With Third Round fixtures of 2020-21 Carabao Cup finalised and confirmed, here are full details on who faces who and when across 16 ties over three nights.
Leyton Orient will kick off the round on Tuesday 22 September 2020 as they welcome Tottenham Hotspur to The Breyer Group Stadium live in front of Sky Sports cameras in a 6:00pm (BST) kick-off.
Sky will then broadcast Luton’s clash against Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s Manchester United at Kenilworth Road immediately afterwards from 8:15pm (BST), as the Red Devils look to match last season’s run to the semi-finals.
Newport County and West Bromwich Albion meanwhile will host Watford and Brentford of Championship respectively in 7:00pm (BST) starts, with Hull City of League One visiting West Ham United at London Stadium in a 7:30pm (BST) kick-off.
Everton will play Fleetwood Town at Highbury in Wednesday 23 September’s televised match from 7:45pm (BST) with Chelsea’s home tie against Barnsley kicking off at the same time, alongside Fulham’s meeting with Sheffield Wednesday whilst Arsenal and Newcastle are away at Leicester and Morecambe respectively in same kick-off times.
Burnley and Brighton of Premier League both face tough away tests at Championship opposition as the Clarets visit Millwall whilst the Seagulls head to Preston North End in 7:00pm (BST) matches, alongside the all EFL clash between Stoke City and Gillingham at BET365 Stadium.
Lincoln City’s tie against Premier League champions, Liverpool will take place at Sincil Bank on Thursday 24 September live on Sky Sports from 7:45pm (BST), whilst defending Carabao Cup title holders – Manchester City host relegated Bournemouth at the Etihad Stadium also in a 7:45pm kick-off.
Bristol City will face Aston Villa that evening in an early start of 7:00pm (BST) with all Third Round ties held behind closed doors just like the opening two rounds were.
Coverage of non televised ties involving EFL clubs will be available on iFollow or club equivalent service for Newport and Stoke’s clashes against Watford and Gillingham respectively, whilst matches involving EFL teams facing Premier League clubs not chosen by Sky Sports will be available to watch at carabaocup.live alongside Leicester’s all Premier League clash against Arsenal.
Full details of 2020-21 Carabao Cup Third Round fixtures with timings included.
Tuesday 22 September 2020
Leyton Orient vs Tottenham Hotspur (6:00pm, Live on Sky Sports)
Luton vs Manchester United (8:15pm, Live on Sky Sports)
Newport County vs Watford (7:00pm)
West Bromwich Albion vs Brentford (7:00pm)
West Ham United vs Hull City (7:30pm)
Wednesday 23 September 2020 (7:45pm BST unless stated otherwise)
Chelsea vs Barnsley
Fleetwood Town vs Everton (Live on Sky Sports)
Fulham vs Sheffield Wednesday
Leicester City vs Arsenal
Millwall vs Burnley (7:00pm)
Morecambe vs Newcastle United
Preston North End vs Brighton & Hove Albion (7:00pm)
Stoke City vs Gillingham (7:00pm)
Thursday 24 September 2020 (7:45pm BST unless stated otherwise)
Bristol City vs Aston Villa (7:00pm)
Lincoln City vs Liverpool (Live on Sky Sports)
Manchester City vs Bournemouth