Football on TV: What live football matches are on the telly box today?

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The Carabao Cup is the highlight of the midweek action as the tournament steps up a gear thanks to the Premier League teams involved in European competitions finally getting involved in the fun. The pick of the televised ties is a moneybags meeting between Newcastle and Manchester City at St James’ Park.

It is a relatively low-key weekend on the telly box, however, as there are just three Premier League matches to watch although Saturday’s evening pick, Liverpool’s trip to Tottenham, should be a cracker. A trio of EFL Championship fixtures also take their place on the schedule including Southampton v Leeds.

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Below you’ll find the all important info you need to catch some live football this week.

This Week’s Football on TV schedule

Monday September 25

EFL Championship: Coventry v Huddersfield
Sky Sports Main Event/Sky Sports Football (8pm)

Tuesday September 26

Viaplay Cup: Kilmarnock v Hearts
Viaplay Sports 1 (7:45pm)

Carabao Cup: Man Utd v Crystal Palace
Sky Sports Main Event/Sky Sports Football (8pm)

Wednesday September 27

Carabao Cup: Newcastle v Man City
Sky Sports Main Event/Sky Sports Football (8pm)

Viaplay Cup: Rangers v Livingston
Viaplay Sports 1 (8pm)

Friday September 29

EFL Championship: Sheffield Wednesday v Sunderland
Sky Sports Football (8pm)

Saturday September 30

EFL Championship: Southampton v Leeds
Sky Sports Football (12:30pm)

Premier League: Aston Villa v Brighton
TNT Sports 1 (12:30pm)

Premier League: Tottenham v Liverpool
Sky Sports Main Event/Sky Sports Premier League (5:30pm)

Sunday October 1

EFL Championship: Blackburn v Leicester
Sky Sports Football (12pm)

Premier League: Nottingham Forest v Brentford
Sky Sports Main Event/Sky Sports Premier League (2pm)

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