Fixtures for the fourth round of the Carabao Cup have been confirmed following Manchester United’s shock defeat against West Ham at Old Trafford.
Manchester City will take on the Hammers, Liverpool will travel to Preston, and Arsenal, Tottenham, and Chelsea will be taking on Premier League opposition.
The draw includes 16 non-top flight teams, including Sunderland and QPR.
Daily Star Sport brings you the full draw below, with City looking to continue in their quest to win the tournament for a fifth time in a row and for a seventh time in nine seasons.
The draw took place at the Potton Bowls Club in Bedfordshire, and was conducted by former City defender Micah Richards and ex-Spurs boss Harry Redknapp.
Carabao Cup fourth round draw in full
Chelsea vs Southampton
Arsenal vs Leeds
Stoke City vs Brentford
West Ham United vs Manchester City
Leicester City vs Brighton
Burnley vs Tottenham
Queens Park Rangers vs Sunderland
Preston vs Liverpool
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The best performance of the night might well have come at Old Trafford, with a much-changed West Ham side scoring early and hanging onto their lead.
Manuel Lanzini was there to score after nine minutes. Mason Greenwood and Bruno Fernandes were unable to equalize for United.
Arsenal defeated Wimbledon by three goals to one. Tottenham and Chelsea were also victorious, while Tottenham and Aston Villa won against Wolves and Tottenham.
West Ham skipper Mark Noble was particularly pleased with West Ham’s victory, having missed a penalty with his only touch of the game as United won at the London Stadium at the weekend.
He told Sky Sports following the victory: “The last couple of days have been tough but you put your boots back on and come out to play. You could call it two glorified B teams but I thought the players were fantastic.
“Things happen in football and sport. Sunday night I was sick at home, but I got up on Wednesday to train for Wednesday.
“I have missed penalties in the past but because of the occasion it was maybe so hyped. We came to Old Trafford, one of the greatest places in the world, and thoroughly enjoyed it.