Leeds United will find out their opponents in the next round of the Capital One League Cup on Wednesday evening.
The draw will be made on Sky Sports at the conclusion of the Manchester United v Newcastle United clash in the competition.
Leeds have progressed to the fourth round of the competition after upsetting Everton at Elland Road in a 2-1 win.
Leeds have been joined in the draw by fellow West Yorkshire side Bradford City who turned round a 2-0 deficit to beat Burton Albion 3-2 after extra time and they are the lowest ranked side remaining in the competition.
League One side Swindon Town are also into the last sixteen after beating championship side Burnley 3-1.
Middlesbrough are the only other championship side remaining in the competition after a 3-1 win at League One Preston North End.
There are still six outstanding ties remaining in the competition, will all of them taking place on Wednesday evening.
Carlisle United, Coventry City and Doncaster Rovers are the only sides playing on Wednesday evening from outside the Premier League.
Arsenal v Coventry City
Carlisle United v Tottenham Hotspur
Manchester United v Newcastle United
Norwich City v Doncaster Rovers
QPR v Reading
West Bromwich Albion v Liverpool
Fourth round ties will take place week commencing October 29th
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