06 Jan

Nottingham Forest v Arsenal Live Stream

Nottingham Forest v Arsenal live streaming: England FA Cup Match Review and Latest News

bet365 are showing Nottingham Forest v Arsenal live streaming for English FA Cup on January 7, 2017, through their live streaming service (available for mobile devices such as iPhone, iPad, Android)

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This weekend, a classic FA Cup tie takes place as two-times former European Cup winners Nottingham Forest take on present FA Cup winners Arsenal. The Gunners will likely come at this with a rotating line-up, but we expect a game with plenty of quality spread across the two sides.

Nottingham Forest is, of course, without a manager. Mark Warburton left on the 1st January and since then the club has stepped up its search for a new coach. In mid-table obscurity within the Championship, they arrive at this knowing that it’s actually a bit of a break from the depression of the league campaign.

It’ll be down to Armand Traore – ex-Arsenal himself – and Barrie McKay to provide the kind of pace and precision that Forest will need if they are going to do much here. A tough game for the home side, though, especially in a managerial search.

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Arsenal will likely turn up with a makeshift skeleton squad. This is probably a good chance for the likes of Alex Iwobi, Callum Chambers, Jack Wilshere and Per Mertesacker to stretch their legs. The likes of Rob Holding, Ainsley Maitland-Niles, Theo Walcott and Mohamed El Neny are likely to come into the side, as well.

This should create a rather interesting dynamic on the side. Many of the names in the Arsenal rotation list are more experienced than one might expect of sub players, so it will be interesting to see how far they go in terms of rotation generally.

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We expect an Arsenal win by some distance. Forest is a mess, and without a manager, at the time of writing they arrive at this one with the typical ‘no pressure’ approach that usually sees a lower league team spanked against one of the ‘big boys’.