With a weekend of Premier League action behind us, we now turn to the second round of the Carabao Cup.
It is round two of the Carabao Cup happening around England. Not all Premier League clubs take part in the action over the next three nights, waiting to see who they take on a week from now when they do join in on the domestic cup fun.
Twenty-five EFL Cup clashes to be played over the next three evenings. Sixteen fixtures on Tuesday evening, another six on Wednesday evening, and then the final stock on Thursday. There will be a total of 13 Premier League sides playing this week.
The Cup is totally overshadowed by the transfer window and the potential ins, outs, and disappointments.
Premier League clubs playing this week’s EFL Cup
Newcastle vs. Blackburn Rovers
West Ham United vs. Charlton
Bournemouth vs. Crystal Palace
Burton vs. Aston Villa
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West Brom vs. Harrogate Town
Ipswich vs. Fulham
Southampton vs. Brentford
Leeds United vs. Hull City
Everton vs. Salford City
Burnley vs. Sheffield United
Wolves vs. Stoke City
Brighton vs. Portsmouth
Arsenal, Chelsea, Leicester City, Liverpool, both Manchester clubs, and Tottenham will all wait for results this week. Of the EFL encounters, Crystal Palace, Burnley, Sheff United, and Southampton have difficult encounters.
The rest of Newcastle, West Ham, West Brom, Fulham, Leeds United, Everton, Wolves, and Brighton should be getting through the third round of the Carabao Cup with ease. The best match coming should be Palace’s unlucky draw against