Second round draw for the Capital One Cup

 

Scunthorpe's reward for last night's remarkable victory over Derby is a trip to Barclays Premier League side Norwich in the second round of the Capital One Cup.

The npower League One side beat Derby on penalties after battling back from 3-0 and then 5-3 down to force extra time with two injury-time goals.

Northampton, who knocked out last season's runners-up Cardiff, have been drawn at home to Championship club Wolves.

Thirteen Premier League clubs were in the second round draw.

The ties will be played during the week commencing August 27.

Five-time League Cup winners Aston Villa host Tranmere, while Paolo di Canio's Swindon, who beat Brighton last night, travel to Stoke.

Swansea, QPR, Everton and Sunderland all received home draws, against Barnsley, Walsall, Leyton Orient and Morecambe respectively.

Fulham travel to Sheffield Wednesday, while Wigan head to the City Ground to face Nottingham Forest and West Brom are away at Yeovil.

Of the Premier League newcomers, Southampton travel to Stevenage, Reading host Peterborough and West Ham tackle Crewe at Upton Park.

Crystal Palace, last year's beaten semi-finalists, face Preston, while Crawley, who beat Millwall on penalties, host Bolton.

Gillingham host 2004 League Cup winners Middlesbrough, MK Dons play Blackburn at home, while Coventry welcome Birmingham to the Ricoh Arena.

Oxford's victory over Bournemouth has earned them a trip to face Leeds at Elland Road.

Doncaster face East Yorkshire rivals Hull, Carlisle host Ipswich, Leicester meet Burton at the Walkers Stadium and Plymouth play Burnley.

CAPITAL ONE CUP SECOND-ROUND DRAW:

Preston v Crystal Palace

Watford v Bradford

Swansea v Barnsley

Yeovil v West Brom

Coventry v Birmingham

West Ham v Crewe

Doncaster v Hull

Carlisle v Ipswich

Reading v Peterborough

Sheffield Wednesday v Fulham

Leicester v Burton

Burnley v Plymouth

QPR v Walsall

Stevenage v Southampton

Nottingham Forest v Wigan

Stoke v Swindon

Aston Villa v Tranmere

Crawley v Bolton

Gillingham v Middlesbrough

Northampton v Wolves

Everton v Leyton Orient

MK Dons v Blackburn

Leeds v Oxford

Sunderland v Morecambe

Norwich v Scunthorpe

The ties will be played during the week commencing August 27.

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