Capital One Cup draw

The Capital One Cup fourth round features five all-Premier League clashes after the draw was made after Manchester United's 1-0 victory over Liverpool.

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Capital One Cup fourth round: Draw has thrown up Arsenal v Chelsea

Capital One Cup fourth round: Draw has thrown up Arsenal v Chelsea

The most eye-catching fixture sees Arsenal pitted against London rivals Chelsea following their tense penalty shoot-out win over West Brom.

Manchester United face Norwich City at home while neighbours Manchester City will visit Newcastle United.

Tottenham will face Premier League new-boys Hull and Sunderland will take on Southampton at the Stadium of Light.

The other fixtures see Fulham visit Leicester, Stoke visit Birmingham City and West Ham visit Burnley.

Capital One Cup fourth-round draw in full:

Sunderland v Southampton

Leicester City v Fulham

Birmingham City v Stoke City

Manchester United v Norwich City

Burnley v West Ham United

Arsenal v Chelsea

Tottenham v Hull City

Newcastle United v Manchester City

Ties to be played on October 29 and 30

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