Carabao Cup 2018/19 – Second Round Draw – Live TV Coverage on Sky Sports

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Carabao Cup 2018/19 – Second Round Draw – Live TV Coverage on Sky Sports
Updated on Thursday 16 August 2018
Posted by @TVNewsroom

The second round draw of Carabao Cup 2018/19 will take place later today, live on Sky Sports.

The draw will be held at the Stadium of Light ahead of Sunderland’s Round One clash against Sheffield Wednesday.

Pundits Mick McCarthy and Chris Waddle will conduct the draw live on the programme from 7pm with presenter David Prutton overseeing proceedings.

The Round Two draw sees the inclusion of the 13 Premier League clubs who are not competing in European competitions, alongside Sky Bet Championship sides Stoke City and Swansea City.

The draw is unseeded but will be regionalised into North and South sections.

Coverage starts at 7.00pm on Sky Sports Football with live streaming via Now TV and Sky Go.

Ties will be played week commencing 27th August 2018. The remaining seven Premier League clubs will enter the competition in Round Three.

UPDATE: The Draw

North

Leicester v Fleetwood

Leeds v Preston

Sheffield Wednesday v Wolves

Nottingham Forest v Newcastle

Doncaster v Blackpool

Burton Albion v Aston Villa

Hull v Derby

Middlesbrough v Rochdale

Everton v Rotherham

Blackburn v Lincoln

West Brom v Mansfield

Walsall v Macclesfield

Stoke v Huddersfield

South

Brighton v Southampton

Queens Park Rangers v Bristol Rovers

Wimbledon v West Ham

Fulham v Exeter

Wycombe v Forest Green Rovers

Cardiff v Norwich

Millwall v Plymouth

Brentford v Cheltenham

Swansea v Crystal Palace

Newport v Oxford United

Bournemouth v MK Dons

Reading v Watford

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