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Carabao Cup: When and where to watch Tottenham take on West Ham in the last eight

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Date, time and broadcast information on the Carabao Cup draw between Tottenham Hotspur and West Ham United

According to the official website of Tottenham Hotspur, the date, time and broadcast information about the Carabao Cup quarter-final draw between Spurs and West Ham United have been updated.

Tottenham are set to face off against West Ham at home in the last eight of the Carabao Cup. The fixture will kick off at 7.45 pm, on 22 December on a Wednesday and will be broadcast live on Sky Sports.

The quarter-final tie will be the last of a three-match stretch within six days, which would test the squad depth. Antonio Conte and his side would need to be at their best to challenge for the cup competition, which at this point in time represent our best shot at silverware.

Date, time and broadcast information on the Carabao Cup draw between Tottenham Hotspur and West Ham United
Tottenham Hotspur will take on West Ham United in the Carabao Cup quarter-final.  (Photo by Neil Hall/Pool via Getty Images)

Conte’s team would be coming into this game, having beaten Wolverhampton Wanderers and Burnley in the previous rounds. The Hammers will be high on confidence after winning against Manchester United and Manchester City in the cup competition.

David Moyes’ side are also in fine form in the Premier League, with 20 points from ten games. They are in the top four, as a result, beating the Lilywhites in the process by a 1-0 scoreline. But with Conte now at the helm, we could offer a stiffer challenge.

The Italian has not yet managed a game for the English club and will take over a side sitting ninth in the league. With 15 points from 10 games, the current position describes how inconsistent Spurs’ have been this season.

Date, time and broadcast information on the Carabao Cup draw between Tottenham Hotspur and West Ham United
Will Spurs pick up their performances under Conte?  (imago Images)

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The former Seria A coach will need to work his magic to get his team ready for the knockout tie. While it is not as prestigious as the Premier League or the Champions League, winning the cup competition will facilitate future success. For a side starved of success, anything will do for now.

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