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League Cup: Fourth Round draw

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Premier League giants Chelsea and Manchester United have been drawn against each other in a mouth-watering fourth round tie in this season's Capital One Cup.

The two sides, who have met four times in the competition's history, will clash at Stamford Bridge following victories over Wolves (6-0) and Newcastle United (2-1).

Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers will face old side Swansea City at Anfield, with a Nuri Sahin double helping the holders advance to this stage against West Brom.

Arsenal, who thrashed Coventry City 6-1 at the Emirates Stadium last night, will travel to Reading after they overcame QPR.

Sunderland host Middlesbrough in a North East battle, whilst League One Swindon Town have another scalp on the mind with a home clash against Aston Villa.

Bradford City, the lowest ranked team left in the competition, travel to Wigan Athletic; Tottenham Hotspur face Norwich City at Carrow Road in an all Premier League encounter.

Finally, Leeds have been rewarded for their win over Everton with another home tie in the Premier League, with Southampton making the trip to Elland Road.
 

Capital One Cup fourth round draw:

Sunderland v Middlesbrough

Swindon v Aston Villa

Wigan v Bradford

Leeds v Southampton

Norwich v Tottenham

Liverpool v Swansea

Chelsea v Manchester United

Reading v Arsenal

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