Manchester United face a trip to Stamford Bridge to take on Chelsea in the fourth-round of the Carabao Cup and boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has joked about how the tie fits in nicely with all the travelling they have to do at the end of October. Four days before the clash with Chelsea, United take on Serbian side FK Partizan in Belgrade and after the trip to the capital United are still on the road as they play Bournemouth at Dean Court. United almost didn’t make it past the third-round, as they needed penalties to beat League One side Rochdale, after being held to a 1-1 draw at Old Trafford after normal time.You need to read Mason Greenwood scored the first goal of the game, when his powerful strike from inside the box beat Rochdale’s keeper Robert Sanchez. If you want to win it then you have to beat the best However, the score was tied when Rochdale’s 16-year-old Luke Matheson volleyed the ball home with 14 minutes left in match. United dominated possession and had 31 shots at goals during the game, but struggled to find a way past Sanchez. Paul Pogba missed a clear chance to give United the lead in the first half, while unmarked in the Rochdale box, he headed the ball over from a Greenwood cross. And after the game Solskjaer said he is looking forward to facing Chelsea. Man Utd news: Solskjaer is relishing taking on Chelsea in the next round Paul Pogba missed a clear chance against Rochdale in the Carabao Cup “If you want to win it then you have to beat the best,” he said. “We played them first game of the season this year, we played them in the FA Cup last year. “It slots nicely into a couple of weeks with loads of travelling! “That’s how it is and we’ve got to make the best out of it. “I’m sure we are because that’s the type of group this is, that’s the type of club we are. “We’re not gonna say, ‘Ahh!’ – we’re going to relish it and look forward to it.” As for Chelsea, they made easy work of Grimsby Town as they beat the League Two side 7-1 at Stamford Bridge on Wednesday night. And after the game Lampard said he was relieved to be given a home tie against the Red Devils. “It is a big draw obviously. It is two big teams. I am pleased we are at home and we will see,” Lampard said. “I think a lot can happen in football in a short time. “This next round of the draw isn’t coming around tomorrow. “We have to respect that they have good players. They beat us 4-0 albeit it wasn’t a 4-0 [on performance]. “I am not going to sit here and talk down Man United because it will be a tough game no matter what way you look at it.” The two clubs last met on the opening day of the season when United thrashed Chelsea 4-0 at Old Trafford but the last time they met in the League cup was back in 2012, when Chelsea beat United at 5-4 at Stamford Bridge.