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Carling Cup fourth round draw

Carling Cup winner Jonathan Woodgate
Jonathan Woodgate helped Spurs to Carling Cup glory in 2008

Carling Cup holders Tottenham face Liverpool in the pick of the fourth round ties.

Last season's beaten finalists Chelsea entertain Burnley, Manchester United host QPR and Wigan visit Arsenal in one of three all-Premier League ties.

Sunderland boss Roy Keane pits his wits against former Manchester United team-mate Paul Ince - boss of Blackburn Rovers - in the third top-flight match.

The ties will be played in the week commencing 10 November.

Derby County host Leeds in the fourth round after beating Manchester City's conquerors Brighton.

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Rotherham's reward for their 3-1 win over Southampton is an away game against Stoke, while both Swansea and Watford will fancy their chances of progressing into the quarter-finals after being paired together in the only all-Championship tie.


Carling Cup fourth round draw:
Sunderland v Blackburn
Arsenal v Wigan
Chelsea v Burnley
Swansea v Watford
Manchester United v QPR
Stoke v Rotherham
Derby v Leeds
Tottenham v Liverpool



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see also
Rotherham hope for Man Utd draw
24 Sep 08 |  Rotherham
Brighton 2-2 Man City (5-3 pens)
24 Sep 08 |  League Cup
Aston Villa 0-1 QPR
24 Sep 08 |  League Cup
Watford 1-0 West Ham
23 Sep 08 |  League Cup
Rotherham 3-1 Southampton
23 Sep 08 |  League Cup
Tottenham 2-1 Chelsea
24 Feb 08 |  Football


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