Football Predictions

Leicester vs Brighton live stream: How to watch EFL Cup online

By Chris Smith

Leicester vs Brighton live stream: How to watch EFL Cup online

Published: 13:02, 26 October 2021

Leicester City and Brighton go head-to-head for a place in the EFL Cup quarter-finals on Wednesday at 7:45pm (UK time).

The Foxes sent Millwall packing in the third round to reach this stage. Brighton, meanwhile, have already beaten Welsh sides Swansea and Cardiff by 2-0 scorelines.


How to live stream Leicester vs Brighton online:

Wednesday’s game is on Bet365’s live-stream schedule for readers with an account. Those without a bet365 account who are over 18 and Gamble Aware need only follow three simple steps to watch Leicester vs Brighton online*:

  1. Visit their sign-up page (here’s a link)
  2. Set up and fund a new account
  3. Go to ‘In Play’ section, select the game you want to watch and click the play button symbol
*Please note that Ts&Cs and geo-restrictions apply, meaning readers in the UK, Ireland and certain US states will be unable to live stream this game for reasons to do with broadcasting rights. Users must have a funded account or placed a bet in the last 24 hours. All odds and offers within this article are accurate at the time of writing (12:30, 26/10/21). 18+ only, BeGambleAware.

Where to watch Leicester vs Brighton on TV:

  • UK: N/A
  • US: ESPN+

Bet £10 and get £30 in free bets T&Cs apply

18+ only. New customers using Promo code H30 only, Min £10/€10 stake, min odds 1/2, free bets paid as 2 x £15/€15, free bets credited after settlement of first qualifying bet, free bets will expire 30 days after the qualifying bet is placed, payment method/player/country restrictions apply. Full terms apply. BeGambleAware.

18+ only. New customers using Promo code H30 only. T&Cs apply.

Claim Here
Get up to £100 in bet credits T&Cs apply

18+ only. New customers only. Min deposit £5. Bet Credits available for use upon settlement of bets to value of qualifying deposit. Min odds, bet and payment method exclusions apply. Returns exclude Bet Credits stake. Time limits and T&Cs apply. BeGambleAware.

18+ only. T&Cs apply.

Claim Here
£20 in Free Bets when you place a £5 bet T&Cs apply

18+ only. New customers only. First single & e/w bet only. Odds of 1/1 or greater. 2 x £10 bet tokens. Free bet stakes not included in returns. Free bets exclude virtuals. Free bets are non withdrawable. No free bet expiry. Eligibility restrictions and further T&Cs apply. Begambleaware.org

18+ only. New customers only. T&Cs apply.

Claim Here

Leicester vs Brighton previous line-ups & injury news:

  • Leicester (vs Brentford): Schmeichel; Amartey, Evans*, Soyuncu; Pereira, Tielemans, Soumare, Castagne; Maddison; Iheanacho, Vardy*.
  • Brighton (vs Man City): Sanchez; Veltman, Dunk, Burn; March, Groß, Lallana, Moder, Cucurella; Trossard, Maupay.

Jamie Vardy picked up a knee injury at the weekend and is unlikely to be risked here, while Jonny Evans will probably be rested, too. Wilfred Ndidi, Marc Albrighton, James Justin and Wesley Fofana are all out.

Steven Alzate and Danny Welbeck are Brighton’s only absentees.

Brendan Rodgers left with no choice but to shuffle his pack

Though it’s been an incredibly successful period with a 100% record, Leicester have been run off their feet following the international break with three games in eight days. Victories over Man Utd and Brentford in the Premier League, either side of beating Spartak Moscow away in the Europa League, have left the Foxes well-placed domestically and on the continent.

A place in the EFL Cup quarter-finals is now at stake but Brendan Rodgers has understandably revealed he intends to rotate his side for the visit of Brighton. In reality, the Foxes have little choice if they’re to continue to battle on all fronts. Even so, Rodgers expects to have enough quality to reach the last eight. The likes of Patson Daka and Jannik Vestergaard make for an impressive backup cohort.

“Will there be fresh faces? No doubt,” said the Northern Irishman. “We can’t use the same players all the time, so we’ll definitely make changes, but it doesn’t take away [from] the fact we want to win the game. We’ll be bringing good players into the game.

“We’ll recover, do some preparation work, and then look to get to the quarter-finals.”

More live stream options:

✕︎

Sign up to the Best Football Offers

A valid email is required.

Invalid e-mail.

Yes I am over 18.
Yes, I would like to receive email updates on exciting offers from squawka.com. For more info on how we and our partners process your data, see Privacy and Cookie Policies.
You need to confirm that you are over 18 and that you want to receive updates.

*By subscribing you are confirming that you are over 18 years of age.

*All emails include an unsubscribe link, where you can opt out any time. *Please see our privacy and cookies policy..

x

Newsletter error

Black Friday Deals