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The stand out tie of the Carabao Cup quarter finals sees Arsenal entertain rivals Spurs at the Emirates.

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Arsenal were victorious in their previous encounter earlier this month, claiming all three points in a six goal thriller, which also saw Jan Vertonghen sent off late on.

Despite that victory the Gunners remain five points behind their North London rivals in the league and 11 points adrift of leaders Liverpool. The League Cup provides Emery with a great chance of winning silverware in his first season as Arsenal manager, something Poch is yet to do.

Emery fielded a youthful side in the last round against League One Blackpool, but considering Wednesday’s importance and a place in the semi finals up for grabs it would be no surprise to see a much stronger Arsenal side.

Spurs comfortably beat West Ham in the previous round and to the surprise of many fielded a relatively strong side. Again, it’s likely Spurs and Poch will be taking this game seriously so expect a relatively strong starting eleven.

Son bagged twice at the London Stadium and he’s 8/1 to open the scoring.

Alexandre Lacazette could get the nod up front and he’s 5/1 to open the scoring and 29/20 to score anytime.

If this season’s Premier League clash is anything to go by then goals should be nailed on. Over 4.5 goals is 10/3.

With home advantage Arsenal are 6/4 favourites to win in 90 minutes, the draw is available at 5/2 and Spurs are 17/10.

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