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Schedule of Capital One Cup midweek games on TV

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With six gameweeks completed in the Premier League, many of the teams from England’s top flight league will be in action this midweek in the Capital One Cup. And there’s one match in particular that stands out — the north London derby between Tottenham and Arsenal.

If you live in the United States, you can watch Sunderland vs. Manchester City and Spurs-Arsenal live on beIN SPORTS. But if your TV provider doesn’t offer beIN SPORTS, or you’ll be at work, you can subscribe to fuboTV for a free 24-hour trial where you can watch the games for free on your computer, tablet, smartphone or Roku (US only).

While the other 6 games scheduled for broadcast this week won’t be on beIN SPORTS or fuboTV, they will be on beIN SPORTS Connect, which is available to soccer fans through a select list of TV providers.

SEE MORE: beIN SPORTS Connect streaming service relaunches with new soccer channels.

Here’s the schedule of matches:

Tuesday, September 22

Sunderland vs. Manchester City (League Cup), 2:45pm, beIN SPORTS and fuboTV
Leicester vs. West Ham (League Cup), 2:45pm, beIN SPORTS Connect
Aston Villa vs. Birmingham City (League Cup), 2:45pm, beIN SPORTS Connect
Reading vs. Everton (League Cup), 2:45pm, beIN SPORTS Connect

Wednesday, September 23

Spurs vs. Arsenal (League Cup), 2:45pm, beIN SPORTS and fuboTV
Liverpool vs. Carlisle (League Cup), 2:45pm, beIN SPORTS Connect
Walsall vs. Chelsea (League Cup), 2:45pm, beIN SPORTS Connect
Manchester United vs. Ipswich (League Cup), 2:45pm, beIN SPORTS Connect

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6 Comments

6 Comments

  1. ARUK79

    September 23, 2015 at 3:19 pm

    Has anyone managed to access any of the League Cup games vie Beinsport Connect. As usual i can’t. I tried it earlier, signed in and got it working, then when i went to watch the Man United game it doesn’t work. It keeps asking me to sign up, which i have already done. When i enter my info, it says that the account already exists and thats it. What a waste of time!!!!!!!!

  2. daniel

    September 22, 2015 at 2:02 pm

    Also if you review bein sports website.those matches are going to be replayed on the channel.especially manchester united,as i have read they get big ratings for them.because you either love them or hate them,and that equals big ratings.

    • Christopher Harris

      September 22, 2015 at 2:18 pm

      Correct. Some of the games will be shown on replay later, but we only publish the live coverage.

      • daniel

        September 22, 2015 at 2:23 pm

        Oh.no prob dude.it said sept 23 10 pm for united.and as much as we all love to watch football live.here in the states its not like they will announce the score on the radio so if you dont try to look up the score and wait for a replay or download it to watch.its like it didnt happen yet.

  3. CTBlues

    September 21, 2015 at 8:55 pm

    How is the Chelsea game on BeIn Connect when the game isn’t even being televised in England?

    • Christopher Harris

      September 21, 2015 at 9:47 pm

      The game is being shown in other parts of the world, too, including India, so they must be using a world-feed of the game.

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