Carabao Cup: Watch Leicester City vs Arsenal Live Streaming

Leicester City vs Arsenal in the Carabao Cup tonight, follow the live coverage guide to watch Leicester City vs Arsenal live stream free on TV Channel in your location.

When is Leicester City vs Arsenal Kick-Off Time?

The EFL Cup (Carabao Cup) between Leicester City and Arsenal kicks off by 19:45pm (7:45pm) on Wednesday, September 23, at the King Power stadium.

Where to Watch Leicester City vs Arsenal Live

Carabao Cup games will be televised live on carabaocup.live website and as well you can follow the live coverage of Foxes and Gunners on BT Sport and Sky Sports.

Leicester City vs Arsenal Live Streaming

Leicester City vs Arsenal live streaming on beIN Sports, Fox Sports, ESPN, and NBC.

Team News

Emile Smith Rowe
Sustained an injury to his right shoulder in training. Now out of the protective sling and aiming to return to full training within the next 10 days.

Sokratis
Right calf. Aiming to be back in full training this week.

Kieran Tierney
Tight left groin on Saturday. Settling well and aiming to resume full training later this week.

Cedric Soares
Right calf. Not available for selection for Leicester City (a) on Wednesday, left out as a precaution with tight calf.

No other issues from Saturday’s match against West Ham United.

Calum Chambers
Left knee. Ruptured anterior cruciate ligament of his left knee during Chelsea (h) on December 29.

Latest update on Calum:
• Continues to run outside with teammates and taking part in light ball work.
• Aiming to be back in full training in October.

Pablo Mari
Left ankle. A sustained significant sprain to ankle ligaments during Manchester City (a) on June 17.

Latest update on Pablo:
• Continuing outside running and strengthening program, together with light ball work.
• Aiming to return to full training by the end of September.

Gabriel Martinelli
Left knee. Sustained injury during training on June 21.

Latest update on Gabi:
• Successful arthroscopic procedure undertaken to repair a lesion in the cartilage of the left knee.
• Continuing daily strengthening and recovery programme at London Colney.
• Aiming to return to full training by the end of the calendar year.

Shkodran Mustafi
Right hamstring sustained during FA Cup semi-final on July 18.

Latest update on Musti:
• Successful small procedure completed soon after injury.
• Continuing outside running and strengthening program, together with light ball work.
• Aiming to return to full training in October.

As part of Premier League protocol, all members of our first-team squad and support staff continue to be regularly tested for COVID-19.