Carabao Cup draw in full as Liverpool, Chelsea and Arsenal discover opponents

The draw for the Carabao Cup draw for the quarter-final of the competition has taken place.

And yet again, there are some crackers for fans to feast on.

Earlier this week, 16 teams were whittled down to eight, with Premier League big boys leading the way.

Arsenal’s home tie against Leeds United went as smoothly as Mikel Arteta could have wanted with Calum Chambers and Eddie Nketiah providing second-half goals to snatch a 2-0 win.

Rivals Chelsea had a far tougher time in facing Southampton despite Kai Havertz opening the scoring before the break, with striker Che Adams’ goal forcing the match to be decided by a penalty shoot-out.

Misses from Theo Walcott and Will Smallbone were punished by defender Reece James, who scored the deciding penalty, having done the same in the previous round against Aston Villa.

Meanwhile, QPR suffered a defeat on penalties to League One side Sunderland after a goalless draw in normal time.

The following day it was the turn of Liverpool and Tottenham to secure their passage to the next round, beating Preston and Burnley respectively.

Reigning champions Manchester City were knocked out by West Ham on penalties, ending their incredible run in the competition.

City hadn't lost a Carabao Cup match since 2016 before the Hammers defeat.

Brentford also beat Stoke City to secure their place in the last eight

The draw for the last eight was conducted on Soccer AM this morning.

Carabao Cup quarter-final draw in full

Tottenham vs West Ham United

Arsenal vs Sunderland

Brentford vs Chelsea

Liverpool vs Leicester

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