Leicester City duo, Kelechi Iheanacho and Wilfred Ndidi will begin their Carabao Cup campaign for the 2020/2021 season with a third round fixture against Arsenal at the King Power Stadium.
The Foxes, who qualified for the UEFA Europa League by virtue of their fifth place finish in the premier league last season, will hope to go a step better than their semifinal finish last term.
Iheanacho enjoyed a brilliant run in the Carabao Cup, scoring four goals and 10 goals in all competitions from 26 appearances last season while Ndidi remain a super regular for the former premier league champions.
Meanwhile, holders Manchester City will play host to Bournemouth or Crystal Palace, according to the fixtures released by organisers on Sunday. Premier League champions, Liverpool travel to play Bradford or Lincoln while Manchester United are away to Reading or Luton.
Leicester City will hope to get the better of current FA Cup holders, Arsenal when they clash on 22/23 September, 2020.
Leicester vs Arsenal
Bradford or Lincoln vs Liverpool
Manchester City vs Bournemouth or Crystal Palace
Millwall or Cheltenham vs Burnley or Sheffield United
Chelsea vs Middlesbrough or Barnsley
Bristol City or Northampton vs Burton or Aston Villa
Morecambe or Oldham vs Newcastle or Blackburn
Reading or Luton vs Manchester United
Derby or Preston vs Brighton or Portsmouth
Ipswich or Fulham vs Rochdale or Sheffield Wednesday
Wolves or Stoke vs Gillingham or Coventry
West Brom or Harrogate Town vs Southampton or Brentford
Newport or Cambridge vs Oxford or Watford
Fleetwood or Port Vale vs Everton or Salford City
Leyton Orient or Plymouth vs Tottenham
West Ham or Charlton vs Leeds or Hull
First round: 5/6 September, 2020
Second round: 15/16 September, 2020
Third round: 22/23 September, 2020
Fourth round: 29/30 September, 2020
Quarter-finals: 22/23 December, 2020
Semi-finals: 5/6 January, 2021
Final: 28 February, 2021.