Carabao Cup draw ball numbers, start time, tv channel and fixture dates | Football | Sport
All Premier League sides who are not involved in European competitions will join the Football League clubs who won their first round fixtures.
They will all enter the draw in the third round.
The current holders of the trophy are Manchester City who beat Chelsea on penalties on their way to an unprecedented domestic treble last year.
When is the second round draw?
The draw takes place on Tuesday night shortly after the final first-round tie between Leeds and Salford City has come to an end.
This means the draw will be held at Salford’s Peninsula Stadium and, barring a penalty shootout, there there is no extra time to delay the draw which should start no later than 10pm.
Thirteen Premier League sides plus Cardiff and Fulham will be entering for the first time with the draw regionalised into North and South sections.
Where can I watch the draw?
It will be shown live on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Football as part of their coverage of Leeds versus Salford City.
You can also watch the live stream via the Sky Go app if you have a Sky account.
What is the Carabao Cup schedule?
Second round – week starting August 26, 2019
Third round – week starting September 23, 2019
Fourth round – week starting October 28, 2019
Quarter-Finals – week starting December 16, 2019
Semi-Finals first leg – week starting January 6, 2020
Semi-Finals second leg – week starting January 27, 2020
Carabao Cup Final – Sunday 1 March, 2020
What are the ball numbers?
1. Aston Villa
4. Leicester City
5. Newcastle United
6. Sheffield United
7. Tranmere Rovers or Hull City
8. Grimsby Town or Doncaster Rovers
9.Wigan or Stoke
10. Port Vale or Burton
11. Nottingham Forest or Fleetwood
12. Bradford or Preston
13. Blackpool or Macclesfield
14. Blackburn or Oldham
15. Mansfield or Morecambe
16. Accrington or Sunderland
17. Scunthorpe or Derby
18. Rochdale or Bolton
19. Huddersfield or Lincoln
20. MIddlesbrough or Crewe
21. Shrewsbury or Rotherham
22. Sheffield Wednesday or Bury
23. Salford or Leeds
24. Barnsley or Carlisle
4. Crystal Palace
9. West Ham
11. Colchester or Swindon
12. Wimbledon or MK Dons
13. Oxford or Peterborough
14. QPR or Bristol City
15. Plymouth or Leyton Orient
16. Wycombe or Reading
17. Charlton or Forest Green
18. Gillingham or Newport
19. Stevenage or Southend
20. Luton or Ipswich
21. Walsall or Crawley
22. Bristol Rovers or Cheltenham
23. Brentford or Cambridge
24. Coventry or Exeter
25. Swansea or Northampton
26. West Brom or Millwall