English Premiership

Draw: League Cup Round 4

2015-09-24 08:31
Lewis McGugan (Getty Images)

London - Second-tier Sheffield Wednesday's reward for eliminating Premier League strugglers Newcastle United in the League Cup on Wednesday was a home tie with Arsenal in the fourth-round draw.

Wednesday won 1-0 at St James' Park courtesy of a late Lewis McGugan strike and were then paired with Arsenal, who won 2-1 at Tottenham Hotspur courtesy of an unlikely double by Mathieu Flamini.

Premier League leaders Manchester City were drawn to play Crystal Palace, while League Cup holders Chelsea also face an all-top-flight tie away at Stoke City.

Manchester United, meanwhile, will entertain Championship side Middlesbrough after overcoming Ipswich Town 3-0.

English League Cup fourth-round draw made on Wednesday (ties to be played the week commencing October 26):

Manchester City v Crystal Palace

Liverpool or Carlisle v Bournemouth

Manchester United v Middlesbrough

Everton v Norwich

Southampton v Aston Villa

Sheffield Wednesday v Arsenal

Hull v Leicester

Stoke v Chelsea

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