Today’s League Cup semi-final between Chelsea and Liverpool promises to be a tense encounter with a chance that it could even go to extra time and penalty kicks given how close the margins are between both sides.
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How to watch Chelsea vs Liverpool in the USA:
When: Tuesday, January 27, 2015
Pre-game show: Begins at 2:30pm ET/11:30am PT
Start time: Game kicks off at 2:45pm ET/11:45am PT
TV coverage: beIN SPORTS (English language), beIN SPORTS Español (Spanish language)
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After Raheem Sterling earned Liverpool a hard-fought draw in their first leg Capital One Cup semi-final, attention now turns to the return tie at Stamford Bridge on Tuesday.
And given the opponent waiting in the final at Wembley will either be League One’s Sheffield United or the wildly inconsistent Tottenham Hotspur, it isn’t too much of a stretch to suggest the winner of this match will already feel they have one hand on the trophy.
And if that wasn’t enough motivation, recent results have only stoked the flames going into this one.
Chelsea suffered a shock 4-2 home defeat to third-tier Bradford City in the FA Cup fourth round on Saturday – one of the biggest ‘cupsets’ in history – which was dubbed by Jose Mourinho as a ‘disgrace’.
The result is that the League Cup – previously Mourinho’s fourth priority – is now hugely important, not just in ending the Portuguese’s wait for silverware since his return to west London, but also to stop the wheels falling off a 2014/15 campaign which started so promisingly.