League Cup: Fleetwood Town v Nottingham Forest in first round
Newly-promoted Fleetwood Town have been handed a first-round clash with four-time winners Nottingham Forest in the League Cup.
The Cod Army will play in the Football League for the first time in their history after promotion last season .
Ties are scheduled to be played in the week beginning 13 August.
Most League Cup wins
- 8 - Liverpool
- 5 - Aston Villa
- 4 - Chelsea, Manchester United, Nottingham Forest, Tottenham Hotspur
- 3 - Leicester City
- 2 - Arsenal, Birmingham City, Manchester City, Norwich, Wolves
- 1 - Blackburn, Leeds, Luton Town, Middlesbrough, Oxford United, QPR, Sheffield Wednesday, Stoke City, Swindon Town, West Brom
The competition, won by Liverpool last season, has been rebranded the Capital One Cup after the League agreed a new four-year sponsorship deal.
It had been sponsored by brewers Molson Coors since 1998 and branded as the Carling Cup since 2003.
Fleetwood chief executive Steve Curwood told BBC Radio Lancashire: "It doesn't get much better than that in our first fixture as a Football League club.
"There are three or four clubs you might have picked and Forest are definitely one of those. We're pinching ourselves again. The journey continues."
The draw also sees relegated Premier League side Wolves hosting League Two's Aldershot Town and a Lancashire derby between Blackpool and Morecambe.
All Championship sides are in the draw - bar Bolton and Blackburn who enter in the second round after being relegated from the top flight - as League One side Bury host Middlesbrough and Leeds welcome Shrewsbury Town to Elland Road.
Premier League clubs will enter the competition in the second round except for the seven teams that have qualified for Europe, including 2012 winners Liverpool .
Barnet will travel to 2011 winners Birmingham City, while Championship side Watford host League Two's Wycombe and Barnsley manager Keith Hill gets a trip back to his former club Rochdale.
While the competition is set to begin in the week commencing 13 August, the Football League will consider requests to play on Saturday 11 or Sunday 12 should clubs mutually agree.
The full draw:
Derby County v Scunthorpe United
Rochdale v Barnsley
Port Vale v Burnley
Notts County v Bradford City
Hull City v Rotherham United
Fleetwood Town v Nottingham Forest
Carlisle United v Accrington Stanley
Doncaster Rovers v York City
Crewe Alexandra v Hartlepool United
Bury v Middlesbrough
Chesterfield v Tranmere Rovers
Sheffield United v Burton Albion
Blackpool v Morecambe
Leeds United v Shrewsbury Town
Preston North End v Huddersfield Town
Oldham Athletic v Sheffield Wednesday
Cheltenham Town v Milton Keynes Dons
Ipswich Town v Bristol Rovers
Stevenage v AFC Wimbledon
Exeter City v Crystal Palace
Yeovil Town v Colchester United
Birmingham City v Barnet
Bristol City v Gillingham
Northampton Town v Cardiff City
Plymouth Argyle v Portsmouth
Wolverhampton Wanderers v Aldershot Town
Walsall v Brentford
Millwall v Crawley Town
Torquay United v Leicester City
Dagenham & Redbridge v Coventry City
Peterborough United v Southend United
Swindon Town v Brighton & Hove Albion
Watford v Wycombe Wanderers
Charlton Athletic v Leyton Orient
Oxford United v AFC Bournemouth