Arsenal vs Sunderland: the Premier League match is set for February 22 at 15:00 GMT (3 p.m. local time).
The game will be played at Emirates Stadium.
It will air via livestream on NBC’s Live Extra.
It will also be broadcast on USA Network at 10 a.m. ET.
The game will be available online via livestream on NBC’s Live Extra.
The Arsenal will be without defender Kieran Gibbs, who has an injured hamstring, though midfielder Mikel Arteta is available after serving a one week suspension.Aaron Ramsey and Kim Kallstrom are also injured and unavailable.
Steven Fletcher for Sunderland is expected to be available for the match after missing three games, reported the Daily Mail. Defender Carlos Cuellar returns to play for the first time since November after recovering from a hip injury.
Wes Brown, defender, returns after a two game ban but goalkeeper Keiren Westwood remains sidelined with a shoulder injury.
Three of the last five league meetings at the stadium between these teams have ended in a goalless draw, reported BBC. Sunderland has won just one of their last 20 league games against Arsenal; the last time they won an away game against Arsenal was November 1983, reported BBC.
Arsenal just lost to Bayern Munich while Sunderland just beat Southampton.