Manchester City have drawn Wolves in the Carabao Cup fourth round after edging out West Brom in tonight’s third round encounter.
It’s an extremely rare non-Premier League opponent in a domestic trophy for City, with the Blues set to host Nuno Espírito Santo’s big-spending Wolves, who currently sit second in the EFL Championship.
It will be the first time the two sides have met since 22 April 2012, when goals by Sergio Agüero and Samir Nasri gave City a 2-0 win at Molineux and in the process relegated Wolves to the second tier.
Full Carabao Cup fourth round draw:
Tottenham vs. West Ham
Bristol City vs. Crystal Palace
Swansea vs. Manchester United
Arsenal vs. Norwich
Chelsea vs. Everton
Manchester City vs. Wolves
Leicester vs. Leeds
Bournemouth vs. Middlesbrough