The first legs of the 2015/16 Capital One Cup semi-finals will be televised live and exclusively on beIN SPORTS in the United States.
The games, which will feature Stoke City vs. Liverpool on Tuesday, January 5 and Everton vs. Manchester City on Wednesday, January 6, kick-off at 3pm ET.
The Capital One Cup (also known as the League Cup) offers clubs in England and Wales the first opportunity of the season to lift silverware. The current League Cup champions, Chelsea, have already been knocked out, so the competition offers Liverpool, Manchester City, Everton and Stoke the possibility of lifting a new piece of silverware. Plus, depending on how the results go, there could be a Merseyside derby.
Even if you don’t get beIN SPORTS on your cable or satellite service, or you’re a cord cutter, you can watch the Capital One Cup semi-finals for free without having to worry about malware or pop-up ads destroying your computer. All you have to do is to sign up for a free 24-hour trial to fuboTV, and if you enjoy the coverage, a monthly subscription is just $9.99.
The second legs will be played over January 26-27, 2015.
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