Arsenal will try for a second straight massive upset of Bayern Munich in a UEFA Champions League match that fans can watch live online Wednesday, to see if the Gunners can keep their 2015-2106 European dream alive by going even with the powerhouse German champions at the top of Group F — or if Arsenal will end with a a humiliating demotion to the Europa league, which is a likely outcome if the Barclays Premier league side falls to Bayern in the Week Four Champions League showdown.
On October 20, Arsenal stunned visiting Bayern Munich 2-0 at the Emirates in North London, sending the German Bundesliga leaders to their first defeat of the season in any competition. But as mighty an effort as that victory took, Arsenal will need even more than that when they travel to Bavaria to take on Bayern on their own home turf.
For analysis and highlights of the shocking Arsenal victory over Bayern Munich two weeks ago, check out the video from BT Sports, viewable above on this page.
Not only does Arsenal face the daunting prospect of defeating Bayern Munich on the road, but they also must complete the task in the midst of a devastating injury crisis that will see the Gunners missing such key players as Aaron Ramsey, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain Theo Walcott who join Hector Bellerin, Danny Wellbeck, Thomas Rosicky, Mikel Arteta, and David Ospina in the Arsenal M*A*S*H unit.
But Arsenal have nonetheless surged into a tie on points at the top of the Premier League table thanks to the heroics of such other talents as German international Msut Ozil, who appears likely to figure in a key role if Arsenal plan to continue their revival in Munich — after two shocking defeats to open their UEFA Champions League campaign.
To find out how to watch the UEFA Champions League Bayern Munich vs. Arsenal match live online, see the streaming links at the bottom of this article. Kickoff is scheduled for 8:45 p.m. on Wednesday, November 4, at 75,000-seat Allianz Arena in Munich, Bavaria, Germany. That’s 2:45 p.m. United States Eastern Time. 11:45 a.m. Pacific.
Arsenal center back and former German international Per Mertesacker said this week that he expects Bayern Munich to be “angry” when Arsenal faces them for the second time after the historic upset in London.
But 31-year-old Bayern Munich Captain Phillip Lahm responded by saying that his team’s confidence was not shaken by the loss a fortnight earlier.
“We are not angry after the first leg defeat. We are playing at home, it is a top game and we want to consolidate first place with a win,” Lahm said. “Arsenal are a top team with top individuals so we must show that we are the better team. It is important how we play. If we bring energy and concentration to the pitch, we will win the game.”
Will Arsenal continue their resurgence with a second massive upset over the German champions in the 2015-2016 UEFA Champions League campaign? Or will Bayern Munich drive a nail into the Gunners coffin, leaving the Premier League side facing a possible future in the Europa League? To find out, watch the Bayern Munich vs. Arsenal FC UEFA Champions League Week Four match live online from Munich, Germany, by going to Fox Sports Go at this link, or paying for a subscription to Fox Soccer2Go, available at this link. To watch the game on mobile devices, download the Fox Sports Go app.
A Spanish-language stream of the Bayern Munich vs. Arsenal match is available to watch live online via WatchESPN at this link.
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