Leeds United vs. Chelsea: Where to Live Stream Capital One Cup Clash

Richard Langford@@noontide34Correspondent IDecember 19, 2012

SUNDERLAND, ENGLAND - DECEMBER 8: Manager Rafa Benitez of Chelsea looks on before the Barclays Premier League match between Sunderland and Chelsea at the Stadium of Light on December 8, 2012, in Sunderland, England. (Photo by Paul Thomas/Getty Images)
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Rafael Benitez and Neil Warnock will be rekindling a bitter rivalry as Leeds United and Chelsea battle with a trip to the Capital One Cup semifinals on the line.

These two bosses have certainly had a less-than-amicable past, and the meeting of the two only adds drama to what is already a heated rivalry.

More on that in a second—first, here is where you can stream the action. 

Live Stream: beIN Sport

When: Dec. 19 at 2:45 p.m. ET

This match marks the first time the Blues have made the trek to Elland Road since 2003, and they may be a bit jet-lagged when they do. 

Chelsea is fresh off a Club World Cup defeat to Corinthians in Yokohama, Japan on Sunday. 

Combine that with what should be a rowdy home crowd and Leeds has a real shot at escaping with a victory.

You can be sure that nothing would make Leeds manager Warnock happier. 

In case you don't remember, here is a good rundown of the rivalry between the two managers (via The Sun).

For the sake of brevity, here is a recent quote from Warnock (via  Luke Edwards of The Telegraph) to give you an idea of the feelings between the two:

"The last time I heard from Rafa he was threatening to sue me in an email if I mentioned it again."

This match should be fun. 

Both teams are relatively healthy and should be going all-out. Chelsea needs to bounce back from its bad loss in Japan, while Leeds would love to push the Blues into a tailspin while advancing to the semifinals. 

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