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The draw for the League Cup produced one marquee fixture, with Manchester United going to Stamford Bridge to take on Chelsea.
The draw for the fourth round of the League Cup managed to produce a massive fixture, though both teams will be unlikely to play their first team in the match. Chelsea will host Manchester United in the fourth round, and the match is one of four that features two Premier League sides up against each other. Chelsea defeated Wolves to progress on Tuesday, while Manchester United defeated Newcastle on Wednesday.
There's no guarantee that this year's League Cup will have a Cinderella, since every match features at least one Premier League club. It's entirely possible that all lower league sides could be out of the competition for the quarterfinal round. Bradford City is the only team remaining from League Two, while Swindon Town are the only surviving League One team. Leeds United and Middlesborough are the remaining representatives from the Championship.