Chelsea v Southampton live stream, Tuesday 26 October, 7:45pm BST
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The Saints gave the European champions and Premier League leaders one of their toughest tests of the league campaign so far, but James Ward-Prowse's red card swung the game in the Blues' favour and they ran out 3-1 winners at Stamford Bridge.
Both teams have been finalists in the last four seasons, but both came out on the losing side - Chelsea on penalties to Manchester City in 2019, when Kepa Arrizabalaga infamously defied then boss Maurizio Sarri, and Southampton in a 3-2 thriller against Manchester United two years earlier.
The hosts come into this game off the back of four straight wins - including 4-0 and 7-0 doddles against Malmo and Norwich in the past week alone - but Thomas Tuchel will inevitably ring the changes, with of Kepa, Malang Sarr, Ruben Loftus-Cheek and Hakim Ziyech all expected to start.
Southampton have rotated significantly in the previous two rounds, and while Ralph Hasenhuttl may switch things up less against a fellow top-flight side, there should still be starts for the likes of Fraser Forster, Nathan Tella and Moussa Djenepo - while Chelsea loanee Armando Broja will be unavailable against his parent club.
Chelsea have not lost to Southampton in three previous League Cup meetings - the last of which took place back in November 1997.
Kick-off is at 7:45pm BST on Tuesday 26 October
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