Mikel Arteta’s Arsenal travel to Leicester later tonight in the League Cup third round, with both sides aiming to make it three wins from three in the new campaign as we bring you the latest Leicester v Arsenal live stream news.
The Gunners ran out 3-0 winners at Fulham in the first game of the new Premier League season, before edging past West Ham 2-1 in their second game.
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Is Leicester v Arsenal on TV?
No. The match can be watched however through the official Carabao Cup website at Carabaocup.live.
Is Leicester v Arsenal Live Streaming on Sky?
No, The game is not being shown live on Sky Sports in the UK.
Leicester v Arsenal : What time does the match kickoff?
The match kicks off at 19:45PM on Wednesday 23rd September 2020.
The Foxes, meanwhile, also have six points from their first two games. Brendan Rodgers’ side also clinched a 3-0 victory against a newly-promoted side in West Brom, and followed that up with a 4-2 victory against Burnley.
Both bosses may wish to make several changes for the encounter, but progression to the fourth round will most certainly be the only thing on their minds.
A Leicester victory can be backed at 9/5, with their opponents available at 14/9.
Penalties will separate the sides if they cannot be separated in normal time, with that outcome currently available at 5/2.
It was the Foxes who came away from the two league meetings last season in happier spirits. Jamie Vardy and James Maddison scored in the 2-0 victory at King Power Stadium, with Vardy and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang finding the net in their 1-1 draw at the Emirates.
A repeat of Leicester’s 2-0 win can be backed at 14/1, with another 1-1 draw currently 11/2.
The big names may well be in action for both sides as they look to progress, with Aubameyang available at 19/5 to score the first goal of the game.
Vardy has been given odds of 22/5 to net the game’s opening goal.
Others looking to make their mark in the competition include Alexandre Lacazette and Eddie Nketiah. The duo are available at 11/2 and 13/2 respectively to score first on Wednesday.
The hosts are 5/2 to keep a clean sheet, with the travelling side available at 9/4.
The Gunners are 12/1 to win from behind, with their opponents currently 14/1 to do the same.
A League Cup fourth round meeting with the winners of Lincoln City’s encounter with Liverpool awaits the victors of Wednesday’s match.