The Capital One Cup draw takes place at 10am on Tuesday 16th June, and the seedings have been confirmed for the First Round...Among the top seeds are the trio of Burnley, Hull City and Queens Park Rangers following their return to The Football League. In Round 1 seeded teams will be drawn against unseeded teams.
In last year's competition, none of those sides lasted more than one match. The Clarets and QPR joined the action at the Second Round stage and were both dumped out the Cup by sides in the lower divisions.
Sheffield Wednesday overcame Sean Dyche's men 1-0 at Turf Moor, and the Hoops – who lifted the trophy in 1967 - were knocked out the following day against the eventual Sky Bet League 2 winners, Burton Albion.
Hull joined a round later due to their participation in the Europa League, but they also lasted just 90 minutes in the tournament as they fell to a 3-2 defeat against fellow Premier League outfit West Bromwich Albion.
Another team in the seeded side of the draw are Sheffield United, who will be looking to replicate the form that saw them push Tottenham Hotspur all the way over two legs as they reached the semi-finals of last year's competition.
Bristol Rovers and Barnet return to the Capital One Cup after brief spells in non-league football, and are two of the 36 clubs in the unseeded side of the draw.
Rovers had just a one-season absence from the competition following their relegation to the Conference in 2013/14, and their last match saw them defeated 3-1 by Watford at the Memorial Stadium.
And Barnet, who took the Conference title last year, return to play their first fixture in the tournament since August 2012, when they were also brushed aside by Championship opposition, in a 5-1 loss to Birmingham City.