Carabao Cup fourth round draw: When it is, how to watch & teams involved

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The 2021-22 Carabao Cup is now well under way, but when is the draw for the fourth round? Goal is here to bring you everything you need to know, including which teams are involved and how you can tune in to watch.

The latest edition of the Carabao Cup began in August as Championship, League One and League Two sides entered the competition at the first round stage, before 13 Premier League sides were introduced to the action in the second round.

The remaining seven top-flight clubs joined in when the third round kicked off, but when will the winners learn their fate for the fourth round? Goal is on hand with all the details.

When is the Carabao Cup fourth round draw?

The Carabao Cup fourth-round draw took place on Wednesday, September 22, immediately after Manchester United's third-round tie against West Ham - which kicked off at 7:45pm BST (2:45pm ET).

The full draw, fixtures and results can be seen here.

How to watch or live stream the Carabao Cup fourth round draw

Sky Sports currently has the rights to all the live action across their main television channels, and you can also follow matches via the Carabao Cup's official Twitter account.

Goal will also be streaming live score updates and publishing all the latest news and big talking points from the competition.

Where is the Carabao Cup fourth round draw being held?

The fourth round draw is being held at Potton Bowls Club in Bedfordshire, with former Manchester City star Micah Richards and ex-Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp set to pull the numbers out of the bag.

Once the ties are confirmed, supporters can look forward to watching the next stage during the week commencing October 25.

Which teams are in the Carabao Cup fourth round draw?

Club League
Brentford Premier League
Burnley Premier League
Leeds Premier League
Man City Premier League
Liverpool Premier League
Preston Championship
Queens Park Rangers Championship
Southampton Premier League
Stoke Championship
Sunderland League One
Arsenal Premier League
Brighton Premier League
Chelsea Premier League
West Ham Premier League
Leicester Premier League
Tottenham Premier League

There were two all-Premier League ties in the second round starting with Watford vs Crystal Palace on August 24, which ended in a 1-0 victory for the Hornets, with Burnley grabbing a penalty shootout victory against Newcastle the following day.

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Meanwhile, Arsenal, Norwich and Aston Villa recorded respective 6-0 victories against West Brom, Bournemouth and Barrow, while Everton saw off Huddersfield 2-1, Leeds beat Crewe 3-0 and Wolves thrashed Nottingham Forest 4-0.

Brentford recorded a 3-1 victory over Forest Green and Southampton earned the biggest win of the round with an 8-0 rout of Newport County to complete a clean sweep for the Premier League clubs, but it remains to be seen whether they will all avoid upsets again in the third round.

Carabao Cup fourth round draw

Date Fixture
Oct 26/27 Chelsea vs Southampton
Oct 26/27 Arsenal vs Leeds Unietd
Oct 26 QPR vs Sunderland
Oct 27 Stoke CIty vs Brentford
Oct 27 West Ham vs Manchester City
Oct 27 Leicester City vs Brighton
Oct 27 Burnley vs Tottenham
 Oct 27 Preston North End vs Liverpool