The Carabao Cup Semi-Final draw will take place tonight, live on Sky Sports.
It’ll take place at the Emirates Stadium following the conclusion of the North London derby – Arsenal v Tottenham – which kicks-off at 7.45pm
The draw will be made by well-known Arsenal fan and Good Morning Britain presenter Piers Morgan and former Tottenham Hotspur striker Peter Crouch.
“As an Arsenal fan I’m honoured to make the draw for the Carabao Cup Semi-Finals, obviously I think we’ll beat Spurs on Wednesday so hopefully I can pull out a decent tie for the Gunners and we can make it all the way to Wembley,” said Morgan.
Manchester City are already in the draw after defeating Leicester City on penalties following a 1-1 draw. Burton Albion are also in the draw after securing a 1-0 win over Middlesbrough on Tuesday Night.
Peter Crouch, who has made 33 appearances in the competition scoring 15 goals, said: “I’ve got some fantastic memories of playing in the EFL Cup, it’s a great platform for young players to be given a chance to shine and we’ve already seen that this season with the likes of Phil Foden impressing for Manchester City. I’m always rooting for my previous Clubs so I hope Tottenham can go all the way.”
UPDATED: The Draw
Manchester City v Burton Albion
Tottenham v Chelsea
Semi-Final matches are over two legs and will be played week commencing 7 January and 21 January with all matches set to be shown on Sky Sports.
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