What channel is Nottingham Forest v Arsenal Premier League match on? TV coverage, live stream and kick-off time

Nottingham Forest vs Arsenal: Kick-off time, team news, TV, live stream, h2h results

What channel is Nottingham Forest v Arsenal Premier League match on? TV coverage, live stream and kick-off time

The teams line-up at the City Ground the last time Arsenal played at Forest. Nottingham Forest won 1-0 that day back in May, 2023 to secure their Premier League status while also handing Manchester City the league title. CREDIT: @laythy29

Check out how to watch Nottingham Forest v Arsenal in the Premier League, including TV channel, radio coverage and kick-off time.

What channel is Nottingham Forest v Arsenal Premier League match on? TV coverage, live stream and kick-off time


Arsenal need to emerge with all three points from their trip to the City Ground if they are to keep pace at the top of the Premier League.

The Gunners have the chance to move to within two points of the top of the table when they travel to face Nottingham Forest this evening.

With Liverpool not in action for 24 hours until they host Chelsea at Anfield on Wednesday, the North Londoners can close the gap and keep confidence high ahead of this weekend's eagerly-awaited showdown with Jurgen Klopp's side at the Emirates on Sunday. 

The Gunners are five points behind table-toppers Liverpool and level with reigning champions Manchester City, who have a game in hand, so Mikel Arteta's side can't afford too many more more slip-ups if they are to challenge for silverware they last lifted back in 2004. 

Arsenal's early exit from the FA Cup means they have had the benefit of 10 days rest since thrashing Crystal Palace 5-0 in N5 - that emphatically ended their three-game winless streak.

Arsenal team news 

Arsenal's Declan Rice could return from the tight hamstring that prompted his substitution against Crystal Palace.

Gabriel, who came off in the same game, will also be assessed but Thomas Partey remains out with injury.

Forest team news 

Nottingham Forest trio Taiwo Awoniyi, Anthony Elanga and Felipe are back in training but this game could come too soon for them to feature.

Several players are at the Africa Cup of Nations, while loanee Nuno Tavares is ineligible against his parent club.

When is Nottingham Forest v Arsenal?

Nottingham Forest v Arsenal will take place today, Tuesday, January 30

What TV channel is Nottingham Forest v Arsenal on?

The game will be shown live on TNT Sports 2 from 7pm.

There are multiple ways to get TNT Sports. If you already have BT Broadband, you can add TNT Sports to your existing contract from just £18 per month. You can add the ‘Big Sport’ package for £40 per month which includes all TNT Sports and 11 Sky Sports channels via a NOW pass.

How to watch Nottingham Forest v Arsenal in the USA

You can watch Nottingham Forest v Arsenal live on Peacock at 2:30pm ET.

Most Premier League matches will be shown on either FuboTV or Peacock in 2023/24.

How to live stream Nottingham Forest v Arsenal online

You can watch the match on TNT Sports via discovery+ Premium monthly pass or on discovery+ via Amazon Prime Video without signing up to a contract.

Regular subscribers can also stream matches on a variety of devices including laptops, smartphones and tablets via the discovery+ app.

discovery+ is the new streaming home of TNT Sports, showing events including live Premier League, UEFA Champions League, Premiership Rugby, UFC, Boxing and MotoGP

Head-to-head history and results

Nottingham Forest wins: 29

Draws: 22

Arsenal wins: 53

Nottingham Forest are looking for a fourth consecutive home win over Arsenal in all competitions.

Arsenal's last win at Forest was in the Premier League in January 1999 when Martin Keown's goal gave them a 1-0 victory.

However, the Gunners have won five of the past six top-flight meetings.

Stats (courtesy of the BBC)

Arsenal have gone three Premier League away matches without a victory, while their only two wins in the last seven on the road both came courtesy of late goals (D2, L3).

The Gunners have kept eight clean sheets in this season's Premier League, a joint-high in the division along with Liverpool.

They have scored 13 goals from set-pieces (excluding penalties), 10 from corners and 10 headed goals, all more than any other club this season.

Arsenal could win their opening two league fixtures of a calendar year for the first time since starting 2014 with three straight victories.

Bukayo Saka has scored just once and provided no assists in his last seven Arsenal appearances in all competitions.

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