ARSENAL continue in their Carabao Cup quest this week with a fourth-round tie against Leeds.
Gunners fans may hope to get a first glimpse of teenage wonderkid Charlie Patino in the clash as the side hope to book their place in the quarter-final draw.
The midfielder,18, was ‘close’ to a place in the matchday squad in the last round, and could feature this time out.
Arteta explained at the time: “He was very close, but we decided as well that some players needed minutes and it will happen naturally in time.”
When is Arsenal vs Leeds?
- Arsenal vs Leeds takes place on Tuesday, October 26.
- The match kicks off at 7.45pm.
- And the Emirates Stadium plays host for the fourth-round tie.
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What TV channel and live stream is Arsenal vs Leeds on?
- Arsenal vs Leeds will be broadcast live on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Football.
- The game kicks off at 7pm.
What is the team news?
The Gunners will still be without Granit Xhaka as the Swiss continues to rehabilitate from a knee injury – while Kieran Tierney is missing with a bruised left ankle.
Bernd Leno will be thrown back in between the sticks, having lost his place in the Premier League to Aaron Ramsdale.
Cedric Soares could replace Takehiro Tomiyasu at right-back, while Nuno Tavares can continue to deputise for Tierney.
Ben White and Gabriel are likely to be given the night off – with Rob Holding and Pablo Mari candidates to return to the side.
Albert Sambi Lokonga started against Aston Villa and could be given another chance to shine against Leeds as he grows into this Arsenal side.
What are the odds?
Odds for after 90 minutes
- Arsenal to win 4/7
- Draw 3/1
- Leeds to win 5/1
(Odds via Betfair)
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