The Carabao Cup is already well underway, with the third round draw set to take place this week.
Chelsea and Tottenham are set to be involved in the second round, which gets underway on Tuesday evening.
The third round sees all the top teams in the Premier League enter the competition, including Manchester City, Arsenal, Manchester United and Liverpool.
Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool are the current holders of the Carabao Cup after they defeated Chelsea in last season’s final on penalties.
Mail Sport breaks down everything you need to know ahead of the Carabao Cup third round draw.
The third round draw of the Carabao Cup is set to take place later this week
Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City are one of the top Premier League teams who will enter the competition in the third round
When is the Carabao Cup third round draw?
The Carabao Cup third round draw is expected to take place on Wednesday, August 30.
It will likely be shown live after Doncaster Rovers’ clash with Everton.
The draw will take place at around 10.15pm BST.
How to watch
Fans will be able to watch the third round draw on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Football.
The draw will also be streamed on the official Sky Go app.
Mail Sport will be providing live coverage of the third round draw so you can keep up to date with all the developments here.
When will the games be played?
The second round of the Carabao Cup will take place on the week commencing September 25.
Mauricio Pochettino’s are in second round action this week and will host AFC Wimbledon
What are the Carabao Cup second round fixtures?
Chelsea and Tottenham are due to take part in the second round of the Carabao Cup.
Mauricio Pochettino’s side host League Two outfit AFC Wimbledon, while Tottenham travel to Fulham.
The full fixtures for the second round is as follows:
- Tranmere Rovers v Leicester City
- Salford City v Leeds United
- Harrogate Town v Blackburn Rovers
- Stoke v Rotherham
- Wrexham v Bradford
- Doncaster v Everton
- Bolton v Middlesbrough
- Port Vale v Crewe
- Nottingham Forest v Burnley
- Sheffield Wednesday v Mansfield
- Wolves v Blackpool
- Sheffield United v Lincoln
Tottenham are also in second round action this week and are scheduled to face Fulham
- Bristol City v Norwich
- Plymouth v Crystal Palace
- Reading v Ipswich
- Portsmouth v Peterborough
- Luton vs Gillingham
- Swansea v Bournemouth
- Fulham v Tottenham
- Exeter v Stevenage
- Wycombe v Sutton United
- Birmingham v Cardiff
- Newport v Brentford
- Chelsea v AFC Wimbledon