Carabao Cup third round draw confirmed: matches, dates and schedule

Jack Grealish pushed Aston Villa to the third round (Photo: AMA / Getty Images)

The third round of the Carabao Cup started to take shape after the majority of the second round matches were played on Tuesday evening.

just one Premier League The club fell in the second round hurdle, with Crystal Palace Loss of epic penalties against Bournemouth, while the likes West HamAnd Newcastle and Aston Villa Progress.

The remaining second-round matches will be played on Wednesday and Thursday of this week with the third round soon after and played in the week beginning September 21.

The third round sees the Premier League teams participating in Europe this season join the fight.

The draw for the Carabao Cup, the third round

  • Lincoln City vs Liverpool
  • Bristol City or Northampton Town – Aston Villa
  • Chelsea vs Barnsley
  • Preston – Brighton or Portsmouth
  • Fleetwood vs Everton or Salford
  • Ipswich or Fulham v Sheffield Wednesday
  • Leicester against Arsenal
  • Leyton Orient vs Tottenham
  • Manchester City against Bournemouth
  • Millwall-Burnley or Sheffield United
  • Morecambe-Newcastle United
  • Newport vs Watford
  • Luton Town vs Manchester United
  • West Bromwich or Harrogate – Southampton or Brentford
  • West Ham – Leeds United or Hull City
  • Wolves or Stoke City – Coventry City

The remaining second round matches of the Carabao Cup

September 16

West Bromwich Albion vs Harrogate Town
Leeds United vs Hull City
Everton Against Salford City
Ipswich Town vs Fulham
Bristol City vs Northampton Town

September 17

Burnley vs Sheffield United
Wolverhampton Wanderers vs Stoke City
Brighton & Hove Albion vs Portsmouth

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