just a spot above the drop zone and their defeat against Brentford dampened their hopes of climbing up. With just two points separating Luton and safety, Rob Edwards' men would be vying to produce an upset against a high-flying Arsenal side.


Mikel Arteta's have found their footing in England's premier division as they are back at the pinnacle of the table. Manchester City and Liverpool played out draws in their weekend matches giving the Gunners a cushion of three points. The 2-1 win at Emirates was Arsenal's 10th of the season and the fixture against Luton should be a routine victory for the North London powerhouses.


Luton Town vs Arsenal live stream, Date, Time, Channels


The Luton Town vs Arsenal live stream takes place today, December 5.

► Time: 8:15 p.m. GMT / 3:15 p.m. ET / 12:15 p.m. PT / 7:15 a.m. AEDT (Dec 6).

• U.S. — Watch on Peacock

• U.K. — Amazon Prime (free trial)

• Watch anywhere


Luton's feel good factor took a bit of a bump last time out away at Brentford. It wasn't so much the loss of the match as the two central defenders, including captain Tom Lockyer. He and Teden Mengi face late fitness tests ahead of the clash against Arsenal. Both will be key if the Hatters have hopes of holding out against the Gunners.


It's at the other end of the pitch where Luton Town are struggling, though. Only bottom of the table Sheffield United have scored fewer this campaign, and those hard to find goals will be harder still against Arsenal who boast the meanest defense in the league. The Gunners have conceded just 11 times so far.


Luton Town are two points safe from relegation, at present, but only thanks to Everton's points deduction. With Arsenal and City up next, the Hatters could quickly find themselves back at square one unless they can pull off a big result.


The promoted hosts secured their first win of the season at Kenilworth Road by beating Crystal Palace in the last round of top-flight fixtures, and they are protecting a nine-match unbeaten run against Arsenal at home that has lasted since January 1984.


Extending that record will require them to end Arsenal's five-match run of wins in all competitions, although only an 89th-minute goal from Kai Havertz saw them past Brentford in their most recent away game, having suffered their only league defeat of the season so far when they lost 1-0 at Newcastle United on November 4.


Luton could move five points clear of the relegation zone with victory but could slip in to the bottom three if they do not win and second-bottom Burnley beat Wolves at Molineux in the other Premier League fixture on Tuesday.


Reece Burke and Mads Andersen are ruled out for the home side with injuries while all of Marvelous Nakamba, Cauley Woodrow, and Dan Potts are in Luton's treatment room.


Tom Lockyer and Teden Mengi were two casualties from Luton's defeat against Brentford and the duo will fail to feature for the home side.


Arsenal loanee Albert Sambi Lokonga is on the road to recovery but the midfielder will fail to feature against his parent club.


Emile Smith Rowe, Fabio Vieira, Jurrien Timber, and Thomas Partey are ruled out for the visitors with their respective injuries.


English defender Ben White could replace Japanese international Takehiro Tomiyasu in the lineup with the latter hobbling off with injury in the dying minutes of the clash against Wolves.


Arteta could give rest to former West Ham midfielder Declan Rice with Jorginho coming into the side while Eddie Nketiah could be forced to another substitute appearance with Brazilian forward Gabriel Jesus leading the forward battery.


The Gunners top the Premier League table with 33 points from 14 games, two points clear of Liverpool in second with Manchester City three back in third. Luton, meanwhile, remain outside of the relegation zone but only because of Everton's ten-point deduction for breaching financial fair play regulations.


The Hatters are in 17th place with nine points from 14 games with their most recent result a 3-1 defeat to Brentford on Saturday. Along with Wolverhampton Wanderers vs Burnley, Arsenal's trip to Luton kicks off a midweek round of fixtures that will all be shown on Amazon Prime Video in the United Kingdom.


It's the first midweek round of games of the season, with Brighton & Hove Albion vs Brentford, Crystal Palace vs AFC Bournemouth, Fulham vs Nottingham Forest, Sheffield United vs Liverpool, Aston Villa vs Manchester City and Manchester United vs Chelsea all being held on Wednesday night. Thursday sees Everton play Newcastle United and Tottenham Hotspur host West Ham United.


Rob Edwards is now without defenders Tom Lockyer and Teden Mengi, as well as Reece Burke, Mads Andersen and wing-back Alfie Doughty. All those absences at the back might mean Luton switch to a four-man defence, while holding midfielders Marvelous Nakamba and Albert Sambi Lokonga are also out to compound the issue. The latter is on loan from Arsenal so wouldn’t have been able to feature anyway.


As for the Gunners, they are missing Fabio Vieira, Emile Smith Rowe and Thomas Partey in midfield, plus versatile defender Jurrien Timber as a long-term absentee. Takehiro Tomiyasu went off at the weekend so is likely to sit out here ahead of another quick turnaround to next weekend, so Ben White is likely to start right back.


Tottenham's last minute equaliser at Man City on Sunday means that the Gunners hold a two-point cushion at the league’s summit and they will expect to keep up the pace as they face 17th placed Luton. Arsenal have won three matches on the bounce, with their 2-1 win at home to Wolves on Saturday providing a winning start to what will be a packed December fixture schedule.


Kenilworth Road will provide a unique setting for the match, with the tightly-packed ground offering a unique challenge to visiting teams. Liverpool and Crystal Palace have both dropped points at the ground in Luton’s past two home fixtures, with the latter providing a 2-1 win for the Hatters’ their first at home since reaching the Premier League.


Luton are likely to be without captain Tom Lockyer after he left the field during his side's most recent match against Brentford, with Teden Mengi also sidelined for the fixture. Rob Edwards will also be unable to call upon Albert Sambi Lokonga, with the midfielder unable to face his parent club.

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