The 2015/16 Capital One Cup resumes this week, with 24 ties taking place across Tuesday and Wednesday.Round 2 sees the 12 Premier League sides not involved in European competitions this season entering, and they will face the Sky Bet Championship, Sky Bet League 1 and Sky Bet League 2 sides that were successful in Round 1.
Read more: Premier League sides enter the fray in Round 2 of the Capital One Cup
Capital One Cup Round 2 fixtures (kick-off times are 7.45pm unless stated):
Tuesday 25th August
Aston Villa v Notts County
Birmingham City v Gillingham
Burton Albion v Middlesbrough
Bury v Leicester City
Crystal Palace v Shrewsbury Town
Doncaster Rovers v Ipswich Town
Fulham v Sheffield United
Hartlepool United v Bournemouth
Hull City v Rochdale
Luton Town v Stoke City (live on Sky Sports)
Milton Keynes Dons v Cardiff City
Newcastle United v Northampton Town
Peterborough United v Charlton Athletic
Portsmouth v Reading
Preston North End v Watford
Queens Park Rangers v Carlisle United
Rotherham United v Norwich City
Sheffield Wednesday v Oxford United
Sunderland v Exeter City
Swansea City v York City
Walsall v Brighton & Hove Albion
Wolverhampton Wanderers v Barnet
West Bromwich Albion v Port Vale (8pm)
Wednesday 26th August
Barnsley v Everton (live on Sky Sports)
Look out for...
There are plenty of previous League Cup winners who start their Capital One Cup campaign on Tuesday, including Aston Villa, West Bromwich Albion and Swansea City, who face Sky Bet League 2 opposition in the form of Notts County, York City and Port Vale respectively.
Read more: Notts County's Graham Burke excited to return to Aston Villa in Capital One Cup
Bury, Exeter City, Hartlepool United and Northampton Town are among other League 2 sides who take on Premier League opposition, as are Luton Town, who face Stoke City at Kenilworth Road on Tuesday in a game being screened live on Sky Sports.
Read more: Capital One Cup Round 2 - Sky Sports’ selections announced
Milton Keynes Dons, who famously beat Manchester United 4-0 in Round 2 a year ago, face an all-Championship clash with Cardiff City at stadiummk, while Brighton & Hove Albion and Walsall, who have both made an unbeaten start to league life, go toe-to-toe at Banks's Stadium.
Among the notable Round 1 winners were Oxford United, who go to Sheffield Wednesday after beating Brentford 4-0, and Burton Albion, who welcome Middlesbrough to the Pirelli Stadium for only the second ever meeting between the two clubs.
Read more: Burton Albion manager Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink set to face former side Middlesbrough in Round 2 of the Capital One Cup
Read more: Northampton Town boss Chris Wilder says his players have a great opportunity against Newcastle United
Match official appointments
The officials appointed to Capital One Cup Round 2 games have been announced.
Click here to see who is officiating in Round 2 of the Capital One Cup
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We’ll be providing live match updates from all of the Round 2 games in the Capital One Cup on Twitter, via @CapitalOne_Cup, and on the official League Cup Facebook page.