Millwall have a huge chance to reach the last 16 of the League Cup for the first time since the 1994-95 season this evening when they take on Leicester City at The Den.
The Lions are unbeaten in five matches in all competitions, although all three Championship outings since the international break have ended in draws for Gary Rowett’s side.
There’s a good chance to go on a cup run though here and they face a Leicester City side who could ring the changes due to their heavy domestic and European schedule.
Here we run through everything you need to know about tonight’s game.
Millwall will be missing two of their biggest creative sparks as Jed Wallace and Sheyi Ojo have both been ruled out by Rowett.
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It’s a big blow to lose Wallace especially who would have been looking forward to testing his mettle against Premier League opposition, however the likes of Benik Afobe and George Evans have a chance of returning from injuries.
As for Leicester they’re expected to make a host of alterations due to their busy schedule, with the likes of Ademola Lookman, Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall and Hamza Choudhury all coming in.
And Patson Daka will be hoping to get his second start as well for the Foxes after playing from the first whistle against Napoli in the Europa League last week.
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Is there a live stream?
There’s no live streaming for Carabao Cup action and as this tie wasn’t selected for Sky Sports coverage then it will have to be either watching it at The Den or radio commentary for the rest.
Leicester are providing free live commentary of the match on their website, whilst Millwall will not be able to offer streaming services via iFollow for their subscribers both to UK and international viewers, again due to Carabao Cup rights.
What time is kick-off?
The first ball will be kicked at 7:45pm in South Bermondsey, with four other matches taking place tonight across England to finalise the full compliment of 16 teams in the next round of the Cup draw, which will happen when all matches are completed at around 10pm.