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The League Cup has become something of a testing ground for some of the Premier League’s most promising young players.This Wednesday, some will get an opportunity to shine in high-profile settings as four of the top-flight’s ‘big six’ face each other in the fourth round.BBC Sport speaks to fans from Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool and Manchester United about a teenage talent at their club who has the potential to make a name for himself.Can you name the 23 League Cup winners?League Cup fixtures
Age: 19 Position: Forward First-team appearances: 12 (Arsenal, RB Leipzig) Goals: 3 Assists: 0Kevin Whitcher, from The Gooner: “When Arsenal fans look at Smith Rowe, what we see is potential. His performances in the Under 23 side have been notable, but he’s not the first such youngster to look good below first-team level, so there isn’t the huge buzz about him yet. “He is a tidy attacking player, capable of Mesut Ozil-type creative moments and he has an excellent ability to find space. He is definitely willing to work hard, especially if he is played wide, although his most natural position would seem to be behind the front man, from where he can influence the play more. “His development is entirely dependent on exposure. So far, he has looked good in flashes, but it’s obvious he is not yet good enough to replace older options Unai Emery has at his disposal. He’s only 19 though, so time is on his side. “The benefit of his experience of a few months on loan at Red Bull Leipzig last season was tempered by his being injured for too much of his time in Germany, and there is a feeling he is a little too prone to injury to become a first-team fixture going forward. “It’s
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