Three former League Cup champions will be live on Sky Sports during fourth-round week.
Tuesday night sees two-time winners Arsenal entertain four-time victors Chelsea (7.30pm, Sky Sports 1) in a repeat of the 2007 final, which the Blues edged 2-1 courtesy of a Didier Drogba brace.
Then, on Wednesday, Manchester City visit Newcastle (7.30pm, Sky Sports 1), the side they beat in 1976 to claim their second League Cup, six years after they first lifted the trophy by defeating West Brom.
Arsenal have been in impressive form so far this season, with Aaron Ramsey and Olivier Giroud two of the Gunners' star performers, and they will be eager to continue their cup run in order to atone for last year's shock exit at the hands of Bradford.
But Chelsea - beaten by Swansea at the semi-final stage in 2012/13 - will be a stern test, with Fernando Torres rediscovering his scoring touch and Eden Hazard also frequently rippling the net.
Wednesday's game, meanwhile, should also be a belter, as City and Newcastle - fresh from big matches against Chelsea and Sunderland respectively on Super Sunday - do battle.
The Citizens gained revenge for their defeat in last season's FA Cup final by walloping Wigan 5-0 in round three, with Stefan Jovetic - who has been unable to nail down a spot in the Manchester side's Premier League line-up - notching a brace.
Can the Montenegrin strike again against The Magpies?
Tune into Sky Sports to find out, while for news of the week's other fourth-round ties - including Manchester United versus Norwich and Leicester against Fulham - catch our Soccer Special programmes on Tuesday and Wednesday (7.30pm, Sky Sports News).