The top Premier League teams will be in action as they will play their first Capital One Cup match in the third round of the competition. Chelsea won it last season and the Blues will eb looking to defend it this season.
The clash between Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur is going to be a thriller one, while there could be a possibility of an upset this time around.
Capital One Cup, Third Round: Fixtures, Date, Time, TV Info and Predictions
Hull City 0-2 Swansea City (22 September, 19:45BST)
Aston Villa 2-1 Birmingham City (22 September, 19:45BST)/ Sky Sports 1
Fulham 2-2 Stoke City (22 September, 19:45BST)
Leicester City 1-1 West Ham United (22 September, 19:45BST)
Middlesbrough 2-0 Wolves (22 September, 19:45BST)
Preston North End 0-1 AFC Bornemouth (22 September, 19:45BST)
Sunderland 0-4 Manchester City (22 September, 19:45BST)
Reading 1-2 Everton (22 September, 20:00BST)
Crystal Palace 2-0 Charlton Athletic (23 September, 19:45BST)
MK Dons 0-2 Southampton (23 September, 19:45BST)
Newcastle United 0-1 Sheffield Wednesday (23 September, 19:45BST)
Norwich City 1-1 West Bromwich Albion
Tottenham Hotspur 1-3 Arsenal (23 September, 19:45BST)/ Sky Sports 1
Walsall 0-3 Chelsea (23 September, 19:45BST)
Liverpool 2-0 Carlisle (23 September, 20:00BST)
Manchester United 3-0 Ipswich Town (23 September, 20:00BST)
Tottenham v Arsenal
Arsene Wenger and his boys will travel to the home of their local rivals Tottenham as the two north London clubs will face against each other in the Capital One Cup third round clash at White Hart Lane on Tuesday.
One of the top teams in England will be eliminated. The Gunners have suffered a defeat in last two matches, losing against Dinamo Zagreb in the Champions League and Chelsea in the Premier League tie.
Sunderland v Manchester City
Irrespective of where they are placed in the table, Sunderland have managed to beat City on numerous occasions in recent times. The Black Cats are in trouble as they are without a win in the league. They will be hoping for an upset by defeating the Premier League leaders, who lost their first league match of the season against West Ham United
Manchester United v Ipswich Town
This will be Louis van Gaal’s second game in charge as United manager for a Capital One Cup tie. They were eliminated in the second round last season by MK Dons as they suffered a 4-0 humiliating defeat. The Dutchman will be hoping for his first Capital One Cup victory over Ipswich at Old Trafford on Wednesday evening.