If you’re looking for the League Cup TV schedule for fans in the United States, you’ve come to the right place.
As for the League Cup, now known officially as the Carabao Cup (and previously as the EFL Cup and Capital One Cup), ESPN3 has the rights to the cup competition. Select games from the League Cup are featured on ESPN3 and, if you don’t get ESPN3, you can watch it on Sling Orange.
For the 2017/18 season, ESPN3 and Sling Orange have been streaming games from every round of the competition. Matches are typically available live on Tuesdays and Wednesdays at 2:45pm ET when the competition is being played.
Note: Unlike the FA Cup, the EFL Cup matches that end in a draw after regulation time go into two 15 minute extra time periods followed by penalties if necessary. The semifinals are played over two legs.
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Here’s the League Cup TV schedule:
League Cup TV schedule
Last updated: September 22, 2017
Tuesday, October 24
Arsenal vs. Norwich (Fourth Round), 2:45pm, TV/streaming TBD
Bournemouth vs. Middlesbrough (Fourth Round), 2:45pm, TV/streaming TBD
Bristol City vs. Crystal Palace (Fourth Round), 2:45pm, TV/streaming TBD
Chelsea vs. Everton (Fourth Round), 2:45pm, TV/streaming TBD
Leicester vs. Leeds (Fourth Round), 2:45pm, TV/streaming TBD
Manchester City vs. Wolves (Fourth Round), 2:45pm, TV/streaming TBD
Swansea vs Manchester United (Fourth Round), 2:45pm, ESPN3 and Sling Orange (7-day free trial)
Wednesday, October 25
Spurs vs. West Ham United (Fourth Round), 2:45pm, ESPN3 and Sling Orange (7-day free trial)
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