West Ham vs Arsenal: Live, TV, team news Carabao Cup
Date: Wednesday, Nov. 1
Start Time: 15:30 ET
Location: London, England
Stadium: London Stadium
TV info: ESPN
West Ham United is going head to head with Arsenal starting on 1 Nov 2023 at 19:30 UTC . The match is a part of the EFL Cup.
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Arsenal can tonight inflict further misery on West Ham as the two London sides meet in the fourth round of the Carabao Cup.
David Moyes’ side have lost all three matches since the international break, and the frustration among the club’s supporters was clear during the weekend defeat to Everton so must now find a way to quickly bounce back.
It will not be easy against an Arsenal side who are unbeaten domestically this season, and who go into this match having swept Sheffield United aside on Saturday in comprehensive fashion.
The Gunners edged past Brentford to reach this stage of the competition, while West Ham had a similarly narrow win over Lincoln.
Arsenal take a break from Premier League action in midweek as they make the short trip across London to face West Ham in the Carabao Cup Fourth Round on November 1.
The Gunners edged past top-flight rivals Brentford in the previous round as David Moyes’ Hammers got past third tier Lincoln City to set up an all-Premier League clash at the London Stadium.
Both Moyes and Mikel Arteta will rotate their squad options for this game, but Arsenal will view this competition as potential trophy option, with Manchester City already eliminated.
The Sporting News looks at the key details ahead of this game, including how to watch it across the world, kickoff times and the latest lineup news.
This Carabao Cup clash takes place at the London Stadium in London, UK and kicks off on Wednesday, November 1 at 7:30 p.m. local time.
Declan Rice will go down as one of West Ham United’s greatest-ever players. He starred in the Hammers’ midfield and helped them win the Europa Conference League last season.
However, often when players return to the Hammers after leaving, they often get a lot of stick. Frank Lampard, Jermaine Defoe and Paul Ince all suffered tremendous abuse when returning to West Ham with their respective clubs.
A lot of West Ham fans will give Rice a good reception for what he has done for the club. However, there will be sections of the fanbase that will give him stick for joining a London rival in Arsenal.
David Moyes’ side also do not go into this game on the best of form, having lost their last three games in all competitions. They currently sit ninth in the Premier League and must take cup competitions seriously, as it could be their only chance of qualifying for European soccer again.
Arsenal on the other hand, have been playing exceptionally and are undefeated in the Premier League. They won their last game 5-0 with Eddie Nketiah scoring a hat-trick.
Mikel Arteta’s side have only lost once this season and that was in the Champions League to Lens. However, they followed that result with a 1-0 win over Manchester City. The Gunners are showing that they can be title challengers again but they should also respect the EFL Cup competition.
West Ham vs Arsenal team news
Lucas Paqueta and Edson Alvarez both face Premier League suspensions after picking up their fifth yellow cards of the season, but the pair are available in the Carabao Cup before serving their bans this weekend against Brentford.
There are not believed to be any fresh injury concerns for David Moyes to contend with. Lukasz Fabianski is likely to start after recovering from illness, while Danny Ings will hope for another chance to find some form up front.
Arsenal remain without Gabriel Jesus and Thomas Partey, with the pair set to miss a few weeks of action, while Martin Odegaard could again be rested after Mikel Arteta revealed he has been carrying a knock in recent weeks.
Aaron Ramsdale is set to get an opportunity in goal to push his case for more starts, with Reiss Nelson, Fabio Vieira and Leandro Trossard all potentially involved too.
West Ham vs Arsenal prediction
There has been little to get excited about for West Ham fans recently, with their side playing poor football and struggling to build on the early-season momentum they had.
There is still a sense that Arsenal are not quite firing on all cylinders, but they have the depth now to name a strong side even when making a number of changes and the Gunners can be expected to get the job done comfortably enough here.
West Ham vs Arsenal: TV Schedule
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