Carabao Cup quarter-final draw complete as Man Utd host Charlton

    Manchester United v Burnley - Carabao Cup Fourth Round
    Marcus Rashford fired Manchester United into the League Cup quarter-finals on Wednesday (Picture: Getty Images)

    The draw for the quarter-finals of the Carabao Cup has been made after Manchester City became the last team to book their spot in the last eight on Thursday night thanks to a fine win over Liverpool.

    Seven Premier League clubs are involved in the final eight, with just League One’s Charlton representing the Football League, after they stunned Brighton on Wednesday evening.

    Plenty of big teams have already fallen, with the likes of Chelsea, Arsenal, Tottenham and now Liverpool out of the competition, with the Reds falling to City on Thursday, losing 3-2 at the Etihad.

    There is till plenty to look forward to in the quarter-final draw, though, with the question being, as it is almost every season: who can stop Man City in this competition?

    Carabao Cup quarter-final draw

    Manchester United vs Charlton Athletic
    Southampton vs Manchester City
    Nottingham Forest vs Wolverhampton Wanderers
    Newcastle United vs Leicester City

    When will the quarter-finals be played?

    Round five is played in the week commencing 9 January.

    The rest of the tournament sees the semi-finals played over two legs in the weeks commencing 23 and 30 January, then the final on Sunday 26 February.

    Milton Keynes Dons v Leicester City - Carabao Cup Fourth Round
    Leicester beat MK Dons on Tuesday to book their spot in the draw (Picture: Getty Images)

    Carabao Cup fourth round results

    MK Dons 0-3 Leicester City
    Newcastle United 1-0 Bournemouth
    Southampton 2-1 Lincoln City
    Wolves 2-0 Gillingham
    Blackburn 1-4 Nottingham Forest
    Charlton 0-0 Brighton (Charlton won 4-3 on penalties)
    Man Utd 2-0 Burnley
    Man City 3-2 Liverpool

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