We are extremely excited by the coming fixtures of this historic Cup which have the makings of real thrillers.
(PRWEB UK) 16 December 2013
Football.co.uk today announced it will be covering the Capital One Cup Quarter-Finals on the 17th and 18th December featuring Man City, Chelsea, Spurs, Stoke, Sunderland, Leicester, West Ham and Man Utd.
The Football League Cup final which was first held in 1961 is now known as the Capital One Cup and has been the scene of many dramatic matches. This eagerly awaited Quarter-Final provides some mouth-watering fixtures with the last remaining Championship side Leicester taking on Man City. On the same day Sunderland take on Chelsea at the Stadium of Light and then on Wednesday we have all Premier League encounters including a London derby as Spurs take on West Ham as well as Stoke v Manchester United. You would expect Man City, Chelsea, Tottenham and Manchester United to progress but this Cup competition has thrown up plenty of surprises in the past.
Football.co.uk have been providing coverage of the Capital One Cup since the first round and believe their coverage is the best online.
Content Manager, Jason Hope had this to say “We are extremely excited by the coming fixtures of this historic Cup which have the makings of real thrillers. The most one-sided match on paper pits the Championship side Leicester against the might of Manchester City. I am sure the neutral will be rooting for the underdogs and I expect City will be resting their first team after the encounter with Arsenal on Saturday. West Ham have had a good Cup run but you have to favour Spurs in this London Derby. Manchester United could certainly use some positive results to ease the pressure on Moyes and his side who won the Premier League so convincingly last season yet have struggled this term. We will be providing our usual excellent coverage, including live data, stats, team news, features, video and photos from the match.”
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