Is Burnley vs Tottenham on TV? Channel, live stream, kick-off time and team news for TONIGHT'S Carabao Cup tie

TOTTENHAM face a tough task away at Burnley tonight in the EFL Carabao Cup last-16.

Spurs can reach the quarter-finals of the competition they reached the final in last season, where they lost to Man City.

  • Start time: 7.45pm BST
  • TV/Live stream: Not televised
  • Burnley XI: To follow
  • Tottenham XI: To follow

Follow ALL the action with our live blog below…

Spurs meanwhile have lost two on spin and Nuno Santo will be keen for a cup run to get his first season back on track.

When is Burnley vs Tottenham?

  • This Carabao Cup fourth round clash will be held on Wednesday, October 27.
  • Kick-off is at 7.45pm BST.
  • The last time the sides met, Tottenham ran out emphatic 4-0 winners in February.

Which TV channel and live stream can I watch it on?

Sadly this game isn't being broadcast live in the UK.

Preston vs Liverpool has been selected as the Sky Sports game on Wednesday.

But you can follow all the action with our live blog right here from 6.15pm.

  • Sam Dymond


    It's 12 years since Turf Moor witnessed one of its most dramatic nights, the second leg of the League Cup semi-final against Spurs that ultimately ended in heartbreak.

    Luke Modric turns away from Joey Gudjonsson in the League Cup semi-final in 2012.
  • Sam Dymond


    Burnley on a wet Wednesday night? It's almost as tough as Stoke on a Tuesday, but it's still Spurs that are favourites to proceed to the quarter-finals this evening.

    • Burnley win 5/2
    • Draw 23/10
    • Tottenham win 21/20

    Odds from Betfair correct at the time of publication.


    Welcome to Turf Moor for our live coverage of the Carabao Cup fourth round tie between Burnley and Tottenham Hotspur.

    A competition often overlooked by top-flight clubs, this evening's clash should be viewed as an opportunity for these two teams despite its early billing in the season.

    And that's because neither are finding the new Premier League campaign to their liking.

    The Clarets are notorious slow starters yet even the most optimistic of supporters will be concerned that they find themselves without a win nine games in.

    Sixth-placed Spurs, meanwhile, have critics among their fanbase as much for their unadventurous style of play as their results.

    So the prospect of being three wins from Wembley presents the possibility of silverware, and a chance to put smiles back on the faces of their faithful followings.

    The action gets underway at 7.45pm, and we'll have official team news for you shortly.

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