The date for the Carabao Cup round two and round three draws have been announced, with teams across the EFL eager to find out who they’ll be facing.
For the second round draw, it will remain unseeded, and the fixtures will be regionalised and split into a southern and a northern section.
Coventry City secured their place in the second round of the Carabao Cup after debutant Tyler Walker bagged the winner away at MK Dons, all with the Sky Blues down to ten men.
Immediately after the first draw, the draw for round three will take place, where every Premier League club could be present.
For the second round draw, 13 of the 20 top-flight clubs will be in the draw, and the seven teams competing in European competitions will be allowed to enter the cup in the third round.
Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United, Chelsea, Leicester City, Tottenham Hotspur and Arsenal will all enter the domestic competition in the third round due to European commitments.
Where can I watch the Carabao Cup draw?
The draw for round two and three will be available to watch live on Sky Sports, with David Garrido presenting the show, alongside former Liverpool defender Phil Babb.
The draw will take place after the Round One tie between Brentford and Wycombe Wanderers on Sunday, September 6.
The match kicks off at 12pm on Sunday afternoon, meaning the game is scheduled to finish at around 13:45-14:00 – depending on extra-time and penalties.