The Carabao Cup Round Four draw will take place live on Quest on the EFL’s highlights programme at 9pm on Saturday 29 September.
The scheduled programme will be extended by a further 15 minutes to accommodate the draw, and ensure full EFL highlights from all three divisions are aired as normal.
Quest is a free to air channel that broadcasts extensive highlights of the EFL every Saturday as well as all mid-week matches and selected Carabao Cup fixtures.
The Round Four draw, hosted by Colin Murray, will decide the ties for the last 16 of the competition.
Simon Downing, Quest’s Head of Channel, said:
“We are delighted to be broadcasting the Round Four draw live. The Carabao Cup is a great competition and as it enters the Last 16, I’m sure there’ll be some really exciting match-ups which we’ll look forward to showing highlights of on ‘Carabao Cup on Quest’.”
Round Three highlights will be broadcast on Wednesday 26 September at 10.30pm.
Where to find Quest
Available free-to-air on:
• Freeview (Channel 37)
• Freesat on (Channel 167)
Available on subscription services:
• Sky (Channel 144)
• Virgin Media (Channel 172)
• BT TV (Channel 37)
Coverage is also available for live stream and on demand via QuestOD
Round Three matches take place week commencing 24 September with Manchester United v Derby County and Liverpool v Chelsea live on Sky Sports.
A total of six matches taking place in Round Three will utilise VAR as the EFL continues its commitment to support English football’s contribution to the live trial currently taking place.
These matches are as follows:
Tuesday 25 September
Manchester United v Derby County
Wolverhampton Wanderers v Leicester City
Wednesday 26 Sept
Arsenal v Brentford
West Ham United v Macclesfield Town
Liverpool v Chelsea
Tuesday 2 October
Everton v Southampton
Further details regarding VAR’s use in this season’s Carabao Cup can be found here