Capital One Cup Semi Finals continue with Man City v West Ham, with live stream news and latest odds on the match from Manchester this evening.
Bet365 announced this morning that they are continuing to live steam the Capital One Cup football matches, including tonights tie from the Etihad as Man City face West Ham.
A much changed West Ham side will bid to overcome their humiliating FA Cup exit at the hands of Nottingham Forest when they take on star-studded Manchester City on Wednesday in the Capital One Cup semi-final first leg.
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Manager Sam Allardyce made nine changes for the third-round tie at the Championship promotion hopefuls, handing debuts to three players from the youth set up in his starting XI and two more coming on from the bench, and he was rewarded with a heavy 5-0 defeat.
The former Blackburn manager admitted that the league cup semi-final took precedence over the FA Cup, telling reporters after the game “You know what my priorities are: the priorities are the Premier League first and then Capital One Cup (semi-final against Manchester City). “
“Its leg one on Wednesday and we need to get back to the second leg with an opportunity to get to Wembley and then get some points at Cardiff”.
A host of players are set to return with the likes of Jussi Jaaskelainen, Mohamed Diame, Carlton Cole and Stewart Downing could all return however Kevin Nolan will miss out however following his red card against Fulham.
Mark Noble is a doubt with an injury sustained against the Cottagers while Andy Carroll, James Tomkins (groin), Winston Reid (ankle), Ricardo Vaz Te (shoulder) and James Collins (calf) are all sidelined.
City meanwhile will hope that their impressive home form can see them put one foot in the League Cup for the first time since 1976.
The Blues are unbeaten in their last 13 games in all competitions and will head into the game on the back of a 1-1 draw with Blackburn in the FA Cup.
With a wealth of talent at his disposal Manuel Pellegrini is once again set to shuffle his squad although the Chilean is also likely to have one eye on the tricky trip to Newcastle on Sunday.
Joe Hart could return after Costel Pantilimon’s costly effort at Ewood Park while Vincent Kompany and Yaya Toure could all start as City look to gain a first leg advantage.
Definitely out are Sergio Aguero (calf) and Dedryck Boyata (suspension) while Micah Richards, Stevan Jovetic and Martin Demichelis (all hamstring) are nearing full fitness but unlikely to play.
Jack Rodwell also missed the Blackburn game with a hamstring problem and could be unavailable again.