Arsenal vs West Ham: Carabao Cup Preview, Team News, Probable Line-Ups, Betting Odds and TV Guide

Gunners last played a Carabao Cup Semi Final in 2010.

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Arsenal lock horns with West Ham at the Emirates for the Carabao Cup Quarter Final on Tuesday as the Gunners will be aiming to maintain their winning spree at their home ground and advance to the Semi finals.

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Injury and Team News:

Arsenal have no Santi Cazorla and Aaron Ramsey while Shkodran Mustafi may come back to the squad for this match. Theo Walcott may well be featuring for this one and elsewhere it may not be a much changed squad as it has been used to be in the cup games for this season at Arsenal.

For the Hammers, manager David Moyes may also bring some changes while Kouyate is ready to feature and Mark Noble is set to miss out as he suffered a hamstring injury. Chicharito played a brief role at the London Stadium in the Premier League match between these two teams last week and may well be starting on Tuesday at the Emirates.

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Arsenal will be eyeing a win to advance to the Semi Finals of the Carabao Cup, the only domestic tournament they haven’t won under Arsene Wenger. Gunners have come back to winning ways in the League last week as they narrowly saw past Newcastle. There are still plenty of areas to be concerned for Arsene Wenger as his teams have been rarely potent in front of goal in the last few weeks. West Ham will also be hoping to do what they did when they faced a North London team last side in this competition, as they knocked Spurs out. They also registered an impressive win at Stoke last week and there is every reason for David Moyes to be optimistic.

Probable Line-Up:

Last Meet:

Arsenal’s last meet against West Ham at the Emirates was last season in the league where the Gunners were victorious 3-0 with goals from Ozil, Walcott and Giroud.

Betting Odds: (via sunBETS)

Arsenal: 1/2

West Ham: 11/2

TV Guide:

The match won’t be telecast both in UK and India.