Arsenal And Everton an important meeting Premier League Fixtures for two clubs at opposite ends of the table in Emirates Stadium.

The home team could be five points away from Manchester City with the win, while a positive result for Everton away would be a significant boost as Sean Dyche bids to keep his side up.

The match was originally to be played in September, but Queen II. Postponed after Elizabeth’s death.

A busy league, cup and European calendar has meant finding a suitable date for the rescheduled fixture, but it will finally happen this week as early exits from the FA Cup open up a crowded schedule for both clubs.

The match will not be broadcast live on TV for viewers in the UK. Here is why:

When is Arsenal v Everton?

Arsenal v Everton will kick off at 7:45 pm on Wednesday, 1 March at the Emirates Stadium in London.

Why was Arsenal v Everton game postponed?

Queen Following Elizabeth’s death, the Premier League has announced that action will be suspended, postponing all games that were supposed to be played on September 10, 11 and 12. Among them was Everton’s visit to Arsenal – Arsenal then had little advantage over league-high Manchester City as they are now.

Why isn’t it on TV?

The match was not scheduled to be broadcast on TV before it was postponed and therefore cannot be shown at this time, although it has been rescheduled to a time when viewers can usually watch the match.

It is due to the blackout rule of the Premier League: As the match will be played at 3 PM on Saturday, the match coincided with the time when local broadcasting was not allowed on the television. Despite the delay, the fixture cannot and will not be reallocated to a broadcaster.

How can I follow the match?

While the fixture will not be shown live on TV in the UK, you can follow it. The Independent’s Live blog coverage for match action.