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Liverpool face Arsenal, Chelsea host Man Utd in League Cup last 16

Liverpool face Arsenal, Chelsea host Man Utd in League Cup last 16

FOOTBALL: Liverpool will host Arsenal and Chelsea face Manchester United in two blockbuster League Cup fourth round ties.

Football
By AFP

Thursday 26 September 2019, 10:21AM


Liverpool will take on Arsenal in the 4th round of the Leage Cup, which begins on October 28. Photo: AFP

Liverpool will take on Arsenal in the 4th round of the Leage Cup, which begins on October 28. Photo: AFP

Wednesday's (Sept 25) draw for the last 16 produced two eye-catching ties as Jurgen Klopp's Premier League leaders take on the Gunners at Anfield and struggling United head to Stamford Bridge.

Liverpool, who have won the competition a record eight times, beat Milton Keynes Dons 2-0 to reach the fourth round, while Arsenal thrashed Nottingham Forest 5-0.

United, who last won the League Cup in 2017, needed a 5-3 penalty shoot-out victory over third tier Rochdale to limp through after a 1-1 draw at Old Trafford.

In contrast to United's latest disjointed effort, last season's runners-up Chelsea hammered Grimsby 7-1.

Southampton's prize for a first win at local rivals Portsmouth in 35 years is a trip to holders Manchester City.

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There were also all-Premier League ties between Everton and Watford and Aston Villa and Wolves.

The two lowest-ranked sides left in the competition, fourth tier pair Crawley and Colchester, were drawn together.

Leicester will travel to Burton, while in an all-League One clash Oxford will host Sunderland.

Fourth round draw

  • Everton v Watford
  • Manchester City v Southampton
  • Crawley v Colchester
  • Oxford v Sunderland
  • Aston Villa v Wolves
  • Burton v Leicester
  • Chelsea v Manchester United
  • Liverpool v Arsenal

Ties to be played in the week beginning October 28.

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