League Cup fourth-round draw

Chelsea will host Manchester United in the fourth round of the Capital One Cup, while Bradford head to Wigan and Liverpool welcome Swansea.

Last Updated: 26/09/12 at 22:37

Capital One Cup: Fourth round draw made

Capital One Cup: Fourth round draw made

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United will travel to Stamford Bridge after seeing off Newcastle 2-1 at Old Trafford on Wednesday night. The Blues hammered Wolves 6-0 in the last round on Tuesday.

Holders Liverpool will welcome Swansea to Anfield in a match which will see Reds boss Brendan Rodgers go up against his former club.

Liverpool came from behind to see off West Brom on Wednesday night, while the Swans scraped past Crawley on Tuesday.

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 Man Utd

Reading v Arsenal

Ties to be played week commencing October 29.

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