Where to watch the Carabao Cup game kick off between Port Vale and Middlesbrough FC, including information on the TV live broadcast schedule and stream information.
With a trip to Wembley in the offing, both Port Vale and Middlesbrough will look to give their all to secure a semi-final spot in the EFL Cup when they lock horns at Vale Park on Tuesday evening.
League One side Port Vale, who are set to play their first-ever game in the quarter-finals of the competition, are 15th in the third tier and will have been boosted by Ethan Chislett’s superb hat-trick, giving them a 3-2 victory over Wigan on Saturday that ended a run of five home matches without a victory.
What TV channel is the game on?
The match is not live on Sky Sports tonight as the network is going with the Chelsea game. You can take a look on the red button on your remote for further information. Kick off time is 19:34PM.
You can alternatively use Bet365’s EFL Cup in play service.
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Vale have not beaten a team from the top two divisions en route to the Carabao Cup quarter-finals against Championship outfit Middlesbrough, who also picked up a much needed three points in South Wales last time out.
Boro in confidence
Michael Carrick and co. had lost three straight Championship games before a 2-1 away win over managerless Swansea City.
Much was expected of Boro after they reached the playoffs last season, but they currently find themselves 13th in a hotly contested Championship table, and the visitors’ will be hopeful of progressing to the semi-finals against third-tier opposition here.*Using Bookmaker/Affiliate links on tvwise.co.uk may earn us a commission, at no additional cost to you. 18+ only. T&Cs apply. Please gamble responsibly. For more information, visit begambleaware.org.