The draw for the fifth round of the Carabao Cup took place on Thursday, October 26
The Carabao Cup is the new name given to the EFL Cup or the English League Cup due to a sponsorship deal with Carabao, a Thai energy drink.
The competition was founded in 1960 and is open to all 92 clubs competing in the four fully professional tiers of English football (the Premier League, Championship, League One and League Two).
Previous sponsorships have seen the League Cup go through many monikers, including the Milk Cup, Coca-Cola Cup, Carling Cup and Capital One Cup, among others.
Date Match Venue
TBC Chelsea vs Bournemouth Stamford Bridge
TBC Arsenal vs West Ham Emirates Stadium
TBC Leicester City vs Manchester City King Power Stadium
TBC Bristol City vs Manchester United Ashton Gate
The draw for the fifth round of the Carabao Cup took place on Thursday, October 26, following the conclusion of the fourth-round games.
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