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FREE-TV: Millwall vs Cheltenham Town Live Stream EFL Cup 2020 on Tuesday 15th September 2020
Millwall vs Cheltenham Town 15 September 2020.FREE-TV: Millwall vs Cheltenham Town Live Stream EFL Cup 2020
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Cheltenham Town will play Milwall away in the second round of the Carabao Cup.
The Lions are managed by Gary Rowett and they finished eighth in the Championship last season.
The tie at the New Den will take place on September 15/16.
The third round will take place on September 22/23, with the winners at home to Michael Duff's former club Burnley or Sheffield United.
Duff made nearly 400 appearances in 12 years with the Clarets, helping them win promotion to the Premier League three times.
He then coached the Under-18s and Under-23s, as well as supporting first team boss Sean Dyche, before returning to Cheltenham as manager in September 2018.
Cheltenham and second round opponents Millwall have never met in a professional knockout competition before.
Carabao Cup fixtures continue this week as the second round comes into view.
Championship, League 1 and League 2 sides were split by the regionalised Carabao Cup draw into Northern and Southern sections for the second batch of fixtures.
However, that’s all set to change following this week, with the third round draw having already been made without being regionalised.
A host of upsets took place in the first round as teams felt their way back into competitive action.
The pick of the bunch this week could be Salford City’s trip to face Everton during their first season in the EFL.
Numerous Carabao Cup fixtures will be shown live on Sky Sports throughout the season, hopefully culminating in a packed-out Wembley once again. We hope.
RadioTimes.com brings you all the fixtures, TV games and broadcast information, as well as details of the second round draw and when to expect it to take place.
How to watch Carabao Cup on TV
You can watch games live on Sky Sports. We’ve included all the details on which games will be shown live below in the full fixture list.
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Live stream Carabao Cup online
You can watch the match with a Sky Sports day pass for £9.99 or a month pass for £33.99, all without signing up to a contract.
NOW TV can be streamed through a computer or apps found on most smart TVs, phones and consoles. NOW TV is also available via BT Sport.
Existing Sky Sports customers can live stream the game via the Sky Go app on a variety of devices.
When is the Carabao Cup draw?
The fourth round draw is expected to be made live on Sky Sports on Tuesday 22nd or Wednesday 23rd September.
The draw is likely to commence after a showcase game to be played on one of those nights. We’ll update this page when details are confirmed.
Regionalised draws will be over by this point, meaning it’s a straight knockout race to the finish for all remaining teams.
Carabao Cup fixtures – Second Round
Tuesday 15th September
Millwall v Cheltenham Town (6pm)
Reading v Luton Town (6pm)
Gillingham v Coventry City (6pm)
Middlesbrough v Barnsley (6pm)
Derby v Preston (6:30pm)
Bradford City v Lincoln City (7pm)
Fleetwood Town v Port Vale (7pm)
Oxford United v Watford (7pm)
Newport County v Cambridge United (7pm)
Newcastle United v Blackburn Rovers (7:30pm)
West Ham United v Charlton Athletic (7:30pm)
Rochdale v Sheffield Wednesday (7:45pm)
AFC Bournemouth v Crystal Palace (7:45pm)
Burton Albion v Aston Villa (7:45pm) Sky Sports Football / Main Event / NOW TV
Morecambe v Oldham Athletic (7:45pm)
Leyton Orient v Plymouth Argyle (7:45pm)
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