10:30pm (approx): English Football League Cup third round draw
- Seven Premier League sides enter at the third round stage.
- Arsenal, Leicester City, Manchester City, Manchester United, Southampton, Tottenham Hotspur and West Ham United join 25 second round winners.
- Liverpool, Chelsea, and Everton among the teams to progress.
Blink and you miss it and we're already done and dusted on this EFL Cup live blog. We'll have coverage of the whole of the third round which will be played week commencing 19 September. We look forward to that but until then, goodbye.
Well then, some cracking ties in there. Nottingham Forest host Arsenal and Derby take on Liverpool. Northampton are rewarded for their giant killing with the visit of Manchester United, while Accrington go to West Ham. Champions Leicester take on Chelsea meanwhile. Pick the TV games there if you can.
Leicester City vs Chelsea
Stoke City vs Hull City
Newcastle United vs Wolverhampton Wanderers
Brighton and Hove Albion vs Reading
Northampton Town vs Manchester United
Derby County vs Liverpool
Everton vs Norwich City
Tottenham Hotspur vs Gillingham
Bournemouth vs Preston North End
Fulham vs Bristol City
Swansea City vs Manchester City
Southampton vs Crystal Palace
West Ham United vs Accrington Stanley
Queens Park Rangers vs Sunderland
Leeds United vs Blackburn Rovers
Nottingham Forest vs Arsenal
It has been a long night on the second evening of matches in the second round, despite there just being four ties. Two of them have gone to extra time, but we finally have two winners and two Premier League exit. Fulham have overcome Middlesbrough while Accrington have beaten Burnley.
There is no waiting around, we're straight into the draw. Here are the important numbers.
So after two nights of second round ties we reach the moment in the newly-branded English Football League Cup where the Premier league heavyweights enter the competition along with the 25 sides who have already made it this far. All those teams competing in Europe this season, including Arsenal, Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur, enter the draw and provide potentially tasty opposition for those sides still alive and kicking.
Among those are Chelsea and Liverpool, both of whom won on Tuesday night. We're just minutes away from the draw so sit back and wait for your team to be drawn from the velvet bag.