The well known Stoke based firm reported this morning that they will be showing the game tonight through a live stream, available to watch through their website later this evening.
Sunderland are valued as 4/1 outsiders in the Capital One Cup semi-final against Manchester United as The Black Cats look to upset the form book at the Stadium of Light
Sunderland may not have had the greatest season but they could still get some cheer by taking control of the league cup semi-final against Manchester United by winning in the first leg.
The Black Cats have enjoyed a surprise run to the semi-finals with the Premier League strugglers knocking out the likes of Southampton and Chelsea so far on their path to the final four.
Fresh from their 3-1 victory in the FA Cup against Carlisle, Gus Poyet will most likely recall some of his more established stars to try and get the job done on Tuesday night.
This means that the likes of Steven Fletcher and Emannuele Giaccherini will start at the expense of Jozy Altidore and Jack Colback who both appeared on Sunday afternoon.
With Irish goalkeeper Kieren Westwood out for the rest of the season, it means that Vito Mannone will finally get his chance to prove himself as a Premier League keeper and will certainly be out to keep a clean sheet in the semi-final.
Gus Poyet will also be feeling quietly confident ahead of the first leg with Sunderland having been at home for each game in the cup this season winning 4 out of four games.
Manchester United will arrive at the Stadium of Light in a rush to save their season having crashed out of the FA Cup on Sunday to Swansea and currently sitting eight points off the lead in the Premier League.
David Moyes will almost certainly revert back to many of his top names for the trip north with the likes of David De Gea and Michael Carrick being drafted in to prevent a second upset in a way.
Fabio will find himself suspended for the game after getting sent off in the 2-1 loss to Swansea at Old Trafford whilst defenders such as Alex Buttner and Chris Smalling will find themselves relegated to the bench after failing to impress on Sunday.
United will look to Javier Hernandez to provide one of the main attacking threats on Tuesday night being the second highest top scorer left in the competition having netted three goals in three matches for David Moyes side.
Manchester United still have the quality to comfortably dispatch Sunderland but their inconsistencies and The Black Cats strong home from means anything could happen in the first leg of the semi-final.