Capital One Cup: Second round draw

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The Capital One Cup second round draw was made yesterday and the highlight of the draw has to be Premier League side Liverpool hosting League One side Notts County.

The draw saw a whole host of Championship and Premier League teams enter the competition, except for the six top-flight teams that are in a European competition this season, so that is; Manchester United, Manchester City, Chelsea, Arsenal, Tottenham and Swansea City, who will all enter in the next round. Championship side Wigan were also left out of the draw as they are in the Europa League.

Notts County beat Fleetwood Town 3-2 last night and have been rewarded with a trip to Anfield to take on the Premier League outfit.
Other interesting tie's are League Two side's Newport County and Morecambe taking on Premier League side's West Bromwich Albion and Newcastle United respectively.

Another Premier League vs League Two draw sees recently-promoted Cardiff City take on Accrington Stanley and also West Ham United face Cheltenham.

Full fixture list (ties to be played week commencing 26 August):

Carlisle v Leicester
Doncaster v Leeds
Nottingham Forest v Millwall
Sunderland v MK Dons
West Brom v Newport
Bristol City v Crystal Palace
Peterborough v Reading
Barnsley v Southampton
Burton v Fulham
Burnley v Preston
Liverpool v Notts County
Norwich v Bury
Leyton Orient v Hull
Everton v Stevenage
Stoke v Walsall
Huddersfield v Charlton
Aston Villa v Rotherham
Tranmere v Bolton
Morecambe v Newcastle
QPR v Swindon
Derby v Brentford
Watford v Bournemouth
Yeovil v Birmingham
Accrington v Cardiff
West Ham v Cheltenham


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