The 2018/19 Carabao Cup semi-finals get underway this evening as Tottenham Hotspur host Chelsea at Wembley Stadium.
This is the ninth League Cup match between these sides, and the first since the 2015 final – of the previous eight meetings, Spurs have won two, Chelsea have won four with two draws.
Spurs and Chelsea are set to meet in a League Cup semi-final for the third time, having also done so in 1971-72 and 2001-02 – the only fixture to be played more often at this stage is Arsenal against Spurs (four occasions).
Match coverage begins at 7.30pm on Sky Sports Football and Sky Sports Main Event with live streaming on Now TV and Sky Go.
Sky will also show Burton’s visit to Manchester City from 7.30pm on Wednesday evening. The second legs will take place in two weeks time.
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