Arsenal 1-0 West Ham Highlights EFL Cup Quarterfinal 2017/18

Arsenal are set to take on Brighton & Hove Albion in the Premier League game on Sunday, 01 October 2017 at Emirates London starting at around 12:00 uk time. This will be there last game before the international break and their next match is against Watford at Vicarage Road (14th October) which will kickstart a very busy period till Christmas. Even with the international break in October, Arsenal play as many as 5 games and we will have live links of all matches right here

Match Highlights:


[ Arsenal are set to take on West Ham United in the English League Cup quarterfinal on Tuesday night, 18th December 2017 at Emirates Stadium. The game will kickoff at around 19:45 uk time]

[ Arsenal’s next game will be a huge one against Liverpool on Friday night, 22 December 2017 in the premier league at Emirates. This game holds significant importance in the top 4 race as both of these teams are likely to fight for the fourth place come the end of the season. The game will be broadcasted live on SkySports starting at around 19:45 uk time.]

Upcoming Matches Arsenal continue their 2017-18 season with a very busy december where they play as many as 9 matches specially around the festive period. Arsenal play against West Ham (19 December), Liverpool (22 December), Crystal Palace (28 December) and West Brom (31 December).

Below is the list of upcoming matches for Arsenal and the entire premier league fixture list for gunners. We will keep updating the fixture list as Arsenal head to the business end of the season.

Arsenal vs West Ham (EFL Cup Quarterfinal)
Date: Tuesday, 19 December 2017 – Time: 15:00 uk time
Venue: Emirates Stadium, London
TV Channels: SkySports (UK), Fox (US)

Arsenal vs Liverpool HighlightsArsenal vs Liverpool (Premier League)
Date: Friday, 22 December 2017 – Time: 19:45 uk time
Venue: Emirates Stadium, London
TV Channels: BT Sports (UK), NBCSN (US)

Arsenal vs Crystal Palace StreamingCrystal Palace vs Arsenal (Premier League)
Date: Thursday, 28 December 2017 – Time: 20:00 uk time
Venue: Selhurst Park, London
TV Channels: SkySports (UK)

Arsenal vs West Brom Highlights VideoWest Brom vs Arsenal (Premier League)
Date: Sunday, 31 December 2017 – Time: 17:30 uk time
Venue: The Hawthorn Stadium
TV Channels: BT Sports(UK), NBC (US)

Chelsea Arsenal Highlights Premier LeagueArsenal vs Chelsea (Premier League)
Date: Wednesday, 03 January 2018 – Time: 19:45 uk time
Venue: Emirates Stadium. London
TV Channels: Sky Sports (UK), NBC (US)

Nottingham Forest vs Arsenal (FA Cup third round)
Date: Sunday, 07 January 2018 – Time: 16:00 uk time
Venue: City Ground, Nottingham
TV Channels: BT Sports (UK), Fox (US)

AFC Bournemouth vs Arsenal (Europa League)
Date: Sunday, 14 January 2018 – Time: 13:30 uk time
Venue: Dean Court Stadium, Bournemouth
TV Channels: SkySports (UK)

Below is the entire schedule of Arsenal for the upcoming season including premier league, champions league and all the other cup competitions. We will be updating the dates/times closer to the matches dates.

Arsenal League Fixtures 2017-18 – Confirmed
15 July vs Sydney Wanderers (Friendly) ANZ Stadium, Syden
19 July VS Bayern Munich (Friendly) Shanghai, China
22 July vs Chelsea (Friendly) Singapore
29 July vs Benfica (Friendly) 15:00 Emirates Stadium
30 July vs Sevilla (Friendly) 15:00 Emirates Stadium
06 August vs Chelsea (Community Shield) 14:00 Wembley Stadium
12 August vs Leicester City 15:00 Emirates Stadium
19 August vs Stoke City TBA Britannia Stadiu
26 August vs Liverpool TBA Anfield
09 September vs AFC Bournemouth TBA Emirates
14 September Europa League (Matchday 1) TBA TBA
16 September vs Chelsea TBA Stamford Bridge
20 September League Cup (Round 3) TBA TBA
23 September vs West Brom TBA Emirates
28 September Europa League (Matchday 2) TBA TBA
30 September vs Brighton & Hove  TBA Emirates
14 October vs Watford TBA Vicarage Road
19 October Europa League (Matchday 3) TBA TBA
21 October Everton TBA Goddison Park
25 October League Cup (Round 4) TBA TBA
28 October vs Swansea City TBA Emirates
02 November Europa League (Matchday 4) TBA TBA
05 November vs Manchester City TBA Etihad Stadium
18 November vs Tottenham TBA Emirates
23 November Europa League (Matchday 5) TBA TBA
25 November vs Burnley FC TBA Turf Moor
28 November vs Huddersfield Town TBA Emirates
02 December vs Manchester United TBA Emirates
07 December Europa League (Matchday 6) TBA TBA
09 December vs Southampton TBA St Mary’s
12 December vs West Ham TBA London Stadium

table seperater
Short Preview: Many believe that this will be the last season for Arsene Wenger as Arsenal manager as he go into his last year of the current contract. They have a solid squad with the inclusion of Granit Xhaka and all they need to do is keep the main players injury free to have a good shot at the title race. Regardless how Arsenal finish this season, they might part company with Wenger who would love to go out as the premier league medal.

Arsenal’s Champions League campaign begins in mid September and this is one competition where Wenger has failed miserably over the past decade. I expect them to put up a good showing this year but premier league quality has improved overall and it will be more difficult to win the title or even to remain in title race with so many contenders.