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Arsenal vs Real Madrid: How to live stream International Champions Cup clash online

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Arsenal take on Real Madrid tonight as they ramp up their preparations for the new Premier League season.

Unai Emery’s side are in the United States for a pre-season tour and have already impressed, beating Fiorentina and Bayern Munich in the International Champions Cup.

Unai Emery’s Arsenal take on Real Madrid in the International Champions Cup
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They will now face a Real side who are in mess with the boss Zinedine Zidane and superstar Gareth Bale at loggerheads.

Arsenal, who face Newcastle in their top-flight opener on August 11, will want to finish their tour of the States on a huge high with another win.


Arsenal vs Real Madrid: Date and kick off time

The International Champions Cup clash is set for Wednesday, July 24.

Kick-off is at midnight in the UK, so the game will continue into the early hours.

It is being held at FedEx Field near Washington DC.


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An Arsenal XI side are also in action in London, taking on Barnet at The Hive at 7:45pm.

The senior side will return from the USA after facing Real and will take on Lyon in the Emirates Cup on Sunday.

Arsenal vs Real Madrid: TV channel and live stream

Coverage of this match will be shown on Premier 1 in the UK and is available through your TV for both Sky and Virgin customers.

The channel costs £9.99 a month for new customers and you can also stream using the Premier Player.

Wantaway Real Madrid star Gareth Bale could face Arsenal
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Arsenal vs Real Madrid: Team news

Matteo Guendouzi and Lucas Torreira are out the clash as they recover from international action.

Laurent Koscielny remains back in England amid his wage row, while Hector Bellerin has travelled but isn’t yet ready for first-team action.

Brahim Diaz is expected to be unavailable for Madrid after picking up a bicep injury.

Bale, who looks set to leave the club, could yet feature against the Gunners according to boss Zidane.



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