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((STREAMS>)) Chelsea vs Newcastle Live Broadcast Free 19 December 2023 Today

Chelsea vs Newcastle live stream: How to watch Carabao Cup quarter-final online. Mauricio Pochettino continues his bid for a first trophy in English football as Chelsea host Newcastle in the Carabao Cup quarter-finals today.


The Chelsea vs Newcastle live stream sees two heavyweights going head-to-head for a place in the semi-finals of the Carabao Cup.

With Chelsea toiling in mid-table in the Premier League, the Carabao Cup could be the Blues' best chance of playing European football next season – but this will be their toughest test so far. Victories against AFC Wimbledon, Brighton & Hove Albion, and Blackburn Rovers, all at Stamford Bridge, have led Mauricio Pochettino's work-in-progress side to this point, but scoring goals remains a challenge for them. Can they make home advantage count again here?

Newcastle were beaten finalists in the competition last year but they were given the opportunity to avenge that defeat in the previous round when they eliminated holders Man Utd at Old Trafford. That 3-0 win gave Eddie Howe's side the clean sweep in Manchester in this season's Carabao Cup, having beaten Man City in the third round back in September. Another win here to reach the semis and nobody will be able to accuse the Magpies of getting an easy run to the latter stages.

Chelsea vs Newcastle live stream, Date, Time, Channels

The Chelsea vs Newcastle live stream takes place on Tuesday, December 19.

Time: 4 p.m. ET / 1 p.m. PT / 8 p.m. GMT / 7 a.m. AEDT (Dec. 20)

U.S. — Watch on ESPN Plus

U.K. — Watch on Sky Sports

Watch anywhere

Chelsea’s run of two shambolic defeats against Manchester United and Everton ended after Mauricio Pochettino’s men scored two goals against Sheffield United.

The Blues dumped Blackburn Rovers out of the competition after Benoit Badiashile and Raheem Sterling scored on either side of the half to give them a ticket to the quarter-final.

With Newcastle United already getting Chelsea’s number this season and in a sublime manner, the West London side would be vying for revenge when they host them at the Stamford Bridge.

Newcastle United, on the other hand, also ended their streak of two defeats with a thumping victory against 10-man Fulham.

After being dumped out of Europe, Eddie Howe’s men could completely focus on winning a catalogue of domestic trophies starting with the EFL Cup. Having already dumped the two Manchester heavyweights from the competition, the Magpies would be confident of producing another magnificent performance against the Blues especially after they rattled their rivals 4-1 last time the two sides locked horns.

The biggest positive for Pochettino’s side is the return of former RB Leipzig forward Christopher Nkunku with the Frenchman making his first appearance in the Blues’ dugout this weekend. The summer arrival would now be vying to lead Chelsea’s forward battery and replicate his heroics from the Bundesliga in England.

Enzo Fernandez, the 2022 World Cup winner with Argentina watched the Blues clash with Sheffield from the bench but the million-dollar signing will be challenging for a return to the Blues’ fulcrum with Armando Broja and Malo Gusto also looking to earn themselves an opportunity in the EFL clash.

Newcastle will fail to call upon the services of Lewis Hall as the English defender is ineligible to play against his parent club Chelsea.

Eddie Howe’s men will also miss the services of veteran right-back Kieran Trippier and Swedish forward Alexander Isak who are the latest entrants to the long list of injured players for the Magpies.

The Blues, who have won the competition five times, know that the Carabao Cup or the FA Cup are their only chances to win silverware this season, with Mauricio Pochettino's side struggling to find form in the Premier League.

Chelsea come into Tuesday's clash on the back of their 2-0 win against Sheffield United at Stamford Bridge, which moved them up to 10th in the league - the Blues are still 12 points off the top four.

Newcastle were knocked out of the Champions League last week, but they bounced back in the league on Saturday after beating Fulham 3-0, with Lewis Miley, Miguel Almirón and Dan Burn all scoring.

The victory, which moved Newcastle up to sixth in the league, came at a cost, however, with Fabian Schär and Joelinton limping off to add to Eddie Howe's lengthy injury list.

The Blues boss did not lift any silverware while in charge at Tottenham and will be desperate to swiftly get off the mark in west London, with Chelsea one of the favourites to win this competition.

It has been a hugely inconsistent season so far for Pochettino's side, who sit tenth in the Premier League and already 12 points off the top four.

While tonight's last-eight clash takes place at Stamford Bridge, last month's trip to St James' Park will still be fresh in the mind as Newcastle look for a similar result to that 4-1 hammering.

Eddie Howe's side were beaten in the final of the Carabao Cup last season, meaning the wait for a first major trophy since the 1954/55 campaign goes on. The Magpies will firmly believe they can go one better, having already knocked out Manchester City and Manchester United this season.


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