Sky Sports announce Carabao Cup 2017 fourth round TV fixtures

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Carabao Cup 2017 - Sky Sports Football

Sky Sports will broadcast the Carabao Cup 2017 fourth round ties between Swansea City/Manchester United and Tottenham/West Ham.

The Swans, who won the competition themselves in 2013, defeated Championship side Reading 2-0 in Round Three to set up an all Premier League tie against Jose Mourinho’s side, who advanced into the last 16 with a 4-1 win over Nigel Clough’s Burton Albion.

The match will air on Tuesday 24th October on Sky Sports Football.

24 hours later the Sky cameras will be at Wembley Stadium, where four-time winners Tottenham Hotspur, who defeated Barnsley in Round Three, host West Ham United in a London derby at 8pm.

The two sides have met five times previously in the competition, and the trip to Wembley will be the Hammers first since their Championship Play-Off Final victory in 2012.

Slaven Bilic’s side reached the Round Four draw after defeating Bolton Wanderers 2-0 in Round Three earlier this week.

This match will also be shown on Sky Sports Football (25th October).

All fourth round ties will be played w/c 23rd October 2017. The fifth round draw will be made at the conclusion of the Tottenham v West Ham game.

Posted on Tuesday 26 September 2017
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