Carabao Cup: See All 4th Round Results, Qualifiers, Losers And Quarter-Final Fixtures

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    In the Carabao Cup, eight more Premier League teams enter the fourth round, with Manchester United, Manchester City, Arsenal, Newcastle, Liverpool, Brighton and West Ham all coming into the competition.

    4th round fixtures

    In a repeat of last season’s final, Manchester United will host Newcastle.

    Additionally, Arsenal will travel to face West Ham, Chelsea will host Blackburn, and Liverpool will be on the road against Bournemouth.

    Everton will also face Burnley, while Ipswich, who are performing well, will attempt to cause an upset at home against Fulham.

    Middlesbrough from the Championship and Port Vale from League One have already secured their spots in the quarterfinals.

    Port Vale defeated Mansfield 1-0 to advance, while Middlesbrough emerged as victors in a 3-2 away win against Exeter.

    Carabao Cup Round 4 Results

    Manchester United 0-3 New Castle United


    In the previous season, defending champions Manchester United, led by Erik ten Hag, clinched the Carabao Cup title by triumphing over Newcastle United in the final held at Wembley.

    However, this season proved to be different as United suffered a 3-0 loss, failing to replicate their previous success.

    Allison opened the scoresheet before Hall made it two in the 36th minute. While the Red Devils were hoping for a second-half comeback, Willock shocked United with a powerful strike and made it 3-1

    West Ham United 3-1 Arsenal

    In the Carabao Cup fourth-round match, West Ham emerged victorious with a resounding 3-1 win over Arsenal.

    Both Premier League teams aimed to secure a spot in the quarter-finals.

    However, the Hammers shocked Arteta’s side by securing a convincing 3-1 victory.

    West Ham’s Bowen contributed to their triumph by scoring a third goal, accompanied by an own goal from Ben White and a goal by M. Kudus, ultimately guaranteeing their qualification for the EFL quarter-finals.

    Bournemouth 1-2 Liverpool

    Liverpool’s morale soared as they advanced in the Carabao Cup even though they faced difficulties in securing a 2-1 victory over Bournemouth to secure a spot in the quarter-final stage.

    Gakpo opened the scoring in the 31st minute, followed by Nunez sealing the win with the decisive goal.

    Chelsea 2-0 Blackburn Rovers

    The Blues’ confidence have ascended as they comfortably advanced in the Carabao Cup, defeating Blackburn Rovers 2-0 to secure a spot in the quarterfinals.

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    Badiashile got the ball rolling with a goal in the 30th minute of the first half, and former Manchester City star Raheem Sterling sealed the 2-0 victory.

    Everton 3-0 Burnley

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    After enduring two intense relegation battles, Everton’s perseverance finally paid off as they emerged victorious with a 3-0 win over Burnley, securing their qualification.

    Tarkowski, Onana, and Ashley Young each contributed one goal to secure the victory for the Merseyside outfit.

    Ipswich Town 1-3 Fulham

    In another successful match, Fulham defeated Ipswich Town 3-1, guaranteeing their spot in the quarter-final.

    Wilson, Muniz, and Cairney all scored one goal each, leading to the 3-1 triumph.

    Teams that have qualified for the next round

    1. Middlesbrough
    2. Port Vale
    3. West Ham United
    4. Liverpool
    5. Chelsea
    6. Everton
    7. Fulham
    8. Newcastle United

    Teams that were knocked out

    1. Arsenal

    2. Manchester United

    3. Bournemouth

    4. Blackburn Rovers

    5. Burnley

    6. Ipswich Town

    7. Mansfield

    8. Exeter

    Carabao Cup quarter-final fixtures

    The Carabao Cup quarter-finals have been finalized, with some highly anticipated matchups.

    Newcastle United, who successfully eliminated both Manchester City and defending champions Manchester United, will be heading to Stamford Bridge to face Chelsea, fighting for a spot in the semi-finals.

    In other fixtures, Liverpool will be hosting West Ham, Everton will have Fulham as their guests and Port Vale will go head-to-head with Middlesbrough.

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