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Capital One Cup, Tuesday Quarter-Finals: Open Thread

capital one cup 600x450 Capital One Cup, Tuesday Quarter Finals: Open Thread

As we head into the hectic period of the 2013/14 season with matches coming thick and fast, the English football sides have their first opportunity to grab a piece of silverware with the Capital One Cup. But they first have to fend their way through the quarter-finals of the tournament.

Three of the four matches this week are available via beIN SPORT.

The schedule for this week’s matches are:

Tuesday, December 17:

Sunderland vs Chelsea (Capital One Cup), 2:30pm, beIN SPORT and DishWorld
Leicester vs Manchester City (Capital One Cup), 2:45pm, not on TV or Internet

Wednesday, December 18:

Stoke vs Manchester United (Capital One Cup), 2:30pm, beIN SPORT and DishWorld
Tottenham vs West Ham (Capital One Cup), 2:30pm, beIN SPORT Play

Programming note: For viewers in the United States, two of the four League Cup matches are being shown exclusively on beIN SPORT and DishWorld. Even if you don’t have a TV subscription to beIN SPORT, you can access those channels via online streaming service DishWorld for $10/month. Read our review of DishWorld. And sign up for DishWorld via their website.

In League Cup news, the Goal Line Technology from Hawkeye will be used today and tomorrow for the first time ever in a domestic cup competition in England.

Over at Tottenham Hotspur, Tim Sherwood will take charge of the Spurs side, giving him a chance to make a case for the full-time Tottenham manager position vacated by Andre Villas-Boas.

For the latest TV/Internet schedule of matches involving Premier League teams featured on US TV and Internet, bookmark our TV schedule.


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