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Arsenal’s Game Against Newcastle Will Be Televised Live On ESPN2: The Race For Fourth

theo walcott Arsenals Game Against Newcastle Will Be Televised Live On ESPN2: The Race For Fourth

With Arsenal’s impressive 4-1 home victory against Wigan Athletic today, the Gunners are just one match away from guaranteeing a spot in the UEFA Champions League next season. For viewers in the United States, the match between Newcastle and Arsenal will be shown live on Sunday at 11am on ESPN2 and WatchESPN.

While Arsenal will need to win on Sunday to qualify for the UEFA Champions League, a draw will be enough if Spurs draw their game. Or even a Gunners defeat will be enough if Tottenham lose their match.

Meanwhile on FOX Soccer, that network will be showing Tottenham Hotspur versus Sunderland.

On the final day of the season this year, FOX will televise their games at 11am ET on Sunday on FOX Soccer, FOX Soccer Plus, FOX Sports Net, FOXSoccer.com and the remainder on FOX Soccer 2Go.

Stay tuned to our TV guide for all of the latest TV schedule updates.


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