Carabao Cup third round: Potential opponents, ball numbers & TV details

Carabao Cup third round: Potential opponents, ball numbers & TV details

Manchester United will start their defence of the Carabao Cup in the third round which will take place on the week commencing September 25.

The draw for the third round of the Carabao Cup takes place tonight following the conclusion of Doncaster Rovers’ tie at home to Everton.

United could face Salford City after they enjoyed a memorable win against Leeds United on penalties.

Meanwhile, Tottenham were knocked out of the cup at the hands of Fulham last night.

We expect United to take the League Cup serious this season like they did last term. It will be our first chance of silverware and it holds fond memories after our Wembley win over Newcastle.

The third round draw will be broadcast live on Sky Sports Main Event, Sky Sports Football and Sky Sports Premier League, plus Sky Sports News.

Ball numbers ahead of the draw

1) AFC Bournemouth
2) Arsenal
3) Aston Villa
4) Bradford City
5) Brentford
6) Brighton and Hove Albion
7) Cardiff City
8) Crystal Palace
9) Exeter City
10) Fulham
11) Ipswich Town
12) Leicester City
13) Liverpool
14) Luton Town
15) Manchester City
16) Manchester United
17) Mansfield Town
18) Middlesbrough
19) Norwich City
20) Newcastle United
21) Peterborough United
22) Port Vale
23) Salford City
24) Stoke City
25) Sutton United
26) West Ham United
27) Wolverhampton Wanderers
28) Chelsea or AFC Wimbledon
29) Doncaster Rovers or Everton
30) Harrogate Town or Blackburn Rovers
31) Nottingham Forest or Burnley
32) Sheffield United or Lincoln City

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