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Arsenal Diary: What’s in store this week

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We've got lots going on across our men's, women's and academy teams this week, amounting to five games in total! Here's everything to be aware of:

TUESDAY

Pre-Brentford press conference (3.30pm)

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Mikel Arteta will address the media from 3.30pm onwards for his pre-Brentford press conference. Live coverage will be available on Arsenal.com and the official app, with a full round-up of everything that happened published right after.

WEDNESDAY

Brentford v Arsenal | 7.45pm

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Our Carabao Cup campaign begins at the Gtech Community Stadium, where we face Brentford at 7.45pm in the third round on Wednesday night. Should we be involved in the draw for the fourth round, it will take place following Newcastle United v Manchester City, which kicks off at 8pm on Wednesday. It will be shown live on Sky Sports Football.

There will be the usual pre-match build-up right here on Arsenal.com and the official app with Breakdown Live an hour before kick-off, with all the usual post-match content published on both, including interviews and highlights as well as the full 90 minutes for you to enjoy if you missed the action.

FRIDAY

Pre-Bournemouth press conference (9.30am)

Mikel Arteta will address the media from 9.30am onwards for his pre-Bournemouth press conference. Live coverage will be available on Arsenal.com and the official app, with a full round-up of everything that happened published right after.

Pre-Liverpool Women press conference (2pm)

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Jonas Eidevall will address the media at 2pm for his pre-Liverpool press conference ahead of our first Barclays Women’s Super League game of the season. Coverage will be available on Arsenal.com and the official app, with a full round-up of everything that happened published right after.

Everton U21s v Arsenal U21s | 7pm

We will be looking to continue our good form following wins against Reading (3-0) and Manchester United (4-2) when we travel to Haig Avenue on Friday night.

We’re now third in Premier League 2, level on points at the top with Tottenham Hotspur, Fulham and Reading, while Everton are 21st but got their first win against Norwich City last week. 

We will be streaming this game live on Arsenal.com.

SATURDAY

Chelsea U18s v Arsenal U18s | 11am

Our Under-18s make the short trip to Cobham Training Centre this weekend looking to build on last Saturday’s 4-0 win against Southampton.

We’re currently sixth in the U18 Premier League, one point behind Chelsea who are second following their 6-3 win at Norwich City last weekend.

AFC Bournemouth v Arsenal | 3pm

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We’re back to Premier League action with a trip to the south coast to face AFC Bournemouth at Vitality Stadium on Saturday. We’ll be looking to get back to winning ways following our north London derby draw, while the Cherries are still searching for their first win of the season after defeat at Brighton.

There will be the usual pre-match build-up right here on Arsenal.com and the official app with Breakdown Live an hour before kick-off, with all the usual post-match content published on both, including interviews and highlights as well as the full 90 minutes for you to enjoy if you missed the action on the coast.

SUNDAY

Arsenal Women v Liverpool Women | 2pm

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It’s set to be an exciting day at Emirates Stadium as our Barclays Women’s Super League season begins against Liverpool on Sunday afternoon.

We will be fighting to close the gap on Manchester United and Chelsea following last season’s third-placed finish, while Liverpool will be hoping to build on their mid-table position last term.

Tickets are available on general sale for Sunday’s game here!

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