Results Total %
Arsenal 11 44.00
Bradford City 9 36.00
Draws 5 20.00
Goals Total Av.pg
Arsenal 33 1.32
Bradford City 27 1.08
The two sides have met on 25 occasions with Arsenal taking 11, while Bradford have taken nine, and five ending in a draw.
The Bantams are not a side to be taken lightly especially after they topped Wigan on penalties at the DW Stadium in October to secure progression.
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The hosts boast the best home defensive record in League Two, having conceded just six times in 11 matches at Valley Parade and have only lost once in their last 12 fixtures.
Arsenal currently have the second-best defensive record on the road in the Premier League this season, conceding just six in eight games.
Mikel Arteta has made an average of 87.1 passes per game this season, the third-most of any player in Europe’s top five leagues behind Manchester United’s Michael Carrick (88.1) and Barcelona’s Xavi (98.8).
The Gunners have not won the League Cup since 1993, however they made the final two seasons ago and lost in the dying minutes due to a defensive mishap.
Bradford City 0 Arsenal 2
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Note: Stats from opta/Uk Eurosport