The Carabao Cup third round kicks off tonight and with it comes the big teams entering the competition for the first time this season.
Man United, Liverpool, Arsenal and Premier League champions Man City all come into the fray and most of them are expected to hand opportunities to some young talent coming through the ranks as they look to rotate their teams.
There are some tired legs following the first six games of the season for top flight teams and the Carabao Cup has always been an opportunity for both fringe and upcoming players to show their worth.
Teams like Arsenal have famously used the competition as a proving ground for their brightest academy stars to shine, while Jurgen Klopp is known to have fielded entire starting XIs full of young players in recent years.
Mail Sport takes a look through the youngsters you should be looking out for who have a chance of featuring for their clubs in the Carabao Cup third round.
Deivid Washington - Chelsea
The Brazilian forward signed for the Blues for £17m this summer having joined from Santos, penning a seven-year deal - though the 18-year-old is yet to feature for the club.
In the last round of the Carabao Cup, Chelsea boss Mauricio Pochettino used their 2-1 win over AFC Wimbledon to give chances to plenty of youth players - meaning their young prospects will have high hopes of getting game time in the next round against Brighton at home.
In the Wimbledon game, Pochettino started five youngsters - including Mason Burstow up front - but he has since joined Sunderland on loan. The Argentine is facing something of a crisis up front with new signing Christopher Nkunku already ruled out for the foreseeable future and Nicolas Jackson set to serve a suspension.
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