Logging on to the website Carabao.live was a lot easier than logging in to Now TV which was a nightmare.
Here is the team
Holding Luiz Kolasinac,
Maitland-Niles, Elneny, Willock, Saka
Subs Runarsson, Bellerin, Saliba, Ceballos, Xhaka, Willian, Lacazette
No team information on the actual TV site however, which is rather pathetic. I had to go looking.
Half time: actually it is a good presentation on the internet. Infinitely better than the dreadful Now TV. No hassle getting in, immediately available, decent enough commentary in the game and good camera coverage.
Only thing I could find to criticise is that at half time they show fouls and yellow cards and percentage of tackles won but not the number of tackles – which is a key stat given that this is Leicester who had those spooky stats on tackles last season. Shame – they clearly have the stats because they are giving us the percentage of tackles won, so why not present them on the screen?
Goalless at half time.
Second half and it is 1-0 to the Arsenal with an own goal from Leicester after a prolonged period of Arsenal attacking.
Willian on for Nelson on 70 minutes.
Eddie scores again at the end and Arsenal 2-0. A really good performance I thought against the media’s absolute favourites. And a good TV presentation on line – presuming they do the same again for the fourth round against Liverpool I’d certainly suggest it is worth watching.
So we keep on and on winning. Five straight wins in all competitions…
|29 Aug 2020||Arsenal v Liverpool||W||1-1 (5-4)||FA Community Shield|
|08 Sep 2020||Ipswich Town v Arsenal||W||1-2||Football League Trophy|
|12 Sep 2020||Fulham v Arsenal||W||0-3||Premier League|
|19 Sep 2020||Arsenal v West Ham United||W||2-1||Premier League|
|23 Sep 2020||Leicester City v Arsenal||W||0-2||League Cup|
A fair enough product for a tenner.
- The home and away scandal: ignorance, or cover up?
- The reason why Liverpool and Man C are ahead of Arsenal.
- How which referee a club gets has a major impact on the result of each game
- The statistical evidence that shows PGMO are biased against Arsenal
- How European football has taken up the fight against clubs breaking FFP