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Despite the success of their pre-season tour of America, Armory back to England to face Seville in the Emirates Cup today.

Mikel Arteta’s men picked up three wins from three in the US, winning 4-0 against Premier League rivals Chelsea last time out in Orlando.

Prior to this, they beat other domestic rivals at Everton in Baltimore, as well as comfortably past MLS side Orlando City.

With several key squad members earning valuable minutes in the United States, Arteta will look to build on this momentum as they face Sevilla tomorrow and prepare for next Friday’s opening league clash at Selhurst Park against Crystal Palace.

For Sevilla, they go into this clash having beaten French side Angers 6-0 in midweek, a match which follows their tour of South Korea, where they drew 1-1 with Arsenal’s North London rivals Tottenham.

Here’s everything you need to know about Arsenal vs Sevilla.

Is Arsenal vs Sevilla On TV? What TV channel is Arsenal vs Sevilla on?

The game will be available for British viewers to watch for £5.99 on Arsenal.com and the official Arsenal app.

You can buy your match pass here.

What time will Arsenal vs Sevilla kick off?

This game is a welcome return for England and Europe-based Gunners fans, who have stayed up late to watch their team across the pool in recent weeks.

This Emirates Cup match kicks off at 12:30 BST.

Arsenal vs Sevilla Team News

Arsenal should have the majority of the 33-player squad that travels to the US available, although there have been some notable absentees who didn’t make it onto the pitch in America.

Full-backs Takehiro Tomiuyasu and Kieran Tierney continue to treat injuries and are both doubts for this match, although the latter returned to full training this week.

New signing Fabio Vieira is yet to make his Arsenal debut with a foot problem, and although he also returned to training this week, this game could be too soon for the Portugal Under-21 international.

Emile Smith Rowe is not expected to feature against Sevilla as he continues to recover from the injury he picked up on the Gunners’ trip to Germany earlier this month.

New signings Gabriel Jesus, Oleksandr Zinchenko, Matt Turner and Marquinhos could all make their home debuts in this clash.

Sevilla are likely to be without striker Rafa Mir in this game, who has a muscle problem, while centre-back Marcao is expected to be fine for the trip to the Emirates after improving his fitness.

The Spanish side recently lost star defender Jules Kunde to Barcelona, ​​but they will boast former Spurs man Erik Lamela in the front three.

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