Newcastle United or Manchester City will discover their opponents for the fourth round of the Carabao Cup later this week, as the third round of the competition takes place.
Manchester City and Newcastle United are amongst the sides to enter the competition at the third round stage, as Premier League teams competing in Europe start to also compete in the Carabao Cup.
Eddie Howe’s side reached the final at Wembley Stadium last season, meanwhile Manchester City, who have won the competition on four occasions under Pep Guardiola, were dramatically dumped out of the League Cup at the quarter-final stages.
The Sky Blues have already beaten Newcastle ahead of Wednesday’s clash at St James’ Park, with the Magpies one of six Premier League sides to have lost to Manchester City during the opening weeks of the campaign.
Manchester City are still contending with an injury crisis ahead of the midweek cup clash, as John Stones, Bernardo Silva and Kevin De Bruyne remain sidelined.
Rodri is suspended after being sent off against Nottingham Forest at the weekend, although Mateo Kovacic and Jack Grealish are close to returning to full fitness.
As some third round ties come to a conclusion, here is everything you need to know about the upcoming Carabao Cup fourth round draw.
When is the Carabao Cup fourth round draw?
The fourth round draw for the Carabao Cup is expected to take place on Wednesday 27th September at around 22:15 BST, following the conclusion of Manchester City’s third round tie at St James’ Park.
How can I watch the Carabao Cup fourth round draw?
The fourth round draw will be broadcast live on Sky Sports Football and Sky Sports Main Event for viewers in the United Kingdom.
When will Carabao Cup fourth round matches be played?
Fourth round ties are scheduled to be played on the week commencing Monday 30th October 2023.
What ball number are Manchester City?
Manchester City or Newcastle United will be ball number 16 for the fourth round draw.
Who could Manchester City potentially face in the Carabao Cup fourth round?
2 Exeter City
3 Ipswich Town
4 Manchester United
5 Mansfield Town
7 Port Vale
8 AFC Bournemouth or Stoke City
9 Aston Villa or Everton
10 Blackburn Rovers or Cardiff City
11 Brentford or Arsenal
12 Chelsea or Brighton & Hove Albion
13 Fulham or Norwich City
14 Lincoln City or West Ham United
15 Liverpool or Leicester City
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