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When is the third draw for the Carabao Cup?Date and time, this week's games and video games

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In the second round of the Carabao Cup, 50 clubs will battle it out for their place in the next stage.

Premier League clubs playing European football will not be able to participate until the third round, scheduled for the week starting 7 November.

This means that, in addition to leaders Liverpool and runners-up Chelsea, Manchester City, Spurs, Arsenal, Manchester United and West Ham United will not be involved in this week’s second-round draw.

Thankfully, that hasn’t stopped a series of potential giant kills from being pulled out of the hat.

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When is the third draw for the Carabao Cup?

The draw times for the third round have not been confirmed.

The second round draw was broadcast live on Sky Sports after broadcasting Sunderland’s loss to Sheffield on Wednesday in the first round.

When it repeats, The drawing will take place on Wednesday, August 24th after 10pm. Following Sky’s Tranmere vs. Newcastle broadcast.

2nd round pick

Bolton Wanderers vs Aston Villa

  • Tuesday, August 23, 7:45pm, Sky Sports (Football from 7pm, Main Event from 7:30pm)

Tuesday’s televised match will see two clubs that were regulars in the Premier League ten years ago.

Bolton Wanderers reached their darkest depths two years ago in management and relegation to League Two since relegation in 2012-13, but the club has since risen to the third tier.

Ian Evatt’s strong squad includes former championship stalwarts Kieran Lee, John Daddy Bodverson and Elias Kachunga, but it was youngster Aaron who was most impressive this season. Morley and Connor Bradley.

Boss Steven Gerrard under pressure is expected to name a strong starting line-up to build momentum after Villa scored just three points in their opening three league games.

Stockport County vs Leicester City

Stockport County, returning to the Football League for the first time since 2010, are seeking giant-killing joy against Leicester City after a difficult start to the bottom four in League Two.

Veteran midfielder Antoni Salcevic is a player to watch for the County Blue.

It’s clear that winless Leicester are not to be underestimated, with five goals in their first three Premier League games and plenty of talent. 8 runs.

Leeds United vs Barnsley

Nothing beats the Yorkshire Derby. Especially when he hasn’t seen fans in two clubs in three years.

Leeds United have cemented their position in the Premier League since their promotion in 2020, but Barnsley have bounced back and forth between League One and the Championship, currently sitting 16th in the third tier after a poor start to their campaign. doing.

Meanwhile, Jesse Marsh’s side are off to a good start and are expected to pick a heavily modified side in this match ahead of a sold-out Elland Road.

Carabao Cup second round match

Tuesday, August 23, at 7:45 p.m., unless otherwise noted

  • Walsall vs Charlton Athletic (7pm)
  • Shrewsbury Town vs Burnley (7:30pm)
  • Sheffield Wednesday v Rochdale (7:30pm)
  • Fleetwood Town vs Everton
  • Bolton Wanderers vs Aston Villa
  • Crawley Town vs Fulham
  • Watford vs MK Dons
  • Newport County vs Portsmouth
  • colchester united vs brentford
  • Grimsby Town vs Nottingham Forest
  • Stockport County vs Leicester City
  • Cambridge United vs Southampton
  • Wolverhampton Wanderers vs Preston North End
  • Norwich City vs AFC Bournemouth
  • Oxford United vs Crystal Palace
  • Rotherham United vs Morecambe United
  • Barrow vs. Lincoln City
  • Derby County vs West Bromwich Albion
  • Bradford City vs Blackburn Rovers
  • Stevenage vs Peterborough United
  • Gillingham vs Exeter City

Wednesday, August 24, 7:45 p.m.

  • Forest Green Rovers vs Brighton and Hove Albion
  • Wycombe Wanderers vs Bristol City
  • Leeds United vs Barnsley
  • Tranmere Rovers vs Newcastle United

Tranmere Rovers vs Newcastle United

  • Wednesday, August 24, 7:45pm, Sky Sports (Football starts at 7:00pm, Main Event starts at 7:30pm)

Another televised second round match was Tranmere Rovers vs. Newcastle United, with the two clubs split into 75 places on the pyramid.

Eddie Howe has started unbeaten in his first full season as Newcastle manager. He is now expected to keep that record against his 17th-placed Tranmere in League Two.

Rovers won just two of their first six games over the weekend, losing 2-1 to then-wonderless Newport County.