Brighton & Hove Albion host Arsenal in the first of a double dose of Premier League football today.
Brighton have won just two of their 16 meetings with Arsenal in all competitions, but both of those wins were at home, most recently a top-flight game in 1982.
Arsenal are on a five-game winning streak in this fixture, including October’s 2-0 triumph in their maiden Premier League meeting.
Coverage starts at 12.30pm on Sky Sports Premier League and Sky Sports Main Event with live streaming on Sky Go and Now TV.
The second of today’s fixtures see Cheslea travel to Manchester City. The game will be shown on the same channels from 4.00pm.
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