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Arsenal vs Southampton: live TV & online listings - Nov 30, 2016

November 29, 2016 By Ali M.
Here is a comprehensive compilation of TV schedules and listings for Arsenal quarter-final League Cup clash with Southampton.

Broadcast info

Who’s playing: Arsenal resume their League Cup campaign, but face a difficult roadblock between them and a spot in the semi-final, as their opponents are Southampton.

What time: Kick-off is scheduled at 11:45AM PT/2:45PM ET/7:45PM UTC/ 7:45PM GMT/8:25PM CET on Wedneday, November 30.

Which stadium: The Emirates Stadium, the 60,432-seat arena in north London, will be the venue for this fixture.

Which channel

In the USA at 2:45PM ET on fuboTV, beIN SPORTS CONNECT U.S.A.

In Canada at 2:45PM ET on beIN SPORTS CONNECT Canada

In the UK at 7:45PM GMT on BBC Radio 5 Live Extra

*View up-to-date global listings

Match facts

  • The English League Cup is the only domestic title that Arsene Wenger is yet to win during his Arsenal reign.
  • The Gunners worrying injury list has grown, and now eight players are expected to miss this clash with Southampton.
  • The last time these two sides met was in the league. The Gunners won 2-1, putting an end to a three-game winless run vs. the Saints.
  • The St. Mary’s Stadium side have won only twice away to the north London outfit.
  • Southampton have lost 25 time at Arsenal, drawing 13.
  • Their last win at the Emirates came in this very same competition, beating Wenger’s boys 2-1 in 2014/15.

Arsenal’s weekend wins left them with more headaches

On Sunday, Arsenal beat Bournemouth 3-1 to put an end to their three-game winless run in November. Alexis Sanchez (brace) and Theo Walcott both got on the score sheet, as the Gunners kept the gap between them and leaders Chelsea to three points. All is good?

Well, not so. Three players picked up injuries during the victory – Walcott, Giroud, and Debuchy – taking their sidelined players list to eight. The two Frenchman hurt their hamstrings, with the right-back telling Wenger it was “a severe one”.

Alexis Sanchez will likely get a breather, so who will be the Gunners lone striker up front? Odds are it will be Lucas Perez, as the Spanish attacker made a speedy recovery to be in contention for Wednesday’s game. Santi Cazorla and Hector Bellerin, however, are not near a return.

Southampton, who were without ofiane Boufal and Steven Davis in the win over Everton, will this League Cup affair. Unfortunately for the Saints, they will have to make do without Dusan Tadic.



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