One all-Premier League tie in Carabao Cup second round

One all-Premier League tie in Carabao Cup second round

Newcastle will play Leicester in the second round in an all-Premier League affair.

The draw was made after completion of 33 first-round fixtures last night and includes all the top-flight clubs who are not involved in European competitions.

Everton travel to Sky Bet League One side Lincoln, who knocked out Huddersfield with a 1-0 away win, while newly-promoted Aston Villa face Crewe at Gresty Road.

Southampton have been drawn away at Fulham, Sky Bet Championship promotion favourites Leeds have a home tie against Stoke and West Ham will play Newport in South Wales.

Other stand-out second-round ties include Nottingham Forest’s home clash with Derby and Burnley versus Sunderland at Turf Moor.

Newly-promoted Premier League side Sheffield United face Blackburn at Bramall Lane, Bournemouth have a home tie against Forest Green, who upset Charlton 5-3 on penalties in the first round, and Crystal Palace play Colchester at Selhurst Park.

Watford have been drawn against Coventry at Vicarage Road, Norwich will play at Crawley and Brighton face a trip to League One side Bristol Rovers.

Sheffield Wednesday face a South Yorkshire derby at Rotherham if they overcome Bury in their postponed first-round tie.

Last season’s semi-finalists Burton have a home tie against Morecambe after beating Port Vale in the first round.

Grimsby v Macclesfield, Preston v Hull and Rochdale v Carlisle complete the north section draw, while Plymouth v Reading, Oxford v Millwall, Swansea v Cambridge, Cardiff v Luton, Southend v MK Dons and QPR v Portsmouth make up the rest of the south section.

Draw in full:

South section: Plymouth v Reading, Crawley v Norwich, Newport v West Ham, Oxford v Millwall, Watford v Coventry, Swansea v Cambridge, Cardiff v Luton, Bristol Rovers v Brighton, Crystal Palace v Colchester, Fulham v Southampton, Bournemouth v Forest Green, Southend v MK Dons, QPR v Portsmouth

North section: Crewe v Aston Villa, Lincoln v Everton, Leeds v Stoke, Sheff Utd v Blackburn, Rotherham v Sheff Wed/Bury, Newcastle v Leicester, Burton v Morecambe, Burnley v Sunderland, Nottm Forest v Derby, Grimsby v Macclesfield, Preston v Hull, Rochdale v Carlisle

Ties to be played week beginning Aug 26.

More on this topic

Messi missing again as Barca look for first winMessi missing again as Barca look for first win

Wolves boss Nuno dismisses burnout fears amid busy scheduleWolves boss Nuno dismisses burnout fears amid busy schedule

EFL says little progress made in bid to save BuryEFL says little progress made in bid to save Bury

Pellegrini warns West Ham against ‘big mistake’ at out-of-form WatfordPellegrini warns West Ham against ‘big mistake’ at out-of-form Watford

More in this Section

'We gave supporters something to shout about': Cahill hails Tipp's lightning start'We gave supporters something to shout about': Cahill hails Tipp's lightning start

Dominant Liverpool ease to win over ArsenalDominant Liverpool ease to win over Arsenal

Virgil van Dijk’s 50-game dribbling record ended during win against ArsenalVirgil van Dijk’s 50-game dribbling record ended during win against Arsenal

Messi missing again as Barca look for first winMessi missing again as Barca look for first win


Lifestyle

These green pancakes are topped with avocado, tomato and cottage cheese.How to make Jamie Oliver’s super spinach pancakes

Who else can pull off a look described as a ‘hip-hop Michelin woman’?As her new EP drops, this is why there will never be a style icon quite like Missy Elliott

The classic white-tipped look is once again in favour, and celebs are loving it.The French manicure is back – 5 modern ways to try the trend

The A-Listers hiding in plain sight: As Rihanna is spotted at the cricket, who are the celebs who have been living under our noses in Ireland? Ed Power reports.Celebs in plain sight: The A-Listers living under our noses in Ireland

More From The Irish Examiner