The Carabao Cup will reach its climax early in the new year for English football’s first major final of the season.
The competition gives teams the chance to claim the first available silverware of the campaign.
Liverpool are the current holders of the trophy after beating Chelsea on penalties in February.
The Reds dethroned Man City, who had won the previous four Carabao Cups until 2022.
With this year’s edition coming towards the business end, teams will now be eyeing up a place at Wembley early in 2023.
When is the Carabao Cup final?
The 2022/23 Carabao Cup final will be played on Sunday, February 26.
It will be held at Wembley Stadium with the kick-off time yet to be confirmed, although last season’s final began at 4:30pm.
Which teams are still in the competition?
After almost all the fourth round ties being played, the teams remaining in the Carabao Cup for the quarter-finals are almost finalised.
Charlton are the only non-Premier League team left after stunning Brighton on penalties in round four.
- Charlton Athletic
- Manchester United
- Manchester City / Liverpool
- Nottingham Forest
The quarter-final draw will take place TONIGHT after Man City face Liverpool in the final game of the round.
The last eight teams will compete for a place in the two-legged semi-final when they will aim to secure their place at Wembley.