Newcastle’s next Carabao Cup challenge is set to take them to Old Trafford, where they will clash with Manchester United in the fourth round.
This matchup follows their stunning victory over Manchester City, which saw Alexander Isak’s second-half goal secure a memorable win at St James’ Park on Wednesday night.
This upcoming fixture promises to be a thrilling repeat of last year’s final, pitting the two teams against each other once again.
Meanwhile, Chelsea secured a home draw against Blackburn, with Nicolas Jackson’s second-half strike delivering a 1-0 victory against Brighton.
Holders Manchester United had already secured their spot in the draw with a convincing 3-0 win over Crystal Palace the day before.
In addition to Newcastle, Manchester United, and Chelsea, Arsenal also advanced to the next round after overcoming Premier League rivals.
Arsenal narrowly defeated Brentford 1-0 and are now set to face West Ham in an exciting London derby, while West Ham secured their place with a 1-0 victory against League One side Lincoln.
Everton is set to host Burnley at Goodison Park in the last 16 of the competition, following their 2-1 victory over Aston Villa. This match holds special significance as it reunites Everton with their boss, Sean Dyche’s former club, Burnley.
Fulham, on the other hand, faces a challenging encounter against high-flying Championship team Ipswich, having secured a 2-1 win against Norwich.
In an intriguing draw, the last 16 also guarantees representation from lower-league clubs, as League Two side Mansfield is scheduled to take on League One’s Port Vale at Field Mill.
Adding to the excitement, League One’s Exeter has a home fixture against Middlesbrough, vying for a place in the quarter-finals.
Carabao Cup Fourth Round Fixtures Revealed:
Mansfield vs Port Vale
Ipswich vs Fulham
Manchester United vs Newcastle
Bournemouth vs Liverpool
Chelsea vs Blackburn
West Ham vs Arsenal
Everton vs Burnley
Exeter vs Middlesbrough
Exciting Matchups will be played in the week commencing October 30.
It’s worth noting that this year’s fourth round returns to its traditional Halloween slot after being rescheduled to accommodate the World Cup in December.