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Arsenal’s League Cup clash vs Wimbledon confirmed 0

Posted on September 08, 2021 by Harry Kettle

While Arsenal’s 6-0 win over West Bromwich Albion in the League Cup was nice to see, it doesn’t mean a whole lot if they don’t go on to have a properly decent run in the competition. If they’re going to do so, they’ll have to tackle an opponent that, on paper, they should be even more likely to defeat in the form of AFC Wimbledon.

The League One mid-table side will obviously see this as a golden opportunity to upset the established order but in truth, Arsenal shouldn’t be seeing this as anything other than a nailed on victory. The game has been confirmed to take place on Wednesday, 22nd September with a 7.45pm kick-off and if Mikel Arteta is still in charge by then, it’ll be the sort of game he’ll be expected to succeed in.

A look back at Arsenal’s last six results 0

Posted on January 04, 2021 by Harry Kettle

It’s been a tough few months for fans of Arsenal Football Club to round out 2020, but as we look ahead to the remainder of 2021, it does feel like there are some reasons to be positive. Mikel Arteta is starting to show signs of life as Gunners boss and with the January transfer window now upon us, it’s time to see whether or not Arsenal can really build a squad that wants to fight for this club.

Arsenal 1-1 Southampton

Arteta prepares for huge Manchester City clash 0

Posted on December 22, 2020 by Harry Kettle

Cup and European competitions have been Arsenal’s salvation so far this season and, in general, they’ve been the saviour of manager Mikel Arteta. Gunners fans will be desperate for that trend to continue on into 2021 and beyond, but before we get there, Arsenal must first try and edge their way past Manchester City in a huge Carabao Cup quarter-final tie tonight.

In what some still believe could be one of his final press conferences as manager, Mikel Arteta took the time to speak with the media prior to the game.

Arteta reacts to Arsenal’s Carabao Cup win over Liverpool 0

Posted on October 02, 2020 by Harry Kettle

Arsenal were able to overcome Premier League champions Liverpool last night in the Carabao Cup, beating the Reds on penalties to make their way into the quarter-finals of the competition. It was the third time in the last four meetings between the two sides that Arsenal have been able to get the best of Jurgen Klopp’s men and while it doesn’t entirely make up for the league loss on Monday night, it’s definitely a big moment for the club.

Mikel Arteta spoke with the media after the game as Arsenal look ahead to a tough quarter-final tie against three-time defending Carabao Cup champions Manchester City.

Latest team news heading into Carabao Cup vs Liverpool 0

Posted on October 01, 2020 by Harry Kettle

Arsenal may not have been able to find success against Liverpool in their Monday Night Football encounter at the start of the week, but many are hoping that they can bounce back and beat the Reds when they clash in their Carabao Cup Round of 16 game this evening.

Courtesy of, we’ve got some injury updates regarding a handful of Arsenal players prior to tonight’s trip to Anfield.

Calum Chambers
Left knee. Ruptured anterior cruciate ligament of his left knee during Chelsea (h) on December 29.

Liverpool vs Arsenal – Carabao Cup Preview 0

Posted on September 30, 2020 by Harry Kettle

The dust has barely settled on Arsenal’s 3-1 defeat at the hands of Liverpool in the Premier League, and yet the two sides are ready to do it all over again – this time in the Carabao Cup. Manchester City may have been the dominant force in this competition for the last seven years or so but whoever wins this game will definitely fancy their chances when it comes to dethroning them.

The Reds and the Gunners will lock horns in the Round of 16 tomorrow night with the winner progressing to the final eight.

Arteta reflects on Arsenal’s win over Leicester 0

Posted on September 24, 2020 by Harry Kettle

Arsenal were able to keep their positive start to the season going strong last night as they beat Leicester City 2-0 in the third round of the Carabao Cup. It may not have been the most important game or even the most thrilling, but it was a result that ensures the positive aura around the Emirates continues to hang around.

After the game we saw Gunners boss Mikel Arteta speak with the media as the club prepare themselves for their biggest game of the season so far – a clash with Liverpool on Monday Night Football.

Arsenal team news update ahead of Leicester clash 0

Posted on September 23, 2020 by Harry Kettle

Arsenal are set to return to Carabao Cup action tonight as they prepare to go head to head with Leicester City. Many aren’t particularly bothered about whether or not the Gunners go far in the competition, but what they are interested in is seeing the club’s squad getting back to full fitness.

Thanks to, we’ve got an updated list of players who are attempting to make a return from injury.

Emile Smith Rowe
Sustained an injury to his right shoulder in training. Now out of protective sling and aiming to return to full training within the next 10 days.

Leicester vs Arsenal – Preview 0

Posted on September 22, 2020 by Harry Kettle

While many fans rarely look twice at the Carabao Cup, it’s still a competition that holds some kind of prestige – if only because it’s been going on for so long now. Arsenal will be entering the field of play this week as they prepare to lock horns with Leicester City in the third round, knowing that a win could set them on their way to another Wembley appearance.

There’s some sense of normality behind people moaning about the Carabao Cup, and even if there are some out there who won’t watch, it’ll be an intriguing game between two of the Premier League’s finest.

The Carabao Cup question 0

Posted on September 17, 2020 by Harry Kettle

It’s been confirmed by the club that Arsenal will officially begin their Carabao Cup journey next Wednesday when they lock horns with fellow Premier League side Leicester City. While some fans are excited to see some fringe players start or play some kind of role, which seems like what is going to happen, others have questioned whether or not the Carabao Cup should even be happening this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

We’re definitely in the camp of believing the Carabao Cup shouldn’t really exist in its current form for the 2020/21 campaign, and we’re not entirely sure why they’ve gone ahead with it (well, we do – money).

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