Reigning champions, Liverpool will visit Manchester City in a blockbuster Fourth Round tie in 2022-23 Carabao Cup.
The mouth-watering encounter between two Premier League giants – who contested the 2015-16 Final won by Man City on penalties – will see City host Liverpool at the Etihad Stadium, just days after the 2022 FIFA World Cup Final.
Newcastle manager, Eddie Howe will face his former team as the Magpies host Bournemouth at St James’ Park in another all Premier League encounter for both clubs, who saw off Crystal Palace and Everton respectively in the Third Round.
Vincent Kompany’s Burnley will look to cause a cupset away at Manchester United, as the ex Man City player looks to wreak havoc on his first trip to Old Trafford as a manager.
League One’s MK Dons have been drawn at home to Leicester City as the Dons look to knock out the Premier League opposition at Stadium MK.
Charlton’s reward for being the last London-based club standing in this competition this season is a home tie against Brighton & Hove Albion at The Valley, where the League One club dare to cause a giant killing against the fearsome Seagulls.
Blackburn Rovers will host Nottingham Forest at Ewood Park after the pair upset London opposition, West Ham and Tottenham Hotspur in the Third Round respectively.
Gillingham look to claim a second consecutive top-flight scalp as they visit Wolves at Molineux, having already dumped Brentford out on penalties.
Nathan Jones’ home debut as Southampton manager will see the Saints host Lincoln City at St Mary’s Stadium.
Fourth Round ties will be played across the week commencing 19 December, representing an early return to action for Premier League clubs still involved in the competition after the FIFA World Cup finishes on 18 December.
|Home Team||v||Away Team|
|Blackburn Rovers||v||Nottingham Forest|
|MK Dons||v||Leicester City|