Tottenham Hotspur vs Chelsea kick-off time, TV and live stream information


Tottenham Hotspur’s reward for a bye into the fourth round of the Carabao Cup is another London derby, this time against Chelsea.

Spurs were awarded their spot in round four of the competition after their tie against Leyton Orient was called-off when a number of players and staff tested positive for coronavirus.

Now, manager Jose Mourinho goes up against his former club, managed by his former midfield maestro, Frank Lampard.

Chelsea’ cruised into the fourth round last week, with a Kai Havertz hat-trick the headline story from a 6-0 win over Championship side Barnsley.

However, both sides were left disappointed after the weekend’s Premier League fixtures. Chelsea had to claw back a three-goal deficit to draw 3-3 at West Brom, while a controversial late penalty denied Spurs all three points at home to Newcastle.

What time is Tottenham Hotspur vs Chelsea?

Frank Lampard and Jose Mourinho embrace
Jose Mourinho will come up against Frank Lampard in the dug out on Tuesday

Kick-off at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium is at 7.30pm.

It’s the only one of the eight Carabao Cup fourth round matches being played on Tuesday.

Wednesday sees four games take place, including Brighton vs Manchester United and Burnley vs Manchester City, while Liverpool vs Arsenal is one of three ties being played on Thursday.

Tottenham Hotspur vs Chelsea TV channel and live stream

Timo Werner runs with the ball while playing for Chelsea
Timo Werner is still searching for his first Chelsea goal

Tuesday’s clash in north London is the first of five Carabao Cup fourth round games to be shown live on Sky Sports.

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Sky Sports’ Main Event and Football channels will both show the game, and coverage begins at 7pm.

Other ties being shown included Newport County vs Newcastle on Wednesday and Liverpool vs Arsenal on Thursday.

Fans will need subscriptions to watch the game, but can stream via Sky Go or Now TV apps once they’ve paid.





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