Two all Premier League clashes in EFL Cup quarter-final draw

After defeating Manchester City 1-0 at Old Trafford in the last sixteen of the League Cup, Manchester United have been handed another home tie in the last eight.

Arsenal will entertain Southampton in another all-Premier League tie, while Newcastle United travel to Hull City.

Incidentally, it appears there was some minor naughtiness in the crowd.

Slaven Bilic's side are already scheduled to face United in Manchester on Sunday 27 November and, with all last-eight ties to be played in the week commencing Monday 28 November, the likelihood is that they will return within three days of the first fixture, probably on Wednesday 30 November. The game immediately afterwards is Everton away.

Tottenham were eliminated at the round of 16 by Liverpool, Daniel Sturridge's brace before a Vincent Janssen penalty being enough for Jurgen Klopp's side.

In the round of 16 West Ham's clash with Chelsea ended in victory for the hosts in the first London derby in their new stadium.

The last two times Liverpool and Leeds played each other in this competition, was in the third round, with the Reds running out 1-0 winners at Elland Road thanks to a David N'gog goal in 2009.

The fourth quarter-final sees Rafael Benitez's steamrolling Newcastle side, now top of the Championship and 6-0 fourth-round victors over Preston, face north-east rivals Hull City, who won 2-1 at Bristol City on Tuesday.

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