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Port Vale vs Middlesbrough live stream: How to watch EFL Cup online

By Squawka News

Port Vale vs Middlesbrough live stream: How to watch EFL Cup online

Published: 10:47, 19 December 2023

Port Vale and Middlesbrough go head-to-head in the EFL Cup quarter-finals on Tuesday at 7:45pm (UK time).

How to live stream Port Vale vs Middlesbrough online:

Bet365* streams a selection of EFL Cup matches live for account holders.

To sign up for and live stream Port Vale vs Middlesbrough, eligible readers outside the UK can follow the steps below.

  • Click on this link.
  • ‘Join now’ and enter details.
  • Log in and fund your account.
  • Navigate to the ‘In-Play’ link at the top of the homepage and select your desired event.

*Unavailable to stream for UK residents. Other geo restrictions apply, 18+ only. Must have a funded account or placed a bet in the last 24 hours, BeGambleAware. All odds and offers within this article are accurate at the time of writing.

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Port Vale vs Middlesbrough match preview

The two lowest-ranked remaining teams in the tournament, both Port Vale and Middlesbrough will be seeing Tuesday night as a huge opportunity to reach a rare cup semi-final.

Port Vale have already seen off Mansfield, Sutton United, Crewe and Fleetwood in this year’s competition, with this the first time they’ve ever reached the EFL Cup quarter-finals. The run has been a welcome distraction from their middling League One form, sitting 15th in the table with 25 points from 20 matches so far, though they have beaten Exeter (1-0) and Wigan (3-2) in their last two league games.

As for Middlesbrough, they won this competition back in 2004 and reached back-to-back finals in 1997 and 1998, so fans have fond EFL Cup memories. However, it’s the first time they’ve reached the quarter-finals since 2019. Boro don’t exactly head in on the best of form, with their 2-1 win at Swansea at the weekend only coming off the back of three consecutive defeats to Leeds, Ipswich and Hull. Michael Carrick’s side are 13th in the Championship and maintain an outside chance of reaching the playoffs, but Boro will want to make sure there are no shocks here against Port Vale so they can set up a semi-final clash with one of the Premier League’s big hitters.

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