Manchester City clinch Carabao Cup against Tottenham
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The Carabao Cup is back for another season of twists and turns, with Manchester City hoping to win the trophy for a fifth consecutive year. After this week’s action, fans can sit back and enjoy another draw for the next round.
The third round draw of the Carabao Cup threw up some mouth-watering ties.
Liverpool were drawn against Premier League rivals Norwich City, while holders City were handed a home tie against Wycombe Wanderers.
Arsenal will face London side AFC Wimbledon, while Wolves will host Tottenham.
There’s another all-Premier League match at Old Trafford, as Manchester United face high-flying West Ham United.
City remain unbeaten in the competition for almost five years now, last losing to cross-city rivals United in the 2016/2017 season.
United were 1-0 winners on the day at Old Trafford, sealing the win with a 54th-minute strike from Juan Mata.
However, City are now aiming for an unprecedented fifth successive EFL Cup win.
No team has matched the Citizens’ record in the competition for almost 40 years.
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When is the fourth-round draw for the Carabao Cup?
The fourth round draw for the Carabao Cup will take place on Wednesday September 22.
The draw follows Manchester United’s match against West Ham United, which is scheduled to kick off at 7.45pm.
It will be taking place at the Potton Bowls Club in Sandy, Bedfordshire, at approximately 9.45pm.
Former Spurs boss Harry Redknapp will be picking the balls, alongside Manchester City legend Micah Richards.
How to watch the fourth round draw for the Carabao Cup
The draw will be broadcast exclusively by Sky Sports in the UK.
Man United’s match against West Ham will be shown on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Football.
The draw will immediately follow the final time whistle on the same channels.
Coverage of the match is scheduled to start at 7pm, with post-match and post-draw analysis lasting until 10.15pm.
Carabao Cup third round fixtures
Man City vs Wycombe Wanderers
Fulham vs Leeds
Burnley vs Rochdale
Preston vs Cheltenham
Brentford vs Oldham
QPR vs Everton
Watford vs Stoke
Wigan vs Sunderland
Norwich vs Liverpool
Sheffield United vs Southampton
Brighton vs Swansea
Wolves vs Tottenham
Man Utd vs West Ham
Chelsea vs Aston Villa
Arsenal vs AFC Wimbledon
Millwall vs Leicester City
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