Carabao Cup: When do Liverpool play Bournemouth in the fourth round?

Liverpool will travel to Bournemouth for the fourth round of the Carabao Cup, having seen off Leicester City 3-1 on Wednesday night.

The Reds went a goal down early on to Enzo Maresca's Championship-topping side, but completed a second-half comeback thanks to strikes from Cody Gakpo, Dominik Szoboszlai and Diogo Jota.

After a shaky start, the much-changed Liverpool side found their feet, with fringe stars like Wataru Endo – who was voted as Anfield Watch's Player of the Match – and Jarell Quansah impressing, while Curtis Jones shone at right back.

After the game Jurgen Klopp hailed a 'top night' with 'top goals'.

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He said, via "Minute by minute, we grew into that game and it was a top performance, to be honest.

"With all the quality of Leicester, we have to admit that as well, super-coached team obviously, super set-up, you can pretty much see, feel and smell the confidence they have because of their situation, so that made life difficult. But we kept going and improved during the game as a team clearly but individually as well, a lot of performances stepped up and here we are, and I like that a lot.

"[We scored] top goals, absolutely top goals. But I think the goals we didn't score were pretty beautiful as well, just didn't go in – like the last of Harvey, I have no clue who blocked that.

"How I said, now looking back, a top night for us because you look at Wataru, how he grew into the game and how dominant he was in the second half, how he really won the balls, passed the ball. I'm not sure it was the last pass before Dom scores but for sure probably he passed the ball through the lines again, what he did quite frequently. That was really, really good, he played a super game.

"Jarell Quansah, not only playing outstandingly well, setting a goal up. So exciting, you cannot watch him without smiling, to be honest. It's really, really nice to see."

As a reward for their win, Liverpool were drawn to face Premier League side Bournemouth in the fourth round.

Carabao Cup 2023/24 fourth round – Full draw

  • Mansfield Town vs Port Vale
  • Ipswich Town vs Fulham
  • Manchester United vs Newcastle United
  • Bournemouth vs Liverpool
  • Chelsea vs Blackburn Rovers
  • West Ham United vs Arsenal
  • Everton vs Burnley
  • Exeter City vs Middlesbrough

When do Liverpool play Bournemouth?

The fourth-round tie against Bournemouth is set to take place at the Vitality Stadium on either Tuesday, 31 October or Wednesday, 1 November. The exact time is to be confirmed.

However, whatever the exact timings of the fixture, it is clear that the Reds are set for a testing schedule.

The Bournemouth game falls between a home meeting with Nottingham Forest (29 October) and a trip to Luton (5 November). With Europa League commitments to content with as well, the Reds will undertake four games in 11 days at the start of November.

Klopp has spoken of the necessary 'luxury' of having a big squad this season, and he is sure to continue a rotation policy with regard to the cup competitions.

Should Liverpool advance past Bournemouth the quarter-finals will be played in December.

Carabao Cup schedule

Fourth round: w/c 30 October

Quarter-final: w/c 18 December

Semi-final first leg: w/c 8 January

Semi-final second leg: w/c 21 January

Final: Sunday, 25 February

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