Tuesday sees a bumper Capital One Cup coupon as Arsenal travel to the City Ground to take on Nottingham Forest, Leicester face Chelsea and more.
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Arsenal will hope to avoid a surprise and make the fourth round of the Capital One cup when they take on Championship side Nottingham Forest later this evening.
Amazingly the pair have not met since 1999, a sign of the fall from grace former European champions Forest have endured.
On the occasion of their last meeting, Arsenal won 1-0. In all the Gunners five of their last 7 games. Forest’s only win since 1995 came 20 years ago when they won 2-1 at the City Ground.
Their inconsistent start to the season means that they could struggle against an Arsenal side that even with their fringe players on the field will be a threat.
Lucas Perez, David Ospina, Kieran Gibbs and Rob Holding will all feature for the Gunners while Alex Iwobi is also set to be involved along with some younger stars. For the latest Arsenal team news you can visit the official Arsenal website.
The tie is already sold out and Forest will hope they can build on their win over Millwall in the last round as we could be set for an absolute cracker.
Lars Veldwijk was the hero in the 2-1 win over the Lions while one man keen to make an impression will be Henri Lansbury.
The Reds midfielder is a former Arsenal prospect and he will be keen to show his former employers of his talent.
Another former Gunner in the Forest squad is Nicklas Bendtner. The Danish International recently joined Forest and made his debut last week as a sub in the 2-2 draw with Rotherham.
The forward is not yet up to fitness but is edging closer and could get a start against his former club.
The game will have a Gallic feel to it with Forest, like Arsenal, under the guidance of a French man.
That manager is Philippe Montanier, a former Rennes and Real Sociedad coach.
The 51 year old is only in his first few months in charge unlike his opposite number, Arsene Wenger, currently approaching his 20th year anniversary at the club.
In an all Premier League tie, Chelsea travel to the Walkers Stadium to take on Ranieri’s Leicester side. The wheels have come off somewhat at Stamford Bridge, and there’s no doubt that Antonio Conte will be looking for a reaction from his players after their defeat by Liverpool last Friday night.
The Premier League Champions are slowly looking like the side of last season after a thumping 3-0 home win over Burnley,although Ron-Robert Zieler will continue between the sticks with Kasper Schmeichel ruled out again with concussion.
Chelsea will also be missing a few, with John Terry the most notable absentee from the starting line up.
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