Arsenal vs Brentford EFL Carabao Cup 2018-19 live streaming and preview: The Gunners have finally hit their form after four successive wins, the latest win coming against Everton with a two-nil, with goals coming from the striker duo of Alexandre Lacazette and Aubameyang.

Arsenal will aim to continue their form when they take on Brentford at the Emirates Stadium on 27th September, 12:15 AM IST (late Wednesday night) at the Carabao Cup.

The North-London side had a tough start to the season after they lost their successive two games against Manchester City and Everton but new manager Unai Emery has tried to weave his tactics and that is working out well so far. Arsenal will be eager to get off to a bright start in the cup and opportunities will be given to players who have not been involved in the main squad.

Here’s how, when and where to watch the Arsenal vs Brentford, League Cup match in India:

When is the Arsenal vs Brentford, Carabao Cup match (time in IST)?

The Arsenal vs Brentford, League Cup match starts at 12:15 AM IST on September 27, Thursday (just after midnight on September 26, Wednesday).

Where is the Arsenal vs Brentford, Carabao Cup match being played?

The Arsenal vs Brentford, League Cup match is taking place at the Emirates Stadium.

Where to watch Arsenal vs Brentford live on TV in India?

The Arsenal vs Brentford, League Cup match will not be aired live on TV in India.

Where to watch Arsenal vs Brentford live streaming in India?
As per the official EFL website, Jio has the broadcasting rights for Carabao Cup. Jio TV app and will stream Arsenal vs Brentford  match online.

Team News:

Arsenal have some injury concerns ahead of the game against Brentford, new signing Sokratis was injured against Everton and he is unlikely to start this match.

Konstantinos Mavropanos, Ainsley Maitland-Niles and Laurent Koscielny are long-term absentees, so won’t be involved. full-backs Sead Kolasinac and Carl Jenkinson returning to training but they won’t feature against Brentford. Henrikh Mkhitaryan remains a worry.

All eyes will be on Goalkeeper Bernd Leno, who will look to impress in his second start for the Gunners.