Carabao Cup 2019/20 – Semi Final Draw – Live TV Coverage on Sky Sports

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The semi final draw for Carabao Cup 2019/20 takes place tonight – live on Sky Sports.

Sky Sports pundit and former player Chris Kamara and former Chelsea and Leicester City player Dennis Wise will conduct the draw following the quarter final clash between Oxford United and Manchester City.

“I love Christmas, but we can’t forget the Carabao Cup at this time of year,” said Chris Kamara.

“The competition is hugely exciting and I’m sure the Quarter-Final fixtures and beyond will bring us the gift of goals and maybe even a few surprises.

Aston Villa are the only side currently in the draw after beating Liverpool 5-0 on Tuesday night and will be joined by the winners of Everton v Leicester City; Oxford United v Manchester City; and Manchester United v Colchester United, which all play tonight.

Fixtures for the first leg of the Carabao Cup Semi-Finals are scheduled to take place week commencing 6 January, with the second leg to take place week commencing 27 January.

UPDATE: The Draw

Manchester United v Manchester City

Leicester City v Aston Villa

Posted on Wednesday 18 December 2019
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