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Capital One Cup
The Premier League's elite clubs learn their fate in the last 16 of the League Cup.Getty Images
22:15

Well that is all we have time for from this fourth round draw. Below is a round up of the ties to be played the week starting 26 October in case you missed it. Until next time, goodbye.

Man City v Crystal Palace

Liverpool/Carlisle v Bournemouth

Manchester United v Middlesbrough

Everton v Norwich

Southampton v Aston Villa

Sheffield Wednesday v Arsenal

Hull City v Leicester City

Stoke City v Chelsea

22:10

Well the thing that sticks out like a sore thumb is the big teams have been protected in this draw. Arsenal, Chelsea, Manchester City and Manchester United will all be happy with that. Sheffield Wednesday hosting the Gunners is probably he tie of the round, given The Owls' victory over Newcastle tonight.

22:09

Stoke City v Chelsea

22:08

Hull City v Leicester City

22:08

Sheffield Wednesday v Arsenal

22:08

Southampton v Aston Villa

22:07

Everton v Norwich City

22:07

Manchester United v Middlesbrough

22:07

Liverpool or Carlisle United v AFC Bournemouth

22:06

Manchester City v Crystal Palace

22:06

Ok here we go. Scott Minto is the master of ceremonies. Matt's Le Tissier and Murray will conduct the draw. Here we go....

22:04

The waiting is nearly over, the fourth round draw for the Capital One Cup is on the way. Liverpool and Carlisle deep in extra time at Anfield and both sides, separated by fourth divisions, are still level at 1-1.

21:53

Bit of delay tactics from Sky Sports so let's run down a few of the results. Crystal Palace have seen off Charlton Athletic in a London derby at Selhurst Park. Milton Keynes have been unable to repeat the heroics of last season when they knocked out Manchester United, after being hit for six by Southampton at Stadium MK.

As mentioned previously, Newcastle have been dumped out by Sheffield Wednesday while the all-Premier League clash at Carrow Road has seen Norwich beat West Brom. Elsewhere, Arsenal have overcome Tottenham in the north London derby and Chelsea have seen off Walsall.

The two 8pm kick-offs have gone in vastly different directions, with United seeing off Ipswich thanks to another Anthony Martial goal, while Liverpool and Carlisle United will go to extra time after a 1-1 draw in normal time. Anything but ideal for Brendan Rodgers.

21:41

As you will have gathered from our live blog, one Premier League side who will not be joining the big guns in the draw will be Newcastle United who have been dumped out by Championship side Sheffield Wednesday. The pressure on Steve McClaren swells.

21:37

Full time at White Hart Lane and Arsenal overcome North London rivals Tottenham Hotspur to reach the fourth round. They join a host of big name clubs including Chelsea, who have overcome Walsall, and 2014 winners Manchester City. Manchester United are currently leading Ipswich Town while Liverpool are being held by League Two side Carlisle United. Those sides will be in the draw as their game continue, which is coming up in the next couple of minutes.