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  • Quarter-final draw: Liverpool vs Leeds United, Manchester United vs West Ham United, Hull City vs Newcastle United, Arsenal vs Southampton.
  • Fixtures to be played in the week commencing on the 28 November.

So Arsenal, Liverpool and Manchester United all get ties at home. Favourable ties, too, you have to admit, given they could have easily drawn each other tonight. Newcastle United's hopes of ending their wait for silverware are still alive too having been drawn with Premier League strugglers Hull City.

Here we go, your EFL Cup quarter-final fixtures:

Liverpool vs Leeds United

Manchester United vs West Ham United

Hull City vs Newcastle United

Arsenal vs Southampton

Fixtures to be played in the week commencing on the 28 November.





Finally! Here we go with the draw for the EFL Cup quarter-finals...

Don't worry, we are still waiting here too.

We are just waiting for Sky Sports to shift focus onto the quarter-final draw. The ball is in their court this evening.

So here are the eight teams in the draw and the numbers to look out for.

1) Arsenal
2) Hull City
3) Leeds United
4) Liverpool
5) Newcastle United
6) Manchester United
7) Southampton
8) West Ham United

The final whistle has blown at Old Trafford and Manchester United have knocked their neighbours Manchester City out of the EFL Cup. Their name goes in the hat for the draw.

Southampton and West Ham United will take numbers seven and eight respectively. The Saints have consigned Sunderland to yet another defeat thanks to a fine winner from Sofiane Boufal while Slaven Bilic's side have seen off London rivals Chelsea by two goals to one.

Manchester United meanwhile lead Manchester City with just four minutes of that match remaining. The draw will follow shortly after the final whistle there.

As it stands, Manchester United, Southampton and West Ham United will be the last three teams in the hat for tonight's draw.

Here are the numbers to look out for tonight.

1) Arsenal
2) Hull City
3) Leeds United
4) Liverpool
5) Newcastle United
6) Manchester United/Manchester City
7) Southampton/Sunderland
8) West Ham United/Chelsea

Five teams sealed their places in the draw for the quarter-final last night with Arsenal, Leeds United, Liverpool, Hull City and Newcastle United all ensuring their names are in the hat. Three more will join them shortly.

The draw itself is scheduled to follow immediately after the fourth round tie between Manchester United and Manchester City. Should the game finish after 90 minutes, we can expect the draw to take place just before 10pm (BST). Should the match go to extra-time or even penalties, the draw will follow afterwards.

You can watch the draw live on Sky Sports 1, whose broadcast of the second Manchester derby of the season begins at 7pm (BST).

Leeds celebrated a penalty shoot out win over Norwich City. Getty
  • Draw to follow Manchester United vs Manchester City (10pm approximately).
  • Liverpool and Arsenal booked their place in the draw on Tuesday night with victories over Tottenham Hotspur and Reading respectively.
  • Newcastle United and Leeds United the only remaining sides outside of the Premier League.