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Carling Cup R4 Draw Date & More

Manchester City go into the Carling Cup fourth round draw after beating Fulham 2-1 (aet). The draw for the next round takes place this Saturday, 26 September 2009 at 12:15 BST, live on Sky Sports News.

2009/10 Round Dates

Round 4 - week commencing 26 October

Round 5 - week commencing 30 November

Semi-Final First Leg - week commencing 4 January 2010

Semi-Final Second Leg - week commencing 18 January

Final - Sunday 28 February (Wembley Stadium)

Last 16:

Arsenal
Aston Villa
Barnsley
Blackburn
Bolton
Chelsea
Everton
Liverpool
Manchester City
Manchester United
Peterborough
Portsmouth
Scunthorpe
Stoke
Sunderland
Tottenham

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Writer: Tudor Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday September 24 2009

Time: 4:36PM

Your Comments

Bring on manure PLEASE.....
mark.mcfc.wedged
13 PL teams. Rags will get Scunthorpe. At Home.
Johnny Baguette
I'd prefer ManUre in the final. How about Totteham in the next round?
Tudor
If we're at home, don't care who we draw. If it's away, then please let it be one of manure, notlob, Everton, Liverpool or Blackburn, all nice and easy to get to. Pompey and Sunderland? No thanks, maybe if it was a quarter or semi, but the 8 hour drive isn't for me! (Fairweather fan eh?)
fifthcolumnblue
Actually JB, I'd lay money on the rags drawing Peterborough (AT HOME!!!!) so the media can have a field day about "father vs son" etc. etc.
fifthcolumnblue
Knowing our luck we'll probably get Chelski, Arsenal or Liverpool away.....you watch it'll happen.
bluesnozza
We'll probably be drawn away to Chelsea as they'll take it seriously but maybe we'll be lucky for once and get Barnsley, Peterborough or Scunthorpe at home?!
Kevinho
S**nthorpe at home we got. !!!!
MCFC_Goatboy
Home to Scunthorpe United! It can't get any better than this and there can be no excuses now.
Kevinho
I'll have to polish my crystal balls a bit better. I bet they bring more than Fulham did.
Johnny Baguette
JB - Nobody could bring less than the Fulham 60 or whatever it was on Wednesday, the sad thing is that Fulham probably won't bring a lot more to the league game in a few weeks time and I remember seeing a Saturday lunchtime match on Sky last year where they took about 150 fans to Everton!
Kevinho
 

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