In the Final of the this years Carling Cup final we wil have Arsenal taking on Birmingham City in what will ba a huge match for Arsenal Youngsters who will be looking to get their hands on the trophy after like 7 long years and it will give huge boost to their moral as they will be hoping to get a god run under their belt before the move to play Barcelona and keep chasing Manchester United in the league matces. THis match will be played at the Wembaly stadium in 27 February 2011 and it wil be interesting to see how they go about this match. Arsenal are playing really well of late and they will be hoping to get a good win under their belt in this one.
Arsenal vs Birmingham City Carling Cup 2011 Final Match
Carling Cup 2011 Final – Arsenal vs Birmingham City:
Date: 27 February 2011 – Time: 4:00 PM GMT
Venue: Emirates, London
This is a season difing moment for both the sides for different reason, Birmingham are battling their way in the bottom half of the table and a win in the Carling Cp would give them a huge boost and they will get some sort of momentun in the league but they are coming up against a very good unit of arsenal who are trophy hungry at the moment as they havnt won and sliverware for quite some time and they will be eager to change that once they take the field against Arsenal.
Theo Walcott & Cesc Febregas Doubtfull:
There are reports coming in that Theo Walcott and Cesc Febregas will be missing in the Final match of the Carling Cup which might prove vital in the outcome of the match, but that is understandable as Arsene Wenger will not rsik any of those players becaue arsenal has yet to play some very big matches in the league and ofcource a little business of going out there and playing against barcelona at Camp nou and Wenger will not want to risk playing them.
Manchester City taking on Fulham for the Premier league Match
Man City taking on Fulham in the Premier League match 2011 on Sunday, 27 February 2011 around 3:00 PM GMT
Match Status and Goals Video
[ Birmingham City 1-2 Arsenal ]
28′ [0 – 1] N. Zigic
39′ [1 – 1] R.v. Persie
89′ [1 – 2] O. Martins