Arsenal are in the Carabao Cup quarter-finals after beating Norwich City in the fourth round, and will find out their opponents in the last eight when the draw commences this afternoon.

The Gunners could face fellow Premier League sides Bournemouth, Leicester City, Manchester City, Manchester United, Chelsea and West Ham United, as well as Championship outfit Bristol City.

Arsenal booked their place in the quarter-finals of the competition after dispatching of League One side Doncaster Rovers on September 20, courtesy of a first-half Theo Walcott goal at the Emirates Stadium.

The Gunners then saw off Norwich on October 24, having gone behind to the Canaries in the first-half before substitute Eddie Nketiah became an instant Arsenal with an equaliser in normal time and a goal in extra time.

Arsene Wenger’s men don’t have the best record in the Carabao Cup, last making it past the quarter-finals in 2010/11 when they lost 2-1 in the final to Birmingham City.

Arsenal were knocked out in the last-eight to Southampton in 2016/17, and the League Cup remains the one domestic trophy Wenger is yet to win in his 21 years as manager.

The Gunners will be hoping for a favourable draw in the quarter-finals to boost their chances of reaching the semi-finals.