- Man United will continue their quest to win a silverware when they face City in the semi-finals of the Carabao Cup
- The two sides were drawn against each other after seeing off their respective opponents in the quarter-finals
- Tottenham Hotspur earned a relatively easy opponent - at least on paper as they will be coming up against Brentford
Manchester United have been drawn against rivals Man City in the Carabao Cup semi finals.
United booked a place in the last four after they stunned Everton 2-0 at Goodinson Park on Wednesday night, December 23.
Two late goals from Edinson Cavani and Anthony Martial who came on as a substitute were enough to send United to the semis.
The Red Devils will now continue their quest to lift the title when they host City on Monday, January 4, in the last four at Old Trafford.
The Citizens booked a place in the semis after they waltzed past struggling Arsenal on Tuesday night, with the Pep Guardiola-side hammering the Gunners 4-1 at the Emirates.
City, who are arguably one of the most successful teams in the competition will be keen to see off United for a chance to reach the finals.
The Etihad dwellers have won the competition three times on the bounce and will no doubt fancy lifting it for the fourth consecutive season.
Two other semi-finalists Tottenham Hotspur and Brentford will square off in their own fixture.
Spurs earned a date with the Championship side after beating Stoke City 3-1 in the quarterfinals, with Harry Kane and Gareth Bale finding the back of the net.
Whereas the tie looks easy for Spurs on paper, Jose Mourinho will have to burn the midnight oil to figure out on how to get past Brentford.
The Bees edged Newcastle United on their way to the semis, having also eliminated four other big teams in the previous rounds.
Spurs encounter with Brentford has also been slated for the week commencing Monday, January 4, at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Man United are in mourning following the tragic death of former club defender John Fitzpatrick.
Fitzpatrick made more than 140 appearances for the Red Devils during his spell at the club but had his career cut short at just 26 following a recurring knee injury.
It was gathered that the Scotsman succumbed on Monday, December 21, after a battle with dementia.
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