July 23, 2024


Where to watch Everton vs. Burnley: Carabao Cup fourth round game, kickoff time, TV channel, and live stream

The kickoff time and team news for Everton vs Burnley’s League Cup match are also provided.


In the Carabao Cup Fourth Round, two struggling Premier League teams square off at home as Everton hosts Burnley in an attempt to advance further in the competition.

Everton’s problems have not ended despite two intense relegation battles; the Merseyside team is once again circling the lower half of the table. Everton is only five points from the drop zone with just 10 points from 10 games. Sean Dyche’s team will be hoping to advance further in the Crabao Cup in an attempt to salvage something positive from what is expected to be another disastrous season. They will have a huge boost from their third-round 2-1 victory over Aston Villa, a team that is also having difficulty in the league.

Although Burnley, led by Vincent Kompany, had a fantastic Championship season leading up to their promotion to England’s top division, their first ten games have not even approached that level of play. Burnley, who have only managed one victory and one tie in their first ten games, is ranked slightly above the bottom and is a strong candidate to be demoted to the Championship. The former defender for Manchester City, who is now a manager, is now focused on defeating the Toffees and winning the EFL Cup. For a side lacking motivation, the 4-0 thrashing of Salford City in the previous round will serve as motivation.

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Kickoff time for Burnley vs. Everton

Datum: 1 November 2023
Start time: 7:45 p.m. GMT
Location: Goodison Park

Kickoff between Everton and Burnley at Goodison Park is scheduled for 7:45 p.m. GMT.

How to watch Burnley vs. Everton online: TV schedule & live streaming

In the UK, there won’t be any streaming of the game.On GOAL, fans can follow real-time updates.

Squad news & updates
News about the Everton team

Dominic Calvert-Lewin, an English forward, scored the game-winning goal for Everton in their close victory over West Ham United. However, the 26-year-old may be rested for the League Cup match, with Beto possibly receiving a start.

Arnaut Danjuma, a former Tottenham player, might also get some time on the wing if Leeds United loanee Jack Harrison starts on the other flank.

Ashley Young, a former star player for Manchester United, will rejoin the team following his suspension for receiving a red card against Liverpool, a rival team in Merseyside.

Alli, who is still recovering from a partial muscle tear, and club veteran Seamus Coleman, who is recuperating from a knee injury.

Pickford; Young; Tarkowski, Keane, Mykolenko; Harrison, Gueye, Onana, Garner, Danjuma; Beto; Everton Predicted XI

Place of Players
Pickford, Virginia, Lonergan are the goalkeepers.
The defenders are Tarkowski, Patterson, Mykolenko, Godfrey, Branthwaite, and Keane. Onana, Garner, Gomes, Doucoure, Gueye, and Onyango are young midfielders.
Harrison, McNeil, Danjuma, Dobbin, Calvert-Lewin, Beto, Chermiti are the forwards on the Burnley team.

Some important players for Kompany’s team will not be available for selection in the starting eleven, as the manager is expected to make several changes similar to those made during the team’s previous cup match against Salford City.

James Trafford could be rested in favour of Arijanet Muric between the sticks, while Jay Rodriguez and Jacob Bruun Larsen could start on the other side of the pitch.

The names in Burnley’s treatment room are Michael Obafemi, Harold Ekdal, Manuel Benson, and Jordan Beyer, all of whom are nursing injuries. Although both Nathan Redmond and Johann Berg Gudmundsson, the attacking pair, are injured, the former is expected to start and the latter is still recovering.

Muric; Vitinho, Al-Dakhil, O’Shea, Taylor; Brownhill, Cork, Berge; Gudmundsson, Rodriguez, Bruun Larsen were Burnley’s predicted starting lineup.

Place of Players
Goalkeepers: Vigouroux, Muric, Trafford, François
Al-Dakhail, O’Shea, Delcroix, Taylor, Roberts, Vitinho, and Egan-Riley are the defenders.
Berge, Massengo, Cork, Brownhill, Cullen, and Ramsey are midfielders.
Bruun Larsen, Churlinov, Odobert, Agyei, Amdouni, Foster, Rdoriguez, Gudmundsson, Tresor, Zaroury, Koleosho, and Odobert
Record Head-to-Head

In their previous five games, Everton and Burnley have split the spoils, winning two games apiece.


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