Liverpool vs Arsenal kick-off, TV and live stream information


For the third time already this season, and the second time in less than a week, Liverpool and Arsenal lock horns.

Jurgen Klopp welcomed Mikel Arteta’s Gunners to Anfield in the Premier League on Monday night, and convincingly beat them 3-1.

Both sides could well field very different teams for Thursday night’s Carabao Cup tie, as they rotate their squads ahead of another round of Premier League matches this weekend.

The two also met at the same stage of last year’s competition, which ended in a pulsating 5-5 draw before Liverpool prevailed 5-4 in the penalty shootout.

What time is Liverpool vs Arsenal?

Sadio Mane taps home to score for Liverpool against Arsenal
Liverpool and Arsenal could field very different sides for their Carabao Cup tie

Thursday’s clash at Anfield between Liverpool and Arsenal is the last of the Carabao Cup fourth round fixtures to kick off, starting at 7.45pm.

The other two games being played on Thursday are a repeat of August’s Championship play-off final between West London rivals Brentford and Fulham, and Aston Villa vs Stoke City in a West Midlands derby.

Both of those games get underway at 7pm.

Liverpool vs Arsenal TV channel and live stream

Joe WIllock celebrates scoring Arsenal's 5th goal during last season's Carabao Cup match between Liverpool and Arsenal
Arsenal scored five times when they came to Anfield in last season’s Carabao Cup, but they also conceded five

Liverpool vs Arsenal is one of two Carabao Cup games being shown on TV on Thursday evening.

Fans can watch the tie – and build up from 7.30pm – on Sky Sports ’ Main Event and Football channels, straight after the West London derby between Brentford and Fulham.

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Those wanting to watch the match will have to pay, but will then be able to stream it through Sky Go or Now TV apps, depending on which platform they’re subscribed to.

Liverpool vs Arsenal odds

Dani Ceballos has his penalty saved by Liverpool's Caoimhin Kelleher in last year's Carabao Cup fourth round
Dani Ceballos missed the decisive penalty in last year’s shoot out

When can you get odds of greater than Evens for a Liverpool team unbeaten in 61 Premier League matches at Anfield? When they play in the Carabao Cup!

thepools.com have the Reds as 21/20 to repeat Monday’s comprehensive victory over the Gunners and even though both sides will play completely different line ups, that’s a great bet.

Liverpool’s alternative EFL line up includes players capable of scoring seven times in the last round, players like Takumi Minamino, Xherdan Shaqiri and Divock Origi – and odds of 9/4 on an Arsenal away win probably aren’t long enough.

The draw is 13/5 .

Odds collected from thepools.com and are subject to change.





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