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Saturday, February 26, 2011

Arsenal vs Birmingham City Carling Cup Final 2011: Live on Ten Action TV Channel

You can get the live score and text commentary of the Carling Cup Final 2011 at the following link:

Arsenal vs Birmingham City Live Updates

Arsenal and Birmingham City are going to face each other tomorrow (27 February 2011) at London’s Wembley Stadium in the final of Carling Cup 2011.

League Cup which is also known as Carling Cup is one of England’s two cup competitions and in terms of prestige it comes second to FA Cup. However, ahead of Sunday’s Carling Cup final, fans on both sides are overly excited, and thus, increasing the magnitude of this encounter. Why? Well, both teams are bidding for their first major title in many years.

Arsenal is considered as one of the top four clubs in England, but has not won any trophy over the last 6 years. In fact, FA Cup 2005 title was the last one that the North London club added to their trophy cabinet. In these years, Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger used League Cup and FA Cup as the land to cultivate young talents. Well, the Frenchman changed his mind this season as he started to play his regular players in the cup competitions with his young guns beginning to come of age.

Similarly, Birmingham is also raring to end their trophy-draught era of 48 years. It seems almost a generation of Birmingham fans did not get the taste of any major title. Naturally, the Blues fans are no less excited with the match than the Gunners fans.

Live on TEN ACTION
Football fans from South Asia can watch this match live on Ten Action television channel. Ten Action is a new channel of Ten Sports or Taj Entertainment Network. The channel covers various football leagues and tournaments including UEFA Champions League, UEFA Europa League, Spanish La Liga, Italian Serie A, Carling Cup, Dutch League, Scottish League and Coca Cola Championship.

So, fans who are waiting to enjoy the Carling Cup Final 2011 can expect a high quality coverage from Ten Action television channel which has a group of international football analysts and commentators.

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