Man Utd Draw Newcastle in Fourth Round of 2023-24 Carabao Cup

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Manchester United have drawn Newcastle United in the Fourth Round of 2023-24 Carabao Cup, in a rematch of last season’s Final. 

Reigning champions, Manchester United will host Newcastle United at Old Trafford in a rematch of last season’s final, which Erik ten Hag’s Red Devils won 2-0 at Wembley Stadium, London.

David Moyes’ West Ham will meet Arsenal at the London Stadium in a London derby, which guarantees at least one London-based club reaching the Quarter-Finals.

Record nine-time champions, Liverpool face a tricky trip to Bournemouth, after the Cherries comfortably dispatched Stoke for their second win of the season in all competitions.

Sean Dyche’s Everton will take on his former team, Burnley at Goodison Park as both teams look for a lengthy cup run, due to their league struggles so far this season.

Fulham will look to avoid becoming a second Premier League scalp at Portman Road as they visit Ipswich, who had recovered from two goals down to eliminate Wolves in the Third Round.

Mauricio Pochettino’s Chelsea will face Blackburn Rovers at Stamford Bridge after the pair won Third Round ties against fellow teams in respective leagues, as the Blues scraped past Brighton in an all Premier League tie whilst Championship’s Blackburn hammered Cardiff in a 5-2 thriller.

Exeter City’s reward for causing a cupset at home to Luton is another home tie but this time against Championship’s Middlesbrough at St James’ Park.

At least one team from the third or fourth tier will feature in the Quarter-Finals, after League Two’s Mansfield were drawn at home to League One’s Port Vale in the first tie drawn out of the pot.

Fourth Round ties will be played across 31 October – 1 November with two matches selected for live broadcast on Sky Sports.

Here is the Fourth Round draw in full.

Home Team v Away Team
Mansfield v Port Vale
Ipswich Town v Fulham
Manchester United v Newcastle United
Bournemouth v Liverpool
Chelsea v Blackburn Rovers
West Ham v Arsenal
Everton v Burnley
Exeter City v Middlesbrough

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