Southampton v Man City: kick off and how to watch on TV as City visit the Saints in Carabao Cup

Manchester City head to Hampshire tonight for their Carabao Cup quarter-final - here’s how you can watch the match live

Manchester City are in Carabao Cup action on Wednesday as they head to the south coast to play Southampton. City will be hoping to join city rivals Manchester United as well as Newcastle United.

Last time out, City romped to a comfortable 4-0 win against Chelsea in the third round of the FA Cup. Pep Guardiola’s men have won four of their five matches since the World Cup break. Opponents Southampton have endured a tough restart since the World Cup break. The Saints have lost their last three in the league, but did win 2-1 away at Crystal Palace in the FA Cup on Saturday.

City booked their place in the League Cup quarter-finals with a dramatic 3-2 win against Liverpool. Southampton defeated League One side Lincoln City to make it to the last eight stage.

The two sides met in the Premier League back in october at the Etihad. City ran out comfortable 4-0 winners that day.

How to watch Southampton v Manchester City on TV

City’s trip to Southampton tonight has been picked for live coverage by Sky Sports. The match kicks off at 8pm and will be live on Sky Sports Main Event.

How to sign up for Sky Sports

For brand new customers you can get Sky TV and Sky Sports for £44 a month for 18 months instead of £51/month. The price includes a Netflix subscription and there’s a £20 set up fee.

City celebrate their fourth goal over Chelsea in FA Cup third round
City celebrate their fourth goal over Chelsea in FA Cup third round
City celebrate their fourth goal over Chelsea in FA Cup third round

If you’re a current Sky customer the cheapest option will cost you £15 extra a month in the 2 for 1 Football Channel Offerand is perfect for fans who only want football.

You can also sign up to a 24 hour Now TV pass which will entitle you to If you’re already in contract with another provider then you can also sign up to access Sky Sports through a Now TV membership.

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