Saturday, December 8th, 2012
Arsenal head to Bradford on Tuesday, December 11, 2012 for a quarter-final Capital One Cup tie at Valley Parade – kick off at the Coral Windows Stadium is 19.45 UK time.
So how can you watch Bradford v Arsenal on our live video streaming service?
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For Bradford, sixth in League Two, this a massive match and one of the biggest since they graced the Premier League.
It took on even greater significance late last week when Bradford were expelled from the FA Cup after fielding an ineligible player.
The decision has been appealed but you would imagine they will be even more eager to get through to the semi-finals of England’s second biggest cup competition.
Bradford are in decent form and are the only team outside the top flight to be competing on four fronts. Phil Parkinson’s side have also lost just once in their past 16 matches in all competitions.
Their run to this stage of the competition has seen impressive away wins at the likes of Watford and in the last round Wigan.
Following Arsenal’s 2-0 win over West Brom, Arsene Wenger assured reporters at the post-match press conference that he would take the Capital One Cup quarter-final seriously.
Bacary Sagna looks set to be rested and “maybe one or two more. But we will go with a strong squad, we are in the quarter-final and we have an opportunity to go through. We want to take it.”
After their epic 7-5 win over Reading in the last round, some Gunners will feel their name is on the Capital One Cup trophy and what an opportunity this is for Arsenal to finally win a trophy since the FA Cup final of 2005…