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Capital One Cup: Third round draw

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Manchester United are set to play Liverpool in just one of five all-Premier League ties. The others include Arsenal's trip to West Brom, Everton vs Fulham, West Ham host Cardiff City whilst Aston Villa also host Tottenham. 

Last seasons winner Swansea City face a trip to Championship side Birmingham City, who have won the Cup twice. 

Manchester City welcome Wigan to the Etihad Stadium in a repeat of last seasons FA Cup final and Jose Mourinho's Chelsea make a trip to Swindon's County Ground. Fellow League Two side Tranmere host Stoke City. 

Premier League side Southampton welcome Bristol City to St Mary's, Sunderland welcome Peterborough and Leeds travel north to Newcastle. Norwich face a tough task in a match against Watford at Vicarage Road.

There are two Championship games, Leicester play Derby whilst Nottingham Forest, who took extra time to beat Millwall, face Burnley. Yorkshire rivals Hull and Huddersfield also meet one another.

Capital One Cup: Round Three 

Manchester United v Liverpool

Sunderland v Peterborough

West Ham v Cardiff

Manchester City v Wigan Athletic

Burnley v Nottingham Forest or Millwall

Newcastle v Leeds

Southampton v Bristol City

West Brom v Arsenal

Swindon v Chelsea

Tranmere v Stoke

Watford v Norwich City

Aston Villa v Tottenham

Hull City v Huddersfield Town

Leicester City v Derby County

Birmingham City v Swansea City

All the ties will be played on 24/25 September

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