Any fears over Arsenal's clash with Liverpool not going ahead tomorrow night appear to have been played down with the Gunners' fitness crisis starting to subside.
The Reds head to the Emirates Stadium two weeks later than originally planned for their EFL Cup fixture there, with this match tomorrow night now the second leg rather than the intended first leg when the draw was first made.
The Reds and Arsenal played out a 0-0 draw last week at Anfield and Liverpool will be looking to get on the scoresheet this time in order to progress.
🚨 NEW: Arsenal are optimistic that tomorrow’s Carabao Cup clash with Liverpool will go ahead as planned, with the fitness crisis that led to the postponement of Sunday’s match against Tottenham now easing. #awlive [evening standard]
Anfield Watch Verdict
It's been a testing couple of weeks for both clubs with both seeing matches cancelled and hopefully tomorrow's game can go ahead without issue.
The tie is finely poised after a scoreless draw last Thursday and the finest of margins could decide things.
Hopefully, the Reds will emerge as victors.