The Carabao Cup fourth round will get underway this week with the Premier League’s big-hitters in motion.
With a spot within the quarter-finals up for grabs, the main focus for the remaining 16 teams shall be on ensuring that they’re within the hat for the next round.
The week’s motion will get underway with three ties taking place within the capital on Tuesday night.
However with such a congested fixture list for Premier League sides this season, fans shall be anxious to avoid their stars playing longer than they must.
Is there extra time in the Carabao Cup this season?
Sure there is…however a further half-hour won’t come into play during any of the fourth-round fixtures this week.
That’s because all matches that finish as a draw within the first 5 rounds will go straight to penalties with no additional time.
This means that replays – which have been reintroduced in the FA Cup – won’t be a priority for Premier League bosses this week.
Each the Carabao Cup semi-finals and the finals will, nonetheless, contain additional time if the respective ties can’t be decided inside 90 minutes
Carabao Cup: Full schedule
- Round 4 – w/c 25 October 2021
- Quarter-Finals – w/c 20 December 2021
- Semi-Final first legs – w/c 3 January 2022
- Semi-Final second legs – w/c 10 January 2022
- Final – Sunday 27 February 2022
Carabao Cup final: UECL qualification
The winner of the Carabao Cup will safe qualification to the UEFA Europa Conference League subsequent season.
As City received the cup final time period and had already secured Champions League soccer, the spot was handed to the next highest-placed team who had not certified for a European match.
Tottenham claimed the place within the inaugural UECL during this term.
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