Carabao Cup fourth round draw completed ahead of third round fixtures

first_imgAdvertisement Jose Mourinho and Frank Lampard could meet in round four (Picture: Getty Images)The draw for the Carabao Cup fourth round has been made, with some potentially great matches, but we will have to play the third round first to find out who will play who.The second round came to a conclusion on Thursday night and the third will be played next week.The early stages of the competition are being rattled through, with the fourth round going ahead the following week (commencing 28 September) after which there will be just eight teams remaining.There could be some huge contests in the fourth round, including Liverpool vs Arsenal and Tottenham vs Chelsea, but they must all win a game first to set them up.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENTCarabao Cup fourth round drawLincoln City/Liverpool v Leicester City/ArsenalMillwall/Burnley v Manchester City/BournemouthWest Brom/Brentford v Fulham/Sheffield WednesdayFleetwood Town/Everton v West Ham/Hull CityBristol City/Aston Villa v Stoke City/GillinghamLeyton Orient/Tottenham v Chelsea/BarnsleyNewport County/Watford v Morecambe/Newcastle UnitedPreston North End/Brighton v Luton Town/Manchester UnitedMore: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man CityCarabao Cup third round drawLincoln City vs LiverpoolBristol City vs Aston VillaChelsea vs BarnsleyPreston vs BrightonFleetwood vs EvertonFulham vs Sheffield WednesdayLeicester vs ArsenalLeyton Orient vs TottenhamManchester City vs BournemouthMillwall vs BurnleyMorecambe vs Newcastle UnitedNewport vs WatfordLuton Town vs Manchester UnitedWest Brom vs BrentfordWest Ham vs Hull CityStoke City vs Coventry CityMORE: Slaven Bilic heaps praise on Frank Lampard as West Brom complete loan signing of Chelsea’s Conor GallagherMORE: William Saliba reveals Arsenal ambition after accepting iconic No.4 squad numberFollow Metro Sport across our social channels, on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.For more stories like this, check our sport page. Comment Carabao Cup fourth round draw completed ahead of third round fixturescenter_img Advertisement Metro Sport ReporterThursday 17 Sep 2020 10:27 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy linklast_img read more

Toscanini on the march

first_img Press Association Trainer Michael Halford has pinpointed the seven-furlong Group Three as the long-term objective for the three-year-old colt, who was runner-up to Richard Pankhurst in the Chesham Stakes over course and distance at the big meeting last summer. Toscanini ended last season as a leading Irish juvenile after finishing second to subsequent Qipco 2000 Guineas hero Gleneagles in the National Stakes at the Curragh. Toscanini could make make his seasonal debut at Navan on Sunday ahead of a tilt at the Jersey Stakes at Royal Ascot.center_img The son of Shamardal, who has early-closing entries in the new Group One Commonwealth Cup over six furlongs at the Royal meeting and the Darley July Cup at Newmarket, could reappear in the Brews Hill Race over an extended five furlongs at the weekend. Should Halford decided to wait a little longer, Toscanini would have two options at Naas on June 1. “He’s entered on Sunday in Navan. He’s in good form and he’s ready to start off,” said the County Kildare handler. “If he doesn’t go there he will go to Naas on June 1. He has a choice of races there, a six-furlong race and a seven-furlong race. “His main aim is the Jersey Stakes at Royal Ascot. “His two-year-old form was very strong.” last_img read more