West Brom Vs Arsenal LIVE Streaming: How To Watch Carabao Cup Round 2 Match Live In India

West Bromwich Albion faces Arsenal in the upcoming EFL Carabao Cup. Arsenal will be looking to get back on track, after losing twice back, first making it 2-0 in their opening game of the season against new Premier League players Brentford, before losing 2-0 at home to European Champions Chelsea. Meanwhile, West Bromwich Albion started their EFL Championship season 2-2 and have since won three games in a row. Here are the details of the West Brom vs Arsenal LIVE broadcast and the latest team news.

West Brom vs Arsenal Live Broadcast: How to Watch West Brom vs Arsenal Live in India

  • Date and time: Thursday, August 26, 12:30 AM (IST)
  • Venue: Hawthorns Football Stadium, West Bromwich, West Midlands, England
  • Live broadcast in India: The live broadcast of West Brom vs Arsenal LIVE will be broadcast on the ‘VOOT’ app, while viewers can watch it live on TV on MTV India.

West Bromwich Albion vs Arsenal Head-To-Head

Arsenal entered the match as the top case for Head-To-Head. In 133 matches, Arsenal has recorded 75 wins and West Bromwich Albion has scored 38 wins in 31 games remaining in the draw.

West Brom vs Arsenal team news

The COVID-19 outbreak hit Mikel Arteta’s squad and injury list. The Gunners are without Thomas Partey, Eddie Nketiah, and Gabriel Magalhaes due to injury, while Gabriel Martinelli and Kieran Tierney had to be picked up during the Chelsea game after the knockout. The duo may not be in danger today. Ben White, too, is missing due to illness. Arsenal, however, will welcome Alexandre Lacazette and Runar Alex Runarsson, who were out due to a good COVID-19 test. William has also returned to training; however, the player may not be identified by reports suggesting that the transfer to Brazil is being processed. The club will also welcome Martin Odegaard, who has been granted permission to participate after finalizing terms regarding his transfer from Real Madrid.

Meanwhile, the Baggies will be without the services of Robert Snodgrass, who has been out of action for some time, and Matthew Clarke is in doubt after being released this morning in a win over Blackburn.

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