The Carabao Cup third round is an important part of the competition as it signals the arrival of the Premier League big boys.
Two of the traditional ‘big six’ in Chelsea and Tottenham entered the League Cup in the previous round after missing out on European football last year.
Manchester United are the current champions with a 2-0 win over Newcastle in last season’s finalCredit: Getty
Manchester City, Arsenal, Manchester United, Newcastle, Liverpool, Brighton, West Ham and Aston Villa have now entered and there are some tasty looking ties.
United are the current champions, while Newcastle will look to go one step further and win it after finishing second last season.
City, Arsenal and Liverpool will also be eyeing this as a good chance to earn some silverware.
But Ange Postecoglou won’t be lifting the Cup any time soon after Tottenham crashed out.
Spurs could only manage a 1-1 draw with London rivals Fulham and then lost 5-3 on penalties.
But Chelsea are through after a narrow 2-1 win over Wimbledon.
The third round draw has now been made and has produced plenty of all-Premier League ties.
Liverpool will hope they can lift their tenth League CupCredit: Getty
Carabao Cup third round draw
Ipswich v Wolves
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Exeter v Luton
Aston Villa v Everton
Manchester United v Crystal Palace
Port Vale v Sutton United
Bradford v Middlesbrough
Bournemouth v Stoke
Lincoln v West Ham
Brentford v Arsenal
Chelsea v Brighton
Salford v Burnley
Fulham v Norwich
Blackburn v Cardiff
Liverpool v Leicester
Newcastle v Manchester City
Mansfield v Peterborough
Ties will be played in the week commencing Monday September 25.
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