Jordan Henderson of Liverpool lifts the trophy and celebrates surrounded by team mates during the Carabao Cup Final match between Chelsea and Liverpool – Marc Atkins/Getty ImagesManchester City named six of their World Cup players in their starting line-up when they took on Liverpool in the Carabao Cup last-16. And the big-name XI did the trick as they beat the holders 3-2 in another classic encounter between the two rivals.Nathan Ake’s header proved to be the winner to put City through as they chase their seventh Carabao Cup title in 10 years.The first two quarter-finals take place tonight. Manchester United host Charlton Athletic and Newcastle are at home to Leicester City. Tomorrow Wolves travel to Nottingham Forest and Southampton are at home to Manchester City.Quarter-finals: tonight and tomorrow nightSemi-finals: January 23 and January 30Are the matches on TV?Tonight’s Newcastle vs Leicester City match is available to UK TV viewers on Sky Sports Football and Sky Sports Main Event. Manchester United vs Charlton Athletic is not being televised in the UK though.Tomorrow, the televised match is Southampton vs Manchester City at 8pm. The slightly earlier kick-off between Wolves and Forest is not on TV.When is the Carabao Cup final?This season’s final will be held at Wembley Stadium on Sunday, February 26. Last year’s final kicked off at 4.30pm, but the 2023 final start time is yet to be confirmed.Is the Carabao Cup final on TV?Yep. It’ll be live on Sky Sports Football and Sky Sports Main Event, with coverage probably starting at 3.30pm.Which teams are still in the competition?Joining Manchester City in the quarter-finals are six fellow Premier League clubs and just the one EFL outfit. Charlton are the one minnow left after they shocked Brighton on penalties in the round of 16.Following their great win over Liverpool, Man City look like the team to beat but Manchester United, Newcastle, Leicester, Nottingham Forest, Wolves and Southampton will all fancy their chances now they’re in the last eight.Charlton – Getty ImagesWho is playing in the quarter-finals?Newcastle United vs Leicester City (8pm tonight – Sky Sports)Manchester United vs Charlton Athletic (8pm tonight)Nottingham Forest vs Wolves (7.45pm tomorrow)Southampton vs Manchester City (8pm tomorrow – Sky Sports)Who are the favourites to lift the trophy on February 26?It’s no shock to learn that Manchester City are red-hot favourites after their statement win over Liverpool. Pep Guardiola’s side are 7/8 to win their seventh Carabao Cup in 10 years.City rivals United are second favourites at 7/2, with Newcastle – looking for their first domestic trophy since 1955 – third favourites at 13/2. League One’s Charlton are at 500/1.