Capital One Cup first round draw

Last year's Blue Square Bet Premier winners Fleetwood will welcome two-time European champions Nottingham Forest to Highbury for their first ever Capital One Cup tie.

Micky Mellon's side, who smashed the 100-point barrier on their way to the title, host Forest in the most eye-catching contest of round one which will begin the week commencing August 13.

Wolves start life under manager Stale Solbakken by welcoming Aldershot, who earned a money-spinning home tie with Manchester United in this competition last term, to Molineux.

Beaten finalists Cardiff travel to Northampton while Barnsley boss Keith Hill will go back to Rochdale for the first time since leaving them for Oakwell.

In other stand-out ties, York, who were promoted to npower League Two via the play-offs, face a trip to Doncaster, Paolo Di Canio's Swindon visit Gus Poyet's Brighton while Birmingham, who were winners of the competition two years ago, host Barnet at St Andrew's.

Draw in full:
Port Vale v Burnley
Derby v Scunthorpe
Rochdale v Barnsley
Notts County v Bradford
Hull v Rotherham
Fleetwood v Nottingham Forest
Carlisle v Accrington
Doncaster v York
Crewe v Hartlepool
Bury v Middlesbrough
Chesterfield v Tranmere
Sheffield United v Burton
Blackpool v Morecambe
Leeds v Shrewsbury
Preston v Huddersfield
Oldham v Sheffield Wednesday
Cheltenham v Milton Keynes Dons
Ipswich v Bristol Rovers
Stevenage v AFC Wimbledon
Exeter v Crystal Palace
Yeovil v Colchester
Birmingham v Barnet
Bristol City v Gillingham
Northampton v Cardiff
Plymouth v Portsmouth
Wolves v Aldershot
Walsall v Brentford
Millwall v Crawley
Torquay v Leicester
Dagenham v Coventry
Peterborough v Southend
Swindon v Brighton
Watford v Wycombe
Charlton v Leyton Orient
Oxford v Bournemouth

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11:58am Thu 14 Jun 12

SO50 Saint says...

Plymouth away for the few, I hope they beat em a nice home tie against the few in 2nd round would be nice as long as we wouldnt have to give them half the receipts like in the fa cup
Plymouth away for the few, I hope they beat em a nice home tie against the few in 2nd round would be nice as long as we wouldnt have to give them half the receipts like in the fa cup SO50 Saint
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