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Carabao Cup second round draw in full: Blackburn to play rivals Burnley as Forest head to Newcastle

Date Posted,August 10, 2017

Blackburn will go head to head with East Lancashire rivals Burnley in the second round of the Carabao Cup.

Rovers beat Coventry City 3-1 in the first leg to set up the tie with the Premier League outfit, and will host them at Ewood Park.

Elsewhere Newcastle were drawn alongside Nottingham Forest, while West Ham will play host to League Two outfit Cheltenham.

And Brentford will take on QPR in the other derby of the second round tie, as Aston Villa prepare for the visit of Wigan at Villa Park.

For the full Carabao Cup second round draw, see below.

Sean Dyche’s Burnley will take on Blackburn (Image: REUTERS)
Rafa Benitez’s Newcastle side will take on Nottingham Forest (Image: Stu Forster)

Second round draw in full


Brentford vs QPR

Ipswich vs Crystal Palace

Bristol City vs Watford

Charlton vs Norwich

Cheltenham vs West Ham

Brighton vs Barnet

Cardiff vs Burton Albion

Southampton vs Wolves

Fulham vs Bristol Rovers

MK Dons vs Swansea

Birmingham vs Bournemouth

Reading vs Millwall


Carlisle vs Sunderland

Bolton vs Sheffield Wednesday

Accrington Stanley vs West Brom

Newcastle vs Nottingham Forest

Newport County vs Leeds

Stoke vs Rochdale

Huddersfield vs Rotherham

Middlesbrough vs Scunthorpe

Doncaster vs Hull

Blackburn vs Burnley

Sheffield United vs Leicester

Aston Villa vs Wigan

Barnsley vs Derby/Grimsby

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