Capital One Cup Draw: Manchester United given trip to face League One MK Dons
Wednesday 13 August 2014
Manchester United and new manager Louis van Gaal face a trip to League One MK Dons in the Capital One Cup after the second-round draw was made tonight.
United are in the early stages of the competition after they failed to qualify for Europe and face a tricky tie against Karl Robinson’s side.
In the pick of the other ties, Leeds are at Bradford in a West Yorkshire derby and Newcastle go to Gillingham.
Capital One Cup second-round draw
Burton v QPR; Port Vale v Cardiff; Middlesbrough v Preston; Stoke v Portsmouth; Huddersfield v Nottm Forest; Swansea v Rotherham; Watford v Doncaster; Millwall v Southampton; Bournemouth v Northampton; Brentford v Fulham; West Bromwich v Oxford; Scunthorpe v Reading; Derby v Charlton; West Ham v Sheff Utd; Swindon v Brighton; Leicester v Shrewsbury; Crewe v Bolton; Birmingham v Sunderland; Gillingham v Newcastle; Norwich v Crawley; Bradford v Leeds; Aston Villa v Leyton Orient; Burnley v Sheff Wed; Walsall v Crystal Palace; MK Dons v Man Utd.
Ties to be played 26-27 August
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