After Wednesday night's (30 November) final round of quarter-final games, four teams will remain in the competition that will guarantee the teams their first silverware of the season.
Where can I watch the semi-final draw?
The draw itself is scheduled to follow immediately after the fourth round tie between Manchester United and West Ham United which starts at 8pm BST with Sky Sports 1 providing live TV coverage. Should the game finish after 90 minutes, we can expect the draw to take place just after 10pm GMT. Should the match go into extra-time or even penalties, the draw will follow afterwards.
You can watch the draw live on Sky Sports 1 and Sky Sports 1 HD.
Who will be in the draw?
Liverpool were the first team to qualify for the last four after their 2-0 win over Leeds United. They are looking to make their second final in as many years after losing the summit clash to Manchester City last season. Hull City booked their place in the semi-finals following a penalty shootout win over Championship highflyers Newcastle United.
Arsenal, Manchester United, West Ham and Southampton are the four other teams battling for a place in the last four stage of the competition.
Wednesday night fixtures include
Manchester United vs West Ham United
When will the semi-final and final ties be played?
The semi-finals first leg will be played on 9 January, 2017, while the second leg will be played on 23 January.
The final of the EFL Cup will be played on 26th February at Wembley Stadium.