The 4th Round of the Capital One Cup concludes tonight, with Chelsea, Manchester United, Tottenham, Norwich, Liverpool and Swansea all battling for the final three spots in Round 5.

After 12 goals at the Madejski Stadium last night in the only all-Premier League encounter between Reading and Arsenal, today’s three top tier ties have a lot to live up to.

The tie of Round 4 is Chelsea v Manchester United at Stamford Bridge, which has only been added to by Sunday’s events.

We should be able to look forward to the levels of excitement seen at the weekend as Chelsea had two men sent off and Man United emerged 3-2 winners.

The match at the Bridge isn’t all that’s on the agenda though, as Norwich City host Tottenham Hotspur and Liverpool play Swansea City at Anfield, with Brendan Rodgers welcoming back his former club in the latter encounter.

Follow all the action in our Capital One Cup Round 4 Live Blog below…

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  • Simon
    1 year ago

    Does any know how more games does AVB need to realise that taking off a creative midfield player for a defensive midfielder or defender equals one or more conceeded goals within minutes? When is he going to grow some balls and leave the side unchanged when cruising and in front and leave tinkering for when we are chasing a game, Ferguson would, Harry would and most managers would!! If AVB had brains we would be dangerous! Goodnite

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  • oll_llo
    1 year ago

    Read more at scoringdaily.blogspot.sg

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