The fourth round will see 16 teams in the hat – and there’s a twist as to where the draw will be taking place
The Carabao Cup third round saw plenty of thrills and spills earlier tonight.
Ten ties took place this evening, with nine Premier League teams in action.
Holders Manchester City, who have won the last four editions of the competition, survived a scare against League One Wycombe Wanderers before sealing a comprehensive 6-1 victory in a game where they trailed.
Burnley and Brentford sealed big wins against lower-league opposition elsewhere whilst three games went to spot-kicks.
Here is all you need to know about the details for the fourth round.
When is the draw?
The draw for the fourth round takes place on Wednesday, September 22.
That game is live on Sky Sports Football and kicks off at 7.45pm. The draw takes place straight after, possibly as late as 10pm if penalties are required.
Who is conducting the draw?
Micah Richards and Harry Redknapp will be undertaking draw duties from a special location.
It will be done live from Potton Bowls Club in rural Bedfordshire.
It comes after Arsenal fan Gary Gunn was named as winner of Carabao’s ‘Win the Draw’ competition, which allowed fans to get the chance to see the fourth round proceedings up close and personal.
Speaking on his big win, Gary, 58, said: “It’s not often things like this happen in Potton, it’s a small market town and our bowls club is at the heart of the community.
“We’re excited already at the prospect of hosting the Carabao Cup draw, and we know the whole town is going to be smiling from ear to ear when the cameras arrive.”
Confirmed teams in the draw
Ties to be decided on Wednesday
Brighton v Swansea
Arsenal v Wimbledon
Chelsea v Aston Villa
Manchester Utd v West Ham
Millwall v Leicester
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