How to watch Arsenal vs Sunderland Carabao Cup live and match prediction
Arsenal will be eager to build on their recent momentum when they host a Carabao Cup quarter-final against Sunderland.
Arsenal will be seeking to reach at least the semi-final stage of the Carabao Cup for the 16th time in the club's history, whilst Sunderland will be looking for a fifth appearance in the final 4.
Arsenal won their way into this quarter-final clash back in October when they defeated Leeds 2-0, with both goals coming in the second half. Sunderland on the other hand had to get through via penalties against QPR.
When is Arsenal vs Sunderland Carabao Cup?
Kick-off is at 6:45am AEDT on Wednesday 22 December at Emirates Stadium in London, the home of Arsenal.
How to watch Arsenal vs Sunderland
The Carabao Cup is broadcast on beIN SPORTS. You can access it via Foxtel, Foxtel Now, Kayo Sports, Fetch TV and beIN SPORTS CONNECT in Australia. We have a complete viewing guide to the Carabao Cup for you.
Stream Arsenal vs Sunderland on Kayo Sports
If you are yet to test it out, new subscribers can access Kayo's 14-day free trial. After that, a subscription to the basic package is $25 a month and comes with access to 2 screens. The premium package is $35 a month with an extra screen.
The Carabao Cup is among more than 50 sports available to Kayo customers. It also offers a range of special features you won't find anywhere else, such as SplitView, Interactive Stats, Kayo Minis and a Key Moments Timeline.
Stream Arsenal vs Sunderland on beIN SPORTS CONNECT
beIN SPORTS CONNECT is available for $19.99 a month or $179.99 a year. It has loads of football along with some tennis and rugby. If you're a new customer, you'll be able to watch via beIN SPORTS CONNECT's 14-day free trial.
It's compatible with the likes of Apple TV, Chromecast, AirPlay, PC, Mac, iOS and Android devices plus Sony smart TVs.
Who will win Arsenal vs Sunderland?
The fixture gods have been kind to Arsenal in the Carabao Cup. 7 of the remaining 8 teams are in the Premier League, with Arsenal facing the only side left that isn't, with Sunderland a League One side.
They also get this match on home soil, and that combined with some good recent Premier League form, suggests they should be winning this.
Seeking a return to the Championship this season under manager Lee Johnson, Sunderland currently sit third in League One after a draw away at Ipswich and are right in the mix to win the division with just 4 points separating them from league leaders Rotherham.
Sunderland aren't scheduled to play another match until after Christmas so they can throw the kitchen sink at this, but we think they'll need more than that.
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