Carabao Cup Quarter-Finals Draw: Date, Time, How and Where to Watch

Find out everything in detail about the draw of the quarter-finals of the Carabao Cup 2021/22, date, time, and where to watch.

City with Carabao Cup
City with Carabao Cup

It is time for the quarter-finals of the Carabao Cup 2021/22. With three teams making their way through to the quarters, fans are now exhilarated to know the names of the five remaining teams that will be decided by today. The draw of the quarter-finals of the tournament will take place soon.

Interestingly, Arsenal and Chelsea have already booked their place in the quarter-finals of the Carabao Cup 2021/22. Along with them, Sunderland also earned the spot after defeating Queens Park Rangers FC in a close penalty shoot-out yesterday.

Manchester City is the defending champions of the Carabao Cup and will face West Ham United in the pre-quarters today. Intriguingly, they have been continuously winning the tournament since 2018 and thus, made a hat-trick of wins last year.

All you need to know about the quarter-final draw of the Carabao Cup 2021/22

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Manchester City

The draw of the quarter-finals of the 2021/22 Carabao Cup will take place on Saturday, October 30, 2021. It will be telecasted live on Sky Sports’ Soccer AM at 10:30 a.m BST.

The former midfielder, Jimmy Bullard, and actor Daniel Mays will be the star hosts who will be anchoring the draw live. In a recent interview, Bullard recalled his Carabao Cup Final appearance in 2006 and hailed it as one of the proudest moments in his football career.

“I’m absolutely buzzing to be making the draw, it’s a real honour. One of the proudest moments in my career was playing in the League Cup final in 2006 with Wigan Athletic,” said Bullard in the interview.

Fans can watch the draw live on Sky Sports’ Football and Premier League channels. Apart from this, they can also watch the live stream of the draw online via Sky Go but will require the Sky Sports subscription for the same.

If Manchester City, Liverpool, Leicester City, and Tottenham Hotspurs, all qualify for the quarters of the Carabao Cup 2021, it will be intriguing to see who plays whom, especially when the Blues and Gunners have already earned their place in the quarters. Who will emerge as the winner of the tournament this year?

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