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Chelsea vs. Tottenham Hotspur: EFL Cup Semi-Final match thread and how to watch

The first leg of the Carabao Cup starts at Stamford Bridge

Tottenham Hotspur v Chelsea Premier League Photo by Tom Jenkins/Getty Images

The semi-finals of the Carabao Cup get underway today at Stamford Bridge as Tottenham Hotspur continue their quest for their first silverware in over a decade. While we’re back to two legs in the EFL Cup, it is always possible to lose sight of the final with a poor performance in the first leg and Spurs want to avoid that at all costs. Chelsea will be without a few big hitters, including Timo Werner, but Romelu Lukaku is expected to re-join the Blues after a somewhat bizarre series of events that led to a public apology yesterday. Of course it’s just in time to face Spurs.

Spurs, meanwhile, will be without a couple of defenders as Cuti Romero is close to getting back while it’s believed that Eric Dier will be out of the lineup as well. After that, it’s a toss up as to who Antonio Conte will put out today in the first of three cup matches in a row.


How to Watch

Chelsea vs. Tottenham Hotspur

EFL Cup Semi-Final, First Leg

Stamford Bridge, London, England

When: 2:45 PM ET, 7:45 PM UK

TV: Sky Sports (UK)

Streaming: ESPN+ (USA), DAZN (CAN)

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