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Arsenal confirm Tangerines on Halloween as witching hour approaches for Blackpool’s Carabao Cup fourth round Emirates date

PUBLISHED: 17:15 01 October 2018 | UPDATED: 17:16 01 October 2018

A general view of the Carabao Cup ahead of the second round match at Kingsmeadow between AFC Wimbledon and West Ham United.

A general view of the Carabao Cup ahead of the second round match at Kingsmeadow between AFC Wimbledon and West Ham United.

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Arsenal have confirmed the date of their Carabao Cup fourth round tie with Blackpool at the Emirates.

Arsenal U21s will play at Cheltenham Town in the Checkatrade Trophy on Tuesday, October 30. CREDIT CheckatradeArsenal U21s will play at Cheltenham Town in the Checkatrade Trophy on Tuesday, October 30. CREDIT Checkatrade

Unai Emery’s side secured a clash with Blackpool after beating Championship side Brentford 3-1 at the Emirates in the third round.

A brace from striker Danny Welbeck put the Gunners 2-0 ahead before Alan Judge pulled a goal back in the second half for Dean Smith’s Bees.

A late Alexandre Lacazette strike sealed the match in front of an attendance announced by Arsenal as 49,586.

The victory means Arsenal will now host Terry McPhillips’ Tangerines on Wednesday, October 31 – which also happens to be Halloween.

Arsenal's Emile Smith Rowe during the Carabao Cup, PAArsenal's Emile Smith Rowe during the Carabao Cup, PA

McPhilips, the former Halifax striker and Blackburn Rovers assistant boss, has steadied the ship after Gary Bowyer left the club in August.

The Divison One side are currently in ninth place in the third tier and are unbeaten in their last five league games, with two wins and three draws.

The fixture will also mean there is no clash with Freddie Ljungberg’s U21 side who play Chletenham Town in the Checkatrade Trophy at the Jonny-Rocks Stadium – formely known as Whaddon Road – on Tuesday, October 30.

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