Arsenal vs Sunderland: How to watch EFL Cup match ARS vs SUN Live streaming in your country, India: Mikel Arteta and his Gunners will be hoping to continue their brilliant form when they take on League one side Sunderland in EFL Cup’s quarter finals.
— Carabao Cup (@Carabao_Cup) November 3, 2021
Currently sitting fourth in the league with 32 points, Arsenal is enjoying some sort of renaissance after disappointing performances against Man United and Everton, the Gunners are benefitting from not playing in Europe this season. Arsenal secured their spot at this stage of the competition by virtue of their 2-0 victory over Leeds United in the fourth round in October. Callum Chambers and Eddie Nketiah scored in either half to help the Gunners progress to the last eight. The Gunners come into this midweek game on the back of a comfortable 4-1 victory over their round-of-16 opponents Leeds United.
🏆 Your MOTM against Leeds…
— Arsenal (@Arsenal) December 19, 2021
Traditionally one of English football’s most historic clubs, Sunderland is currently experiencing the lows of modern football, they are languishing in the third division of English football the “League one.” The Black Cats booked their place in the quarter finals courtesy of a 3-1 win (on penalties) over Championship side QPR.
We’ll see over 5,000 of you this time tomorrow.
Bring the noise 🔊✊ pic.twitter.com/QRml6mHlIR
— Sunderland AFC (@SunderlandAFC) December 20, 2021
When will Arsenal vs Sunderland be played? – Date
Arsenal vs Sunderland will be played on 22th December
What time will Arsenal vs Sunderland be played? Time
ARS vs SUN match will begin at 1:15 AM IST
Where will Arsenal vs Sunderland be played? – Venue
ARS vs SUN will be played at Arsenal’s home stadium- Emirates
Who will be the Match Official for the game? Referee
Simon Hooper will be the referee for the game.
Where will the EFL Cup matches be broadcasted in India?
For Indian fans, the EFL/Carabao Cup will be broadcasted on Viacom18’s flagship youth brand channel MTV and OTT platform, Voot Select. The three-year partnership with India’s youngest and leading media conglomerate, which was announced a few months earlier.
MTV relaunched EFL/Carabao Cup on Indian television with a quirky campaign that promised Zero Masala, Pure Football. The innovative campaign, which includes quirky films and engagement with Football fan groups across India, is making an enormous impact on social media. The campaign has delivered a whopping 38M Reach & 50M Impressions while drawing in passionate responses on social media too.
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