Sheffield Wednesday have been drawn to play Arsenal in the fourth round of the Capital One Cup after knocking out Premier League strugglers Newcastle United.
The Owls last beat the Gunners on September 26, 1998 – a day remembered for Paolo Di Canio’s infamous push on referee Paul Alcock rather than Wednesday’s 1-0 victory.
Arsenal travel to Hillsborough after a 2-1 triumph over Tottenham Hotspur, in a North London derby which had a surprise match-winner in two-goal Mathieu Flamini.
Elsewhere, Manchester United host Championship promotion favourites Middlesbrough while holders Chelsea visit Stoke City in one of five all-Premier League ties.
Manchester City face Crystal Palace, Southampton play Aston Villa, Norwich City go to Everton and Liverpool, who needed a penalty-shootout to overcome League Two Carlisle United, host Bournemouth.
Hull City, one of just three Championship teams remaining in the last 16, welcome Leicester City to the KC Stadium, with the ties to be played on 27 and 28 October.
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