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Man Utd handed testing Spurs tie

Manchester United's players celebrate at Wembley
Man Utd beat Spurs in the Carling Cup final last season

Carling Cup holders Manchester United will host Tottenham in the quarter-finals, while Manchester City will be at home to Arsenal.

Chelsea face a trip to Blackburn in the last eight, while Portsmouth will play Aston Villa at Fratton Park.

The game between United and Spurs will be a repeat of last year's final when Sir Alex Ferguson's side beat the White Hart Lane club on penalties.

The quarter-final matches will take place week beginning 30 November.

City beat Arsenal 4-2 earlier this season in controversial circumstances and their tie could again pit Emmanuel Adebayor against his former Gunners team-mates.

Adebayor was banned for a stamp on Robin van Persie and fined for his celebration after scoring in City's win.

Quarter-final draw:

Blackburn v Chelsea

Manchester City v Arsenal

Manchester United v Tottenham

Portsmouth v Aston Villa

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see also
Man Utd 0-0 Tottenham (aet)
01 Mar 09 |  League Cup
Adebayor handed three-match ban
17 Sep 09 |  Premier League
Arsenal 2-1 Liverpool
28 Oct 09 |  League Cup
Barnsley 0-2 Man Utd
27 Oct 09 |  League Cup
Blackburn 5-2 Peterborough
27 Oct 09 |  League Cup
Chelsea 4-0 Bolton
28 Oct 09 |  League Cup
Man City 5-1 Scunthorpe
28 Oct 09 |  League Cup
Portsmouth 4-0 Stoke
27 Oct 09 |  League Cup
Tottenham 2-0 Everton
27 Oct 09 |  League Cup
Sunderland 0-0 Aston Villa
27 Oct 09 |  League Cup

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