The 2020/21 Carabao Cup is underway with the majority of teams kicking off their season in the competition on Saturday.

There were some big shocks, with Newport County beating Swansea City and Plymouth Argyle overcoming QPR.

The winners of those ties go into the second round draw of the competition, with a subsequent draw set to take place to work about the potential third-round ties which include the seven Premier League clubs who are playing in Europe.

Find out all the details about that draw below, including where you can watch it, who will be involved and the ball numbers of the teams in both the northern and southern sections.

The EFL Carabao Cup draw goes ahead on Sunday
The EFL Carabao Cup draw goes ahead on Sunday

When is the draw?

The draw for the second and third rounds of the Carabao Cup take place after Brentford play Wycombe in the first round on Sunday.

Raheem Sterling helped Manchester City to victory last time out
Raheem Sterling helped Manchester City to victory last time out

Where can I watch?

Just like Brentford against Wycombe, the draw will be live on Sky Sports.

It will be shown on Sky Sports Football.

The draw can also be streamed via SkyGo or Now TV.

Brentford take on Wycombe Wanderers in the first game at their new stadium on Sunday
Brentford take on Wycombe Wanderers in the first game at their new stadium on Sunday

What are the ball numbers?

Just like the first round, the second round is regionalised.

It is also unseeded, meaning any side can face another from the same region.

South section ball numbers

1 - Bournemouth

2 - Brighton

3 - Bristol City

4 - Cambridge

5 - Charlton

6 - Cheltenham

7 - Coventry

8 - Crystal Palace

9 - Fulham

10 - Gillingham

11 - Ipswich Town

12 - Leyton Orient

13 - Luton Town

14 - Millwall

15 - Newport County

16 - Northampton Town

17 - Oxford United

18 - Plymouth Argyle

19 - Portsmouth

20 - Reading

21 - Southampton

22 - Watford

23 - West Ham

24 - Brentford/Wycombe

North section ball numbers

1 - Aston Villa

2 - Barnsley

3 - Blackburn Rovers

4 - Bradford City

5 - Burnley

6 - Burton Albion

7 - Derby County

8 - Everton

9 - Fleetwood Town

10 - Harrogate Town

11 - Hull City

12 - Leeds United

13 - Lincoln City

14 - Middlesbrough

15 - Morecambe

16 - Newcastle United

17 - Oldham Athletic

18 - Port Vale

19 - Preston North End

20 - Rochdale

21 - Salford City

22 - Sheffield United

23 - Sheffield Wednesday

24 - Stoke City

25 - West Brom

26 - Wolves

The final will go ahead at Wembley in February of 2021
The final will go ahead at Wembley in February of 2021

How does the third round work?

The seven Premier League teams competing in Europe will enter in round three but will find out their potential opponents on Sunday.

After the second round draw, matches will be given a ball number based on the order they were drawn out in.

These numbers will then go to an unseeded third round draw with the seven European sides also taking part.

When will the ties be played?

Second-round ties will be played on the week commencing September 14, with third-round matches the following week.