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Draw for the third round of the Carabao Cup

The draw for the third round of the Carabao Cup took place this evening after the final rounds of the second round. Arsenal and Southampton advanced to the third round with heavy victories over West Bromwich Albion and Newport County respectively, while their Premier League compatriot Burnley triumphed over Newcastle United on penalties.

The seven teams competing in European competitions this season will join the 25 teams that qualified for the second round, bringing the total number of teams in the competition to 32.

And as always, there were some delicious connections in the draw.

Manchester United host West Ham

In perhaps the most intriguing storyline of the round, David Moyes will take his soaring West Ham United to his former turf, Old Trafford, to face Manchester United.

Moyes was cut off after just one season with the Red Devils, but has led the Hammers from the relegation-threatened Europa League to the Europa League within 18 months and impressed on his way.

More intrigues could be added depending on the future of former West Ham loanee Jesse Lingard, who has returned to Manchester United. If it were to play a role, it could be quite popular.

The Nuno Derby

Tottenham and Wolves only just got out of playing against each other last weekend but will face each other again at Molineux as they faced each other in the third round.

The game could be even tastier depending on the future of 25-year-old Adama Traore, who is interested in Tottenham and only has two years left on his current Wolves deal.

Like Moyes, the Lilywhites have to cope with a lukewarm reception on their way to the Midlands.

Could it end in white before the end of the window?

Other games to watch out for

Chelsea versus Aston Villa

Liverpool Norwich

Arsenal versus Wimbledon

Manchester city vs. Wycombe walkers

The game will be played on September 21st and 22nd.

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1West Ham United256th
2Chelsea FC256th
3rdLiverpool FC256th
4thBrighton & Hove Albion23rd6th
5Tottenham Hotspur226th
6thManchester United24th4th
7thEverton FC224th
8thBrentford FC224th
9Manchester city24th3rd
10Aston Villa213rd
11Watford FC2-13rd
12thLeicester City2-23rd
13thSouthampton FC2-21
14thCrystal palace2-31
fifteenLeeds United2-41
16Wolverhampton Wanderers2-20
17thBurnley FC2-30
18thNewcastle United2-40
19thArsenal FC2-40
20thNorwich City2-8th0
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Antonio, MikhailWest Ham United3rd
Fernandes, BrunoManchester United3rd
Benrahma, SaidWest Ham United2
Ings, DannyAston Villa2
Maupay, NealBrighton & Hove Albion2
Calvert-Lewin, DominicEverton FC2
Iota, DiogoLiverpool FC2
Greenwood, MasonManchester United2
Salah, MohamedLiverpool FC1
Doucoure, AbdoulayeEverton FC1
Fornals, PabloWest Ham United1
RicharlisonEverton FC1
Dennis, EmmanuelWatford FC1
James, ReeceChelsea FC1
Cresswell, AaronWest Ham United1
Klich, MateuszLeeds United1
Duffy, ShaneBrighton & Hove Albion1
Alonso, MarcosChelsea FC1
Lukaku, RomeluChelsea FC1
Ayling, LukasLeeds United1