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Arsenal vs Wimbledon live stream! Carabao Cup

The consecutive victories raised the mood in Arsenal and Arsenal face Wimbledon in the Asian Football Championship. Carabao Cup Trying to continue their rise ahead of the North London derby against Tottenham.

Back-to-back wins over Norwich and Burnley have eased some of the scrutiny Mikel Arteta, who hopes to boost confidence further ahead of Sunday’s clash with Tottenham in Emirates Stadium.

Arsenal fans had been hoping to get a glimpse of 17-year-old Charlie Patino as the clamor grew for Arteta to hand him for the first time after his stunning solo goal for the Under-23 team against Manchester United but the youngster was not included in the squad.

AFC Wimbledon has started the season well and is outside the playoffs in League One under coach Mark Robinson.

Arteta could attack other young players but he wants Arsenal to play Tottenham in a positive way.

With the match kicking off at 7:45 PM GMT, catch up on all the action with Malek Ouzia live at the Emirates Stadium.

Live updates


90 minutes: He would have removed the roof. Bukayo Saka picks up the ball from the right flank just inside the Wimbledon half, whips his leg, then cuts inwards to his left and runs inches from the far corner. Terrific effort.


Goal! Arsenal 3-0 Wimbledon 3-0 | Eddie Nketia 81′

No wonder Saka is involved again as he feeds Cedric over the interference but from his show it’s all about Nkita’s ending. Gorgeous, ankle-to-the-far corner flick.


Goal! Arsenal 2-0 Wimbledon | Emile Smith Rowe 78′

Lacazette is doing really well to keep the ball alive after some good association with Saka and Smith Rowe, the latter being the one who will net his second goal at Arsenal.


76 minutes: That’s some noise. Gabriel Martinelli’s night is over and Bukayo Saka reaches what I think is more encouragement than goal.


74 minutes: The game has really opened up since Barty’s departure – Nuno Tavares has had all sorts of freedom on the left to push forward, but his last ball has so far disappointed him.


71 minutes: Smith Rowe’s introduction saw Arsenal’s midfield look largely turned on its head – Miltand Niles and Koonga are now a deeper pair, with Smith Rowe at No. 10.


64 minutes: Mail? Memorizes? Perhaps a combination of the two as Martinelli found Nketiah’s cross into the back post and is inches from doubling the lead.


63 minutes: This is an excellent defense. Ayoub Asal is in a great position down the right and for once the Arsenal defense in the middle isn’t waiting to clear him, but Cedric covered brilliantly to take out a slippery clearance.


59 minutes: It’s no surprise that Thomas Partey is the man to give way. Another watch under his belt – see you on Sunday, son.

Smith Roe is at work.


58 minutes: Striiikkee. Thomas Partey moves her across the penalty area and urges him to shoot. He’s obligated and Tzanev has to help her get past the bar.


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