LONDON: Holders Manchester United have been drawn at home in a domestic cup competition for a record 12th time after being matched with Newcastle in the League Cup fourth round, a repeat of last year’s final.

Erik ten Hag’s side break Shrewsbury’s record for most consecutive home draw in cup competitions, and take on the conquerors of their city rivals, with Eddie Howe’s side having beaten Manchester City 1-0 on Wednesday.

Elsewhere, Liverpool travel to Bournemouth, Chelsea host Blackburn and Arsenal head to West Ham in the fourth round.

Ipswich, who beat Premier League side Wolves in the third round, get another Prem side, hosting Fulham, while Exeter’s reward for knocking out Luton is a home tie with Middlesbrough.

Carabao Cup fourth round draw in full:
Ties to be played week commencing October 30

Mansfield vs Port Vale
Ipswich vs Fulham
Manchester United vs Newcastle United
Bournemouth vs Liverpool
Chelsea vs Blackburn
West Ham vs Arsenal
Everton vs Burnley
Exeter vs Middlesbrough