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League Cup today live on TV, live stream and live ticker – ENGLISH FOOTBALL

by: Adam Smith

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Manchester City face Oxford United in the quarterfinals of the League Cup tonight. You can find out where to watch the game live and what else is worth knowing about the game here SPOX,

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Oxford United vs. Manchester City: when and where will the game take place?

The kick off will take place at 8:45 pm Wednesday evening, December 18, at Kassam Stadium in Oxford. Judge Andrew Madley will lead the game.

Oxford United vs. Manchester City today live on TV and live stream

In Germany, only the streaming service DAZN will broadcast the game live. Consequently, there is no television broadcast. The preliminary reports start at DAZN at 20.40 with commentator Marco Hagemann and expert Ralph Gunesch.

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Oxford vs. Oxford ManCity: SPOX live ticker

In addition to the DAZN transfer, we are also involved SPOX lives there. We tick off the meeting for you so you don't miss anything.

Oxford United v Manchester City: The Prelimine Lineups

Here's how both teams could play from the beginning:

  • Oxford United: Archer – Ruffels, Dickie, Mousinho, Cadden – Sykes, Long, Moore – Fosu, Taylor, Hall
  • Manchester City: Bravo – Cancelo, Garcia, Otamendi, Zinchenko – Gündogan, Rodri – Mahrez, De Bruyne, Silva – Jesus