Arsenal Diary: What’s in store this week

Steph Catley, Caitlin Foord and Frida Maanum walk out of the tunnel at Emirates Stadium

Premier League fixtures may be paused this weekend for the October international break, but our women's first team and under-21s are still in action across the next seven days.

Here is everything you can expect on over the coming week:


Reuell Walters in action for Arsenal

Exeter City v Arsenal U21s (7.15pm)

Mehmet Ali's side continue their EFL Trophy journey on Tuesday evening with a trip to St James Park to face Exeter City.

After drawing with Swindon Town and winning the ensuing penalty shootout in August, our young Gunners are currently sitting in second place in Group G with two points. 

We progressed to the round of 32 in last year's competition but a narrow 3-2 loss away to Stevenage proved to be the end of our cup run. 

You can follow our clash with Exeter City from home with a video match pass.


Jonas Eidevall smiles in his pre-match press conference

Pre-Aston Villa Women press conference (1.30pm)

Jonas Eidevall will speak to the media at Friday lunchtime ahead of our Women's Super League clash with Aston Villa. A full round-up of our head coach's words will be available on right after. 


Arsenal Women's pre-match huddle at Emirates Stadium

Arsenal Women v Aston Villa Women (2pm)

Our women's first team return to Emirates Stadium at the weekend, looking for a huge result against Aston Villa to kickstart our league campaign. 

After Cloe Lacasse's dramatic last-minute equaliser earned us a point away to Manchester United last Friday, Eidevall's side will be looking to build on that momentum. 

Carla Ward's side, meanwhile, have lost back-to-back games in the WSL and will be keen to return to last season's impressive form.

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