Crystal Palace Vs Arsenal Preview, Where To Watch And Single Game Survivor

Crystal Palace Vs Arsenal Preview, Where To Watch And Single Game Survivor

We are delighted to be partnering with National World Gaming and the community-based suite of responsible games that go with it. This is an Affiliate Post for one of the National World Gaming products, which is available to 18+ UK Residents only. Please be gamble aware.

Arsenal will be looking to build on their strong start to the season with another win – however, they face a potential banana skin fixture in the form of an away game at Crystal Palace.

If you’d like to watch the game between the Gunners and the Eagles, it will be broadcasted live in the UK on Sky Sports Football with a kickoff time of 8pm BST.

Arsenal defeated Nottingham Forest in their opening game of the season by a score of 2-1 – meanwhile, Palace were also victorious, as they beat Sheffield United away from home by a scoreline of 1-0.

How to play Single Game Survivor

If you would like to try your hand at Single Game Survivor, here is what you’ll need to know.

The game revolves around questions that will be asked before a match – for example, you may be asked to predict which team will score first or who will be the first to win three corners.

Even if you get one of your predictions wrong, you still have the opportunity to win a share of the cash prize – you will get two lives during the game, so there’s always room for error.

There are eight questions to answer in total but, remember, get two of them wrong and it’s game over for you. Will you survive? You can sign up for the National World Gaming Single Game Survivor here. Entries for Crystal Palace v Arsenal close at 8:00pm BST tonight.

Competition rules and terms & conditions apply.

18+ UK Residents only | Please Play Responsibly |

Jimmy Johnson

Jimmy Johnson

I have worked for NationalWorld since August 2021 - before then, I was a freelance journalist, writing for numerous publications. From 2023, I have been a part of the ever-growing NationalWorld Sports Network.