AN agreement has been struck to allow the streaming of all non-televised Carabao Cup ties through to the end of the fourth round.

A provisional deal covered the opening round, where Oxford United beat AFC Wimbledon on a penalty shoot-out.

Now it will cover tomorrow night's home game with Watford, plus the next two rounds later this month at a time when no supporters are allowed in stadiums due to restrictions imposed to limit the spread of coronavirus.

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Supporters in the UK will be able to purchase £10 match passes to watch any tie which has not been selected for broadcast on Sky Sports. 

In ties featuring Premier League clubs, fans can access the stream via the website, while those that do not will be streamed via iFollow as they were in the first round.

It is understood revenue generated from the streams will be split 50-50 between the clubs involved, in the same way that gate receipts would be if fans were attending in the normal way.

All matches will be televised from the quarter-finals onwards.