Carabao Cup 2020 – Fourth Round Draw – Live TV Coverage on Sky Sports

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Carabao Cup Draw

The Carabao Cup fourth round draw will be made this evening, following the Brighton & Hove Albion v Portsmouth second round tie.

The draw will be made on an either/or basis as the third round fixtures will not yet have been completed.

This is to help enable the EFL, clubs and broadcasters to plan with additional clarity over a busy period of fixtures.

Sky Sports presenter Laura Woods will host the draw, with former Aston Villa midfielder Lee Hendrie selecting the ties.

Round Three ties will take place week commencing 21 September with round four being played the following week commencing 28 September.

Four matches will be broadcast live on Sky Sports from each round.

UPDATE: The Fourth Round Draw

Lincoln City or Liverpool v Leicester City or Arsenal

Millwall or Burnley v Manchester City or Bournemouth

West Ham or Brentford v Fulham or Sheffield Wednesday

Fleetwood Town or Everton v West Ham or Hull City

Bristol City or Aston Villa v Stoke City or Gillingham

Leyton Orient or Tottenham v Chelsea or Barnsley

Newport or Watford v Morecambe or Newcastle United

Preston or Brighton v Luton or Manchester United

Posted on Thursday 17 September 2020
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