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Published: 23:00 | 21/9/16

EFL meeting for United and City


Jose Mourinho and Pep Guardiola will go head-to-head for the second time in the space of six weeks after Manchester United were drawn at home to Manchester City in the fourth round of the EFL Cup.

Guardiola emerged victorious when the two sides met in the Premier League earlier this month but Mourinho will revenge on his mind when United host their nearest neighbours at Old Trafford.

The fourth round draw threw up a number of interesting ties with Liverpool and Tottenham set to battle it out for a place in the quarter-finals, while West Ham will be hoping to end Chelsea's run in the competition when they meet at the London Stadium in the week of October 24.

There is another all-Premier League clash with Southampton set to meet Sunderland, while Arsenal will host Reading at the Emirates Stadium. Hull have been drawn against Bristol City.

Norwich defeated Everton to reach the fourth round and their reward is a meeting with Leeds, while Preston will take on Newcastle.

EFL Cup fourth round draw

West Ham v Chelsea

Manchester United v Manchester City

Arsenal v Reading

Liverpool v Tottenham

Bristol City v Hull

Leeds v Norwich

Newcastle v Preston

Southampton v Sunderland

Ties to be played in week commencing October 24

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