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When is the Carabao Cup semi final draw? Date, time and how to watch 2021/22 EFL Cup last 4 draw live

We’re getting down to the business end of the competition...

<p>Eddie Nketiah of Arsenal celebrates with the match ball following his side’s victory in the Carabao Cup Quarter Final against Sunderland. (Photo by Ryan Pierse/Getty Images)</p>

Eddie Nketiah of Arsenal celebrates with the match ball following his side’s victory in the Carabao Cup Quarter Final against Sunderland. (Photo by Ryan Pierse/Getty Images)

The Carabao Cup is approaching its semi-final stage, with just a handful of teams left in this season’s competition.

Arsenal were the first team to book their place in the last four when they comfortably dispatched of League One outfit Sunderland in a 5-1 win on Tuesday evening, with the rest of the field now made up of Premier League clubs.

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On Wednesday evening, Tottenham will face West Ham, Liverpool will clash with Leicester City, and Brentford will host Chelsea to determine who will be joining the Gunners in the pot for an opportunity to book their place in the Wembley final.

We’ve gathered all of the information you need to know about the draw below...

When is the Carabao Cup semi-final draw?

The EFL confirmed on Tuesday that the draw for the Carbao Cup semi-finals will take place after the conclusion for Spurs’ game against West Ham on Wednesday December 22nd.

The draw will be hosted out by Sky Sports’ David Prutton, with Jamie Redknapp and either Michael Dawson or Daniel Gabbidon on duty to pull the names out of the hat.

How can I watch the Carabao Cup semi-final draw?

The draw will be carried out live on Sky Sports in the aftermath of Tottenham vs West Ham.

That match will be broadcast live on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Football, with coverage starting at 7pm GMT.

Alternatively, viewers can also watch along live on the Carabao Cup’s official Twitter feed.

When are the Carabao Cup semi-finals?

The semi-finals are due to take place shortly after the new year, with games being contested in the weeks commencing January 3rd and January 10th.

The final of the competition will be held at Wembley on Sunday February 27th.

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