Cheltenham Town v West Ham United – Carabao Cup 2017 – Live on Sky Sports TV

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Cheltenham Town v West Ham United – Carabao Cup 2017 – Live on Sky Sports TV
Updated on Tuesday 22 August 2017 by @TVNewsroom

Sky Sports will broadcast the Carabao Cup 2017 second round tie between Sheffield United and Leicester City on Tuesday evening!

This is the first of two matches Sky will air from the second round with West Ham United traveling to league two’s Cheltenham Town on Wednesday night.

The Blades defeated Walsall 3-2 in Round One, and will now face the three-time League Cup winners at Bramall Lane for the pair’s first meeting since 2011.

The Robins won a seven-goal extra-time thriller to set up the tie, with braces from Danny Wright and Mohamed Eisa seeing them past Oxford United in the competition’s opening round.

Highlights of the second round will be shown on Channel 5 from 10.00pm on Wednesday night.

The third round draw will take place in the earlier hours of Thursday morning. Held in Beijing, China, the draw will be made from approximately 11:15am local time – 4:15am BST.

Tuesday 23rd August

Sheffield United v Leicester City
7.30pm – Sky Sports Football – ko 7.45pm

Wednesday 24th August

Cheltenham Town v West Ham United
7.30pm – Sky Sports Football – ko 7.45pm

Carabao Cup – Highlights
10.00pm – Channel 5

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