EFL Carabao Cup fourth round draw LIVE: Stream, TV channel, start time, ball numbers CONFIRMED – latest updates

    THE Carabao Cup fourth round draw takes place TONIGHT with 16 teams awaiting their fate for the next round.

    Chelsea, Arsenal and Tottenham are all OUT, but Liverpool and Man City are both in the pot, with Man Utd up against Aston Villa for the final spot this evening.

    • Start time: Approx 10.15pm GMT
    • TV/Live stream: Sky Sports Football

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    Liverpool beat Chelsea in last season's Carabao Cup final

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    Liverpool beat Chelsea in last season’s Carabao Cup finalCredit: Getty

    When is Carabao Cup fourth-round draw?

    The draw for the fourth round will take place TODAY – Thursday, November 10.

    And it is scheduled to happen immediately after Manchester United’s Carabao Cup clash with Aston Villa which kicks off at 8pm UK time.

    Host Mark Chapman will be joined in the studio by ex-Villa and Manchester United players, Dion Dublin and Peter Schmeichel.

    What TV channel is the Carabao Cup fourth-round draw on and can I live stream it?

    The big draw will be shown live on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Football in the UK.

    Subscription members of Sky Sports can head to the Sky Sports website or Sky Go app to stream the entire action.

    Alternatively, you can catch the draw on NOW TV.

    What are the ball numbers?

    Chelsea, Arsenal and Tottenham were all knocked out of the competition on Wednesday evening after suffering losses to Manchester City, Brighton and Nottingham Forest respectively.

    • 1 – AFC Bournemouth
    • 2 – Blackburn Rovers
    • 3 – Brighton & Hove Albion
    • 4 – Burnley
    • 5 – Charlton Athletic
    • 6 – Gillingham
    • 7 – Leicester City
    • 8 – Lincoln City
    • 9 – Liverpool
    • 10 – Manchester City
    • 11 – Milton Keynes Dons
    • 12 – Newcastle United
    • 13 – Nottingham Forest
    • 14 – Southampton
    • 15 – Wolverhampton Wanderers
    • 16 – Manchester United/Aston Villa

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