Arsenal vs Brentford Live match Stream | EFL Cup .After a rocky start, Arsenal are off and running under new boss Unai Emery. He’s got them winning games across the Premier League and Europa League, but can they transfer that across to the EFL Cup? The Gunners are at home to Brentford on Wednesday as they return to this competition, seven months after losing the final to Manchester City. The new look Gunners are aiming to go one better this time around, and they’re heavy favourites to ease in to the last 16 with a victory on Wednesday night.
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Start date: Sep 26, 2018 19.45 UTC Time
While Arsenal started with tough clashes against Man City and Chelsea, Unai Emery has proved himself with a little more breathing room. The fixture list hasn’t been as difficult of late, but it’s hard to knock a five game winning run. The latest of those came on Sunday, as Arsenal claimed a 2-0 victory over Everton, thanks to goals from Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Alexandre Lacazette. That pair may not even feature here, as Emery could take a chance to rotate some of the bigger names.
Taking on Brentford is a chance to take things slightly easier, although the visitors have big ambitions. After years of stabilising themselves in the second tier, they’re now pushing for promotion to the Premier League. So far Brentford have started off with some good results, and they’ve got those in a fashion the Arsenal of old would be proud of. The Bees are among the best passing sides in the Championship. That strong form did take a hit at the weekend, as they went down 3-1 to Derby.
Away trips have proved to be the Achilles heel for Brentford this season. They’ve yet to win an away league game this term, while even their first round trip to Southend in this competition was a tough one. They shipped two goals in that visit to lower league opposition, so you have to wonder how they’re going to fare in a trip to the Emirates this week.
The Gunners did name a strong side for the Europa League, and it seems like Unai Emery isn’t looking down on any silverware in his first season at the club. The Carabao Cup is something the Gunners will target, and their five game winning run should help them in to the next round. We see Brentford as the more likely side to change, with promotion their main aim. Home advantage should spur on Arsenal, so we’re backing them to rack up three goals in this cup tie. Over 2.5 goals for the home side is our tip, alongside a 3-0 victory.