The Carabao Cup is down to the last eight after another thrilling night of fixtures unfolded on Wednesday and Express Sport are here to simulate this morning’s quarter-final draw.
Manchester United booked their place in the quarter-finals as Marcus Rashford’s stunning late free-kick saw them beat Chelsea 2-1.
The best drama of the round was witnessed at Anfield, though, as Liverpool overcame Arsenal in a stunning encounter.
The Reds successfully dispatched all five of their penalties in the shootout after an incredible 5-5 draw in normal time.
Aston Villa are also in the last eight having beaten Midlands rivals Wolves 2-1, while Carabao Cup holders Manchester City take their place following a 3-1 victory over Southampton.
Leicester and Everton complete the list of Premier League representatives in the quarter-finals following 3-1 and 2-0 wins over Burton and Watford respectively.
League One side Oxford have shocked football fans with their Carabao Cup run this season and are in the last eight following a round of 16 win over Sunderland.
But, not to be outdone, League Two Colchester are also in the pot having won 3-1 away at Crawley on Tuesday night.
The Carabao Cup quarter-finals draw will take place at 8.45am this morning, with supporters sure to tune in from all over the world.
And, while Express Sport will be bringing you live coverage as it happens, we know fans are eager to know who their team will face.
We’ve simulated the upcoming Carabao Cup draw using the eight teams left in this year’s competition.
And the quarter-final fixtures we’re predicting are listed below, with some juicy ties thrown up.
Carabao Cup quarter-final predicted fixtures
Liverpool vs Manchester United
Oxford United vs Colchester United
Leicester vs Aston Villa
Manchester City vs Everton
Carabao Cup quarter-final draw key information
The Carabao Cup quarter-final draw is scheduled to take place at 8.45am this morning.
It will be broadcast live on The Zoe Ball Breakfast Show on BBC Radio 2.
Express Sport will be on hand with live coverage as Zoe Ball and former England star David James conduct the draw.
The fixtures drawn will be scheduled to take place in the week commencing December 16.