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Big guns await in League Cup

Premier League clubs have entered the League Cup fray as the draw for the second round was completed.

In the Southern draw West Ham will face a trip to south London to League One’s AFC Wimbledon whilst in the Northern side of the draw Leicester City host Joey Barton’s Fleetwood Town at the King Power Stadium.

The Premier League’s big guns – those involved in European competition and the actual favourites for the competition, will not take part until the Third Round.

Defending champions Manchester City are favourites to defend the trophy at 9/2 ahead of Liverpool and Manchester United on 7/1.

Round Two Carabao Cup Draw – The draw is regionalised to minimise travelling time for supporters.

Leicester City V Fleetwood Town
Leeds United V Preston North End
Sheffield Wednesday V Wolverhampton Wanderers
Nottingham Forest V Newcastle United
Doncaster Rovers V Blackpool
Burton Albion V Aston Villa
Hull City V Derby County
Middlesbrough V Rochdale
Everton V Rotherham United
Blackburn Rovers V Lincoln City
West Bromwich Albion V Mansfield Town
Walsall V Macclesfield Town
Stoke City V Huddersfield Town

Brighton & Hove Albion V Southampton
Queens Park Rangers V Bristol Rovers
AFC Wimbledon V West Ham United
Fulham V Exeter City
Wycombe Wanderers V Forest Green Rovers
Cardiff City V Norwich City
Millwall V Plymouth Argyle
Brentford V Cheltenham Town
Swansea City V Crystal Palace
Newport County V Oxford United
AFC Bournemouth V Milton Keynes Dons
Reading V Watford


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