Capital One Cup Quarter-finals
In the Quarter-Finals of the competition the winners of the previous round play each other. If any match finishes as a draw then a penalty shoot-out is used to decide who progresses through to the Semi-Finals.
Quarter Final Fixtures
Wednesday 18th December 2013
Stoke 0-2 Manchester United
Tottenham 1-2 West Ham
Quarter Final Results
Leicester 1-3 Manchester City
Sunderland 2-1 Chelsea (aet)
Quarter Final 2012/13 Results
- Norwich City 1-4 Aston Villa
- Bradford City 1-1 Arsenal (Bradford win 3-2 on penalties)
- Swansea City 1-0 Middlesbrough
- Leeds 1-5 Chelsea
Quarter-Final 2011/12 Results
The Carling Cup Quarter Finals have now taken place with Manchester City, Liverpool, Crystal Palace and Cardiff all booking their place in the next round. On Tuesday Sergio Aguero scored the only goal of a tight game as Man City edged out Arsenal at the Emirates, while Liverpool outplayed Chelsea to record their second victory at Stamford Bridge in 10 days. Meanwhile, Championship side Cardiff beat a lacklustre Blackburn Rovers to secure their place in the final four.
Championship side Crystal Palace shocked Man Utd with a 2-1 win after extra time. Darren Ambrose put the visitors in front after 65 minutes with an absolute belter only for United to equalise just four minutes later from the penalty spot. Glenn Murray then scored what proved to be the winner in extra time to send the Palace supporters into raptures.
The last eight teams of the Carling Cup played in the Quarter-Finals on the week commencing November 28th 2011.
Tuesday 29th November 2011
- Arsenal 0-1 Manchester City
- Cardiff City 2-0 Blackburn Rovers
- Chelsea 0-2 Liverpool
Wednesday 30th November 2011
- Manchester United 1-2 Crystal Palace (aet)
2010 Quarter-finals Results
West Ham stunned the holders Manchester United with a glorious 4-0 win at Upton Park. A brace a piece from the inspired Jonathan Spector and Carlton Cole sent the Hammers through to their first League Cup Semi-Final for 20 years. In the other three games Arsenal comfortably beat Wigan, Ipswich surprised West Brom, while Birmingham put out local rivals Aston Villa.
- Arsenal 2-0 Wigan Athletic
- Birmingham City 2-1 Aston Villa
- Ipswich Town 1-0 West Bromwich Albion
- West Ham United 4-0 Manchester United