Most of the Premier League clubs have played their Carabao Cup third round matches including Arsenal who won theirs in a four goal thriller, the gunners are participating in this competition without Arsene Wenger for the first time in 22 years.
The gunners defeated Brentford convincingly and the gunners have progressed to the next round of the Carabao Cup but they will however have to wait for the draw to know their next opponent in this competition. The Carabao Cup fourth round will see the teams that qualified past the third round take on each other.
So when is the draw?
The draw takes place on Saturday 29th/September/2018.
At what time is the draw?
The draw will start at 9:00PM GMT.
Will I be able to watch the draw?
The draw will be broadcasted live on Quest TV for those in UK.
The draw will also be live on Super Sport 3 for those in Africa.
You can also follow all the updates from the draw on both Carabao Cup and EFL Cup Twitter accounts.
The Arsenal fans will be hoping that they don’t get drawed with any top Premier League club in the next round, good enough for them, Manchester United was knocked out from the competition by Derby County in the third round.
Arsenal is expected to put on a fight for this competition because Unai Emery has shown interest in winning it because he recently said in a press conference that he values every competition which his team participates in.