Carabao Cup Final: Live Travel, Weather Updates & More
Around 33,000 Blues will descend on Wembley Stadium this Sunday, whether it's by plane, train or automobile to watch this seasons Carabao Cup final between Manchester City and Arsenal.
92 teams, 86 matches and 7 months later, it all comes to an end on 25 February with the 2018 @Carabao_Cup Final. Catch @Arsenal vs @ManCity on Kwesé Sports 1 at 17:30 CAT. Join Kwesé by clicking here: https://t.co/UQ6aJ97IKa pic.twitter.com/7bu7OwoOSc— Kwesé ESPN (@kwesesports) February 22, 2018
Our VMC match preview will be up and running in due course, however and in the meantime...
City Expected To Play Like A Wounded Animal Vs Arsenal
Pep Guardiola has confirmed that Claudio Bravo will start in the Carabao Cup final against Arsenal.— City Watch (@City_Watch) February 18, 2018
'We are in the Carabao Cup final thanks to him, so he is going to play. I cannot forget what happened against Wolves.' pic.twitter.com/Y3SG0XUhMW
If you are in the capital on Sunday and you're driving within a 20 mile Wembley radius the following LIVE traffic updates may help you avoid queues, roadworks etc.
Wrap up warm as the matchday forecast suggest it's going to be FREEZING!
Live Streams & Global TV Coverage
Where will you be watching?
Come on CITY!