Capital One Cup : Man City v Leicester Live Streaming as firm announces League Cup available to watch online

The Capital One Cup Quarter Finals, with Man City v Leicester, Chelsea v Sunderland live streaming to watch with Bet365, who have annouuced a new online television service for customers.

The popular Stoke based unit have recently reported that they have exclusive rights to show Leicester v Man City, Tottenham v West Ham and a variety of other football fixtures live online through their website this week.

With some attractive midweek ties to look forward to its certain to be a popular few days.


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Manchester City will be without in-form striker Sergio Aguero for the Capital One cup quarter-final clash with Leicester on Tuesday.

The Argentine striker, with 19 goals this season in all competitions, is expected to miss at least a month with a calf injury suffered in Saturday’s 6-3 win over Arsenal.

Edin Dzeko and Stevan Jovetic are battling to replace the 25 year old with former Fiorentina star Jovetic the favourite after recovering from his own calf problem.

The 24 year old has struggled with injuries since his summer arrival making just 4 appearances but he could get a chance to impress ahead of a busy period for Manuel Pellegrini’s side.

Pellegrini will also be without defenders Matija Nastasic (calf) and Micah Richards (hamstring) while Joe Hart could get a recall with Costel Pantilimon rested.

City will head into the game on a back of a stunning run of form that has included wins over Bayern Munich and league leaders Arsenal.

Leicester boss Nigel Pearson, meanwhile, has no new injury or suspension concerns coming into the game.

Pearson has seen his side slip from top spot in the Championship in recent weeks following a run of three games without a win.

A run of three successive defeats was stopped following a 1-1 draw with promotion rivals Burnley on Saturday.

The club will head into the game without a number of players, the most high profile being New Zealand International Chris Wood.

The striker has scored four goals in the competition this term, but has been ruled out until the New Year with a hamstring problem and misses out along with Republic of Ireland defender Sean St Ledger (groin) and Tom Hopper (shin).

Captain Wes Morgan and fellow defender Ritchie De Laet could play after recovering from injury to feature last weekend while Jamie Vardy is expected to be okay to play despite was forced off at Burnley.

The club have already beaten Fulham, Derby, Carlisle and Wycombe on their run to the last 8.

Trevor Keane is an Irish based sports writer and the author of Gaffers, 50 years of Irish Managers and Running through Walls, the Dave Langan Story.