Weapons store will go to Leicester City in the Carabao Cup third round, while Liverpool, Tottenham and Manchester United all face conceivably dubious away ties after the draws for the second and third adjusts were made on Sunday.
Jürgen Klopp's side will confront either Bradford or Lincoln City, while Tottenham could confront a short excursion to Leyton Orient – or an any longer excursion to Plymouth, who thumped QPR out on Saturday. Joined will visit either Luton or Reading, while Chelsea will invite the champ of Middlesbrough v Barnsley in cycle three.
Manchester City, who have won the trophy three years straight, will have Bournemouth or Crystal Palace, who meet in one of the feature ties in the second round draw's southern half. West Ham will have Charlton, the Premier League returnees Fulham take on Ipswich and Brighton face Portsmouth in a south-coast derby.
In the northern segment, the EFL newcomers Harrogate Town have earned a tie at West Brom subsequent to beating Tranmere on punishments. Aston Villa face a short yet testing outing to Burton Albion, Salford City go to Goodison Park to play Everton, and Burnley take on Sheffield United in an all-Premier League tie.
On Sunday, Brentford beat Wycombe on punishments in the primary match at their new arena to set up a second-full circle to Southampton. The Bees safeguard Ethan Pinnock headed in the primary objective at the Brentford Community Stadium yet his helpless pass permitted Daryl Horgan to adjust for the Championship newcomers.
In the shootout, Luke Daniels spared Scott Kashket's spot-kick to give Brentford the bit of leeway, and Marcus Forss scored to win a 4-2 win on punishments.