The Reds will welcome the Gunners to Anfield late next month.
The Saints reached the fourth round of the competition after a superb win over their bitter rivals.
The Black Cats - who are yet to play at the Stadium of Light in the cup this term - have beaten two top-flight teams so far.
The Wolverhampton Wanderers academy graduate took to the field in last night's League Cup game at Molineux as a substitute.
Dean Smith has steered the Villa Park side into the fourth round where the Villans will face their West Midlands rivals.
Harvey Elliott played for Premier League leaders Liverpool for the first time as Jurgen Klopp's side took on MK Dons in the EFL Cup.
West Ham United were stunned by Oxford United at the Kassam Stadium with Manuel Pellegrini coming under huge pressure.
Caoimhin Kelleher made his debut for Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool as the Premier League outfit reached the EFL Cup fourth round.
Bruno Jordao scored as Wolverhampton Wanderers beat Reading in the EFL Cup but an injury will delay his Premier League debut.
The Black Cats have beaten two Premier League sides in the League Cup this season, while the Magpies have just one top-flight victory this term.
Ben Hamer kept a clean sheet on his Derby County debut as the Championship outfit beat League Two Scunthorpe United in the Carabao Cup.
Leeds were linked with Manchester City's Phil Foden in the summer.
Riise became a pretty popular figure during his time with Liverpool.
The Saints put in a superb performance as Ralph Hasenhuttl's charges hammered their bitter rivals on their own turf.
The 18-year-old could be in line for a debut against Tottenham in the EFL Cup this evening.
Spurs have had several wing wizards among their ranks in years gone by.
Virgil Gomis has not made a single Championship appearance under Aitor Karanka despite his fantastic form for Nottingham Forest's Under 23s.
The 18-year-old is deemed one of the most talented youngsters at the Villa Park academy and did well in his debut for Dean Smith's side.
James Justin hasn't played a Premier League game yet for Brendan Rodgers' Leicester CIty but he scored his first Foxes goal in the EFL Cup.
The Owls man has struggled for the Hillsborough side this season and put in another poor display in last night's match.