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League One's Milton Keynes Dons face AFC Wimbledon of League Two in the pick of the first round Capital One Cup draw.

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Manchester City: Premier League champions also won the League Cup last season

Manchester City: Premier League champions also won the League Cup last season

The Dons were formed as the result of Wimbledon FC's relocation to Milton Keynes from south London in 2003, but consider themselves to have been founded in 2004, when they registered their present name.

Holders Manchester City and the rest of the Premier League teams come into the competition in the second round, as do relegated Fulham and Norwich but the third relegated top-tier team, Cardiff City, must travel to League One's Coventry.

At this stage, teams are drawn against each other based on region and the opening round will see children's tickets available for just £1.

Round 1

Oldham v Middlesbrough

Shrewsbury v Blackpool

Sheffield Wednesday v Notts County

Tranmere Rovers v Nottingham Forest

Leeds United v Accrington Stanley

Bolton Wanderers v Bury

Rochdale v Preston North End

Rotherham United v Fleetwood Town

Carlisle United v Derby County

Port Vale v Hartlepool United

Morecambe v Bradford City

Barnsley v Crewe Alexandra

Chesterfield v Huddersfield Town

Blackburn Rovers v Scunthorpe United

Burton Albion v Wigan Athletic

York City v Doncaster Rovers

Sheffield United v Mansfield Town

Reading v Newport County

Bristol City v Oxford United

Brighton & Hove Albion v Cheltenham Town

Coventry City v Cardiff City

Luton Town v Swindon Town

Dagenham & Redbridge v Brentford

Charlton Athletic v Colchester United

Crawley Town v Ipswich Town

Wolverhampton Wanderers v Northampton Town

Yeovil Town v Gillingham

Milton Keynes Dons v AFC Wimbledon

Exeter City v AFC Bournemouth

Stevenage v Watford

Plymouth Argyle v Leyton Orient

Birmingham City v Cambridge Untied

Portsmouth v Peterborough United

Millwall v Wycombe Wanderers

Southend United v Walsall

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