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Wolves, meanwhile, entered at the second round, where they brushed aside Blackpool 5-0 at Molineux. READ MORE: What John McGinn did to Ollie Watkins after Aston Villa goal as Christian Purslow celebrates READ MORE: What angry O'Neil admitted amid Luton controversy as Neto shows Wolves brilliance Can Villa and Wolves make it through to the fourth round? If they do, here are some details regarding the draw for the last 16... When is the fourth round draw? The draw for the fourth round of the Carabao Cup is due to take place on Wednesday, September 27. It is scheduled for after the live televised tie between Newcastle United and Manchester City at St James' Park, which kicks off at 8pm. So that should be from around 10. 20pm, though could be slightly later if the Newcastle match goes to penalties. Leif Davis appears unlikely to be involved even on the bench having aggravated his ankle injury on Saturday, although with manager McKenna playing down the significance of the knock following the match. George Edmundson and Elkan Baggott will probably be the centre-halves with manager McKenna having said last week that recent signing Axel Tuanzebe was at that stage in “the earlier stages of pre-season in essence”. In central midfield, Lee Evans will probably skipper against his old side with Jack Taylor and Dominic Ball options alongside the Welshman with the former Peterborough man perhaps getting the nod, although it's not impossible that regular captain Sam Morsy could play with the Egyptian international suspended for Saturday's Championship game at Huddersfield. Fellow midfielder Evans was with Wolves between January 2013 and 2018 having signed from Newport County, making 54 starts and 13 sub appearances, scoring three goals. Last week, young attacker Tawanda Chirewa joined Wolves having left the Blues after turning down new terms at Town at the end of last season but the 19-year-old appears unlikely to be involved with the first team at this stage. Tuesday’s referee is Sam Barrott, who has shown 20 yellow cards and two red in five games so far this season. One of those matches was the Blues’ opening fixture at Sunderland, which they won 2-1, in which he dismissed Black Cats right-back Trai Hume for two bookable offences and yellow-carded Morsy, Vaclav Hladky, Wes Burns and one Wearsider. ” Town have changed their entire XI for their two cup games so far and are likely to take a similar approach on Tuesday. “We’re in a good bit of form in terms of results and the cup games have been good to get to get minutes into players who want more minutes, so it’s another chance to change the team in terms of players coming in, ” Pert continued. “We haven’t looked at it yet but there will definitely be some changes and I would imagine most teams in the cup will make changes. ” The Blues assistant also anticipates the Molineux side, who drew 1-1 at Luton on Saturday having been reduced to 10 men and are 16th in the top flight, making switches of personnel but says whoever they field they’ll present stiff opposition. “Whatever team they put out they’re going to have a good team, ” he said. Carabao Cup fourth round draw time and TV detailsAston Villa and Wolverhampton Wanderers take a brief break from the Premier League this week as they turn their attention to the Carabao Cup. Villa and Wolves are both in third round action as they bid to secure a place in the last 16 of the competition. Wolves take on Championship high-flyers Ipswich Town at Portman Road on Tuesday night, while Villa face Everton in an all-Premier League tie at Villa Park on Wednesday evening. Unai Emery's Villa side - fresh from Sunday's 1-0 win at Chelsea - are only just entering the cup at this stage, having received a bye for the opening two rounds due to their involvement in the Europa Conference League this season. The teams last met at Portman Road in the Championship in January 2018 when Matt Doherty’s 15th-minute goal saw top-of-the-table Wolves, who ultimately claimed the Championship title, to a 1-0 victory over Town. Doherty nodded home a Barry Douglas cross at the far post with the impressive visitors subsequently looking more likely to add to their lead than the Blues were to level with Town keeper Bartosz Bialkowski making a number of outstanding saves. Earlier that season at Molineux, Ivan Cavaleiro’s 40th minute goal saw Wolves a 1-0 victory over the Blues. Town contained the Championship leaders until five minutes before the break and despite showing more attacking intent in the second half, rarely looked like taking anything from the game. Blues skipper Morsy was born in Wolverhampton and started his career with his hometown club but left before making a senior appearance in the old gold. Omari Hutchinson could start on the right with Marcus Harness in the centre and Cameron Humphreys on the left, as was the case against the Royals, although Sone Aluko is another option for a role in the three behind the main striker. Freddie Ladapo looks set to start as the number nine with Dane Scarlett cup-tied having played for Spurs in their on-penalties defeat to Fulham last month. In the previous round the Blues have named a strong bench and that’s likely to be the case again given the strength of the opposition. Wolves came into the competition at the second round stage when they beat League One Blackpool 5-0 at home. How can I follow it? The draw will be broadcast live on the Sky Sports Football channel, which is broadcasting the Newcastle vs Man City match. Sky customers can also stream the action via the Sky Go app, and the draw will also be available to watch on YouTube. Who else could be involved? The line-up for the Carabao Cup third round is as follows: Ipswich Town v Wolves Exeter City v Luton Town Aston Villa v Everton Manchester United v Crystal Palace Port Vale v Sutton United Bradford City v Middlesbrough Bournemouth v Stoke City Lincoln City v West Ham United Brentford v Arsenal Chelsea v Brighton & Hove Albion Salford City v Burnley Fulham v Norwich City Blackburn Rovers v Cardiff City Liverpool v Leicester City Newcastle United v Manchester City Mansfield Town v Peterborough United What are the ball numbers? The ball numbers will be confirmed some time before the draw. When is the fourth round? Fourth round ties are due to be played during the week beginning October 30. (((LIVE SPORT))) Ipswich vs Wolves live 26 September 2023 2 hours ago — Ipswich Town v Wolves team news as £48m quartet set for 10 hours ago — Watch more of our videos on Shots! and live on Freeview channel 276.


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