Capital One Cup Live Stream: Watch Online Streaming Newcastle United, Southampton, Crystal Palace, Cardiff, Fulham Football League Matches

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Aug 26, 2014 02:32 PM EDT
Ashley Westwood of Aston Villa is challenged by Moussa Sissoko of Newcastle United
Ashley Westwood of Aston Villa is challenged by Moussa Sissoko of Newcastle United during the Barclays Premier League match between Aston Villa and Newcastle United at Villa Park on August 23, 2014 in Birmingham, England. "

The Football League Cup and Capital One Cup tournament is live again on Tuesday and the matches start up at 2:45 pm ET and 7:45 pm local time as teams like Newcastle United, Crystal Palace, Cardiff City, Fulham, Leicester City, Burnley, Sheffield Wednesday, Reading, Southampton and West Bromwich among others and this is for the second round of the tournament.  

The schedule has a number of games and Manchester United is live later in the day and they have not been in this round of the tournament in many years and now they are trying to keep things going. Stoke City is in action along with Cardiff as well as West Brom and many of these teams will be favored in their matches and West Ham United is playing against Sheffield, while Millwall and Southampton are matching up as well.

Stoke City is in action while Burnley is playing Sheffield Wednesday and some other teams in action include Oxford United, Swansea City, Crystal Palace, Norwich and Newcastle United. The schedule on Wednesday has Birmingham City taking on Sunderland, while Bradford City will be playing against Leeds United.

The English Premier League standings heading into the weekend has Chelsea and Tottenham on top, with the Spurs in front, while Man City and Swansea are also on top with six points. The first two weeks of the schedule have those teams on top and now the Cap One Cup takes over for now before games this weekend. Arsenal is in the mix with four points, while they are tied with Hull City and Aston Villa.

The top of the table has those teams while West Ham, Liverpool, Everton and Sunderland are next. West Brom and Manchester United are next in the standings, while the bottom part has Southampton, Stoke City, Leicester City as well as Newcastle, Burnley, Crystal Palace and the Queens Park Rangers.

Check here for the Football League Cup and Capital One Cup live coverage.


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