After Wednesday night's (29 October) final round of fourth-round games, eight teams will remain in the race to challenge for the first piece of silverware of the season. The quarter-finals of the EFL Cup await for those sides; here's how you can follow tonight's draw.
Where can I watch the quarter-final draw?
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).
Who will be in the draw?
Arsenal eased into the last eight thanks to a comfortable victory over Reading at the Emirates on Tuesday, while Liverpool saw off the challenge of Tottenham Hotspur to book their place in the next round. Newcastle United continued their winning run after thrashing Preston at St James' Park, while Hull City enjoyed some respite from their recent poor form, securing a victory away at Bristol City. Leeds United meanwhile saw off Championship rivals Norwich City on penalties to secure their place.
Three more fixtures take place on Wednesday night. They are:
Southampton vs Sunderland
West Ham United vs Chelsea
Manchester United vs Manchester City
When will the fifth round ties be played?
The next round of fixtures are expected to take place on Tuesday 29 November and Wednesday 30 November.