Carabao Cup draw: When is the quarter-final draw? Date, start time, live coverage

The Carabao Cup fourth round takes place this week.

Two heavyweight all-Premier League clashes have been served up following the previous draw.

Wednesday’s action sees Liverpool host Arsenal as Manchester United travel to Chelsea.

Fans will also be treated to a Midlands derby as Aston Villa entertain Wolves.

Holders Manchester City beat Southampton 3-1 on Tuesday night, while Everton secured a 2-0 lead over Watford.

Elsewhere, an all-League One encounter between Oxford and Sunderland ended 1-1 with Oxford winning on penalties.

All-League Two clash Colchester vs Crawley ended with a 3-1 win to Colchester.

Burton Albion, also of League One, lost 3-1 to in-form Premier League side Leicester.

When is the Carabao Cup draw?

Unlike in previous rounds, the draw will not take place following a live TV fixture.

Instead, the draw will be conducted on Thursday, October 31.

Quarter-final ties will be played the week commencing December 16.

What time is the Carabao Cup draw?

The draw is expected to begin at approximately 8.45am GMT.

Can I watch the Carabao Cup draw?

Unfortunately, the draw won’t be shown live on TV.

Instead, the draw will be conducted on The Zoe Ball Breakfast Show on BBC Radio 2.

Fans will be able to listen in on Thursday morning, with live text updates provided by EFL’s official Twitter account.

The quarter-finalists will be drawn out by former England goalkeeper and League Cup winner David James, who said: “I have so many great memories of the Carabao Cup and I’m proud to be part of the history of the competition.

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“Every year it’s always an exciting competition to watch, so I’m looking forward to seeing how my old clubs get on.”


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