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When’s the Carabao Cup quarter-final draw? Time, TV channel and dates


West Ham scored a dramatic penalty shootout win over Man City (Picture: Getty Images)

There have been some dramatic scenes in the fourth round of the Carabao Cup this week, leaving eight teams remaining ahead of this weekend’s quarter-final draw.

Manchester City, the team that has won the last four editions of the tournament, were upset by West Ham on Wednesday night, with the Hammers squeezing through on penalties.

The Hammers also ousted Manchester United earlier in the competition, but there is no shortage of big clubs left.

Chelsea and Arsenal came through the fourth round on Tuesday, with Leicester, Tottenham and Liverpool joining them on Wednesday night.

Brentford are still going strong, while League One Sunderland is the surprise name still in the hat.

When is the Carabao Cup quarter-final draw?

The draw will take place on Saturday 30 October.

How to watch the Carabao Cup quarter-final draw?

The time of the draw is not completely clear as it will be hosted during Soccer AM, but that runs from 10.30am until midday, so watch the show to see the draw.

Soccer AM is live on Sky Sports Premier League and Sky Sports Football. Streaming is available on Sky Go or the Sky Sports app for subscribers.



Carabao Cup quarter-final teams

  • Arsenal
  • Brentford
  • Chelsea
  • Leicester City
  • Liverpool
  • Sunderland
  • Tottenham Hotspur
  • West Ham United

When will the quarter-finals be played?

The quarter-finals will be played in the week beginning 20 December, in single-leg ties.

The semi-finals are played over two legs beginning in the week starting 3 January, with the final on 27 February at Wembley.


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