Carabao Cup draw in full: Arsenal vs Brentford, Chelsea vs Brighton, Newcastle vs Man City – Football.London

The Carabao Cup third round draw will see the likes of Arsenal, Chelsea and current holders Manchester United enter the competition
Good evening and welcome to tonight's live coverage of the Carabao Cup third-round draw.
Manchester City, Arsenal, Manchester United, Newcastle United, Liverpool, Brighton, West Ham and Aston Villa will all enter the competition now due to their involvement in Europe, and will join Brentford, Chelsea, Crystal Palace and Fulham as some of the Premier League clubs in the third round.
Tottenham Hotspur will not be involved in the draw after their early exit saw them lose out to the Cottagers on penalties, while Bournemouth needed a 91st-minute winner to overcome Swansea City.
The draw will take place live on Sky Sports following Everton's game against Doncaster Rovers later tonight, with the draw expected to start at around 10pm.
Games will take place in the week commencing September 25, with games likely to be played on Tuesday, September 26 and Wednesday, September 27.
With all that said, follow's live coverage of the third-round draw below.
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Ipswich vs Wolves
Exeter vs Luton
Aston Villa vs Everton
Man United vs Crystal Palace
Port Vale vs Sutton United
Bradford vs Middlesbrough
Bournemouth vs Stoke
Lincoln vs West Ham
Brentford vs Arsenal
Chelsea vs Brighton
Salford vs Burnley
Fulham vs Norwich
Blackburn vs Cardiff
Liverpool vs Leicester
Newcastle vs Man City
Mansfield vs Peterborough
A couple of great ties in there. Arsenal travel the short distance for a kickabout with the lads against Brentford, Chelsea renew their rivalry with Brighton and Newcastle welcome Manchester City to St. James' Park.
Mansfield Town vs Peterborough United
Newcastle United vs Manchester City
Liverpool vs Leicester City
Blackburn Rovers vs Cardiff City
Fulham vs Norwich City
Salford City vs Burnley
Chelsea vs Brighton
Brentford vs Arsenal
Lincoln City vs West Ham
Bournemouth vs Stoke City
Bradford vs Middlesbrough
Port Vale vs Sutton United
Manchester United vs Crystal Palace
Aston Villa vs Everton
Exeter City vs Luton Town
Ipswich Town vs Wolves
The balls are in the bowl, and we're about to start!
A reminder that ties for the third round are set to take place on September 26th/27th, so a decent amount of time before the next stage of the competition gets underway.
We're just a couple of minutes away from the scheduled start time, we'll hopefully be under way very shortly.
While we're just waiting for the draw to begin, Mauricio Pochettino is set to deliver his Chelsea press conference, which you can also follow here.
Burnley held on to beat Nottingham Forest, Lincoln defeated Premier League opposition in Sheffield United on penalties and Everton got a late goal through Arnaut Danjuma to secure their place in the next round.
Chelsea are through to the third round, where they will be joined by Blackburn following their 8-0 win over Harrogate Town. It's currently a penalty shootout between Sheffield United and Lincoln City, while Burnley are clinging onto their one-goal lead against Nottingham Forest deep in injury time and Everton are back level against Doncaster Rovers with a few minutes remaining.
Enzo Fernandez scores his first goal for Chelsea to put the Blues ahead in the tie, but they have lost Levi Colwill to injury.
15 minutes remaining in this one.
Blackburn are heading into the third round. They're currently 5-0 up away at Harrogate Town.
It's 0-0 in both Sheffield United vs Lincoln City and the all-Premier League clash between Nottingham Forest and Burnley.
And there could be a shock on the cards, with Everton 1-0 down away to Doncaster Rovers at half-time…
Chelsea have a penalty of their own and Noni Madueke converts to leave the scores level at half-time.
Mauricio Pochettino will be hoping that his young Chelsea side can get into the hat for tonight's draw with a result against AFC Wimbledon.
But they're currently 1-0 down at home to the League Two side after an early penalty!
You can follow the action from that clash live here.
Let's take a look at what happened in the second round of the competition.
Tottenham have been the surprise exit of the round so far, following their loss on penalties to Fulham. A Mickey van de Ven own goal was cancelled out by a second-half Richarlison header but Ange Postecoglou's side were knocked out following Davinson Sanchez's miss from the spot.
League Two's Salford City beat Championship side Leeds United 9-8 on penalties, while Manfield Town made it through by beating Sheffield Wednesday.
Wrexham were knocked out by Bradford City while Premier League Bournemouth crept past Swansea City with a 91st-minute winner from Ryan Christie.
The draw will start at approximately 10pm following the conclusion of Donaster Rovers vs Everton on Sky Sports. Every tie played tonight will be over before the draw takes place.


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