In the countdown to the Carabao Cup final this coming weekend, the pressure is on for Chelsea and Liverpool, as football fans await one of the most exciting clashes of the season. Showmax Pro subscribers across the African continent will witness the two teams go head to head in the knockout competition final taking place on Sunday, 27 February 2022, streaming live at 5:30 pm on Showmax Pro courtesy of SuperSport.
This will be the first final that will not feature Manchester City since 2017. Will Liverpool make history by surpassing City and securing a record ninth win or will Chelsea come back strong for a sixth title? All will be revealed this Sunday when the two meet at Wembley Stadium in London.
Chelsea beat Tottenham 3-0 on aggregate over two semi-final legs while Liverpool secured their spot in the final after beating Arsenal 2-0 on aggregate. The last time Chelsea played Liverpool in the EFL Cup final was in 2005, where the Blues won 3-2.
Within a year of being appointed, Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel has led Chelsea to the finals of the UEFA Champions League, FA Cup, Club World Cup and now the Carabao Cup. Tuchel has driven Chelsea to concede an average of 0.72 goals per league game (31 in 43 games), fewer than any other Premier League side.
Fans can also look forward to watching some of their favourite players and Showmax Pro football regulars such as Mo Salah, Sadio Mane, Trent Alexander-Arnold, Mason Mount, Hakim Ziyech, Romelu Lukaku and more.
The match will be available for all Showmax Pro subscribers to stream live, courtesy of SuperSport, as per the below kick off times:
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