Posted on April 13, 2015 by ADMIN

Watch Wilshere and Diaby play tonight – for free!

Arsenal’s two longest serving crocks for the injury room are set to feature again tonight for the Gunners Under 21 side, and you can watch it live for free on

In an interesting preview to Arsenal’s FA Cup semi-fnal at Wembley on Saturday, we will be taking on the Reading U21 side at the Emirates, and Jack Wilshere has been named as captain for the night. The rules only allow three over 21 players in the team, and joining Wilshere will be Abou Diaby, who managed 70 minutes in last weeks reserve match, and Serge Gnabry, who has also been out injured most of this season.

Also featured will be our new promising defensive midfielder Krystian Bielik, and the two exciting prospects Daniel Crowley and Alex Iwobi,who have getting rave reviews at the Academy.

The match kicks off at 7 pm UK time, and you can watch it by clicking on this link and signing up as a ember if you haven’t already done so…..

Alternatively you could go down to the Emirates and get in for just £4 for adults.

Here is the Official Arsenal team:

Krystian BIELIK
Jack WILSHERE (captain)



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13 thoughts on “Watch Wilshere and Diaby play tonight – for free!

  1. sevenitti

    Does anyone know if Zelalem is doing well for the youth team? Some time ago he was hauled up as the next Wilshere/Ramsey, but he’s been pretty anonymous ever since. Same with Crowley.

    And Bielik, is he giving any promising performances?

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    1. AlanFrank

      Zelalem is a bit like a ozil type but has been playing deeper in Midfield I think there doing that to help toughen him up. Physically he’s doesn’t really look ready but that will come in time but looks good.

      Bielik looks like he’s playing as a centre back tonight like he did in the last couple of matches. Could be interesting I don’t know if that’s what Wenger has in mind with him?

      Crowley looks quality scores a lot of goals a bit like a young Jack Wilshire with end product. Wouldn’t be surprised if he get some first team action soon (although could be tough plenty of competition) even though he’s small looks reasonably strong.

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      1. AlanFrank

        PLEGUEZUELO is an interesting one to watch had a really good season last year after we signed him from barca. There was talk of him being involved in first team before the start of the season but has been injured only just comeing back but very good. Centre back can also play right back not that tall tho.

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        1. Goonsquad8

          He’s only 16 not many kids at that age are physically ready

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            1. Goonsquad8

              I meant 17* but I didn’t know he was 18 now but your right it’ll come with time

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      2. sevenitti

        Aye, just saw the match. Pretty disappointing show, to be honest. Crowley was looking better than Wilshere, which was interesting. Not that it tells you much, wilshere was far away from being first team-quality. Gnabry however, was a positive surprise.

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  2. Goonsquad8

    I’m gonna watch my boy ABBOUUUU and i really wanna see how bielek is progressing

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  3. SoOpa AeoN

    paul merson may just be an idiot for thinking its a very nice idea to swap walcott for sterling *Hisses*

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