Stream free, TV channel, kick off time and team news for FA Cup clash – The Sun

WELCOME to our Monday night blog of Arsenal’s trip to Bournemouth and a game that could prove to be a big turning point for either side’s season.
The Cherries are in a nightmare run of form that relented with the 3-1 beating of Brighton last time out.
A win tonight, having previously failed to score in five of their last seven games before Tuesday’s triumph, could sky rocket a much-needed momentum boost.
Meanwhile Arsenal are on a run of three straight draws having let Crystal Palace and Sheffield United back into games in recent weeks.
But the 2-2 result at Chelsea felt like a victory for many given the Gunners had ten men for much of the game and levelled late on via Hector Bellerin.
We will find out at 7.15pm who the winner will face in the fifth round with tonight’s game going to a replay if it ends all square.
The team news lands just before then with the visitors missing Calum Chambers, Kieran Tierney and suspended pair David Luiz and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.
Among the doubts are Reiss Nelson, Dani Ceballos and Sead Kolasinac.
Bournemouth could welcome back Steve Cook after his sending off against Norwich – for turning into a goalkeeper for a fleeting moment.
Before the tie, which begins at 8pm, Eddie Howe told reporters: “There are some players playing with injuries that ideally if we had a full squad to pick from wouldn’t be playing.
“We’ll wait and see what team is available. We do have a couple of injury concerns, I won’t go into individual names but there are a couple of players who are struggling.”

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