Salford City will make their Carabao Cup debut when they face Leeds United in the first round at the Peninsula Stadium, live on Sky Sports.
The hosts, who are now in League Two, are set for one of the biggest games in their history when they face Marcelo Bielsa's Championship side.
Here's all you need to know ahead of Tuesday evening's Carabao Cup clash…
Salford captain Liam Hogan remains a doubt for the visit of Leeds.
Defender Hogan has seen a surgeon in a bid to resolve the injury which ruled him out of City's first two matches of the season.
Boss Graham Alexander has no other injury concerns and could opt to make changes with Jake Beesley and Luke Armstrong pushing for places in the starting line-up.
Leeds will hand a debut to Eddie Nketiah, who joined on loan from Arsenal on transfer deadline day.
Illan Meslier may get a chance in goal while Gaetano Berardi, Gjanni Alioski, Robbie Gotts, Jamie Shackleton and Helder Costa will also be in contention.
Jack Clarke could make his first appearance since completing his move to Tottenham and returning to Leeds on loan. Luke Ayling (ankle) and Tyler Roberts (knee) are still sidelined.
Salford manager Graham Alexander: "I'd say the biggest game was the play-off final back in May because of the change in the club's fortunes from the National League into the Football League for the first time. It's got to be the biggest game in the club's history, but as an opponent we've played Leeds United, without a shadow of a doubt, are the biggest club we've ever faced. It's a fantastic draw for us."
Leeds boss Marcelo Bielsa: "For us this game is very interesting, with the connections with Manchester United and we are going to play the game as seriously as we can.
"Salford have some characteristics of typical British style of play, with big strikers and big defenders too. At the same time they have a modern dynamic too, they have a good link and good balance of styles."
How to watch
Salford vs Leeds is live on Sky Sports Football from 7pm and Sky Sports Main Event from 7.30pm; Kick-off at 7.45pm.
Sky Sports customers can watch in-game clips in the live match blog on the Sky Sports website and app.
Highlights will also be published on the Sky Sports digital platforms shortly after the final whistle.
Tuesday's other Carabao Cup first round fixtures
Away from Salford vs Leeds, their are 32 other games taking place in the first round on Tuesday evening.
Kick-off at 7.45pm unless stated:
- AFC Wimbledon vs Milton Keynes Dons
- Accrington Stanley vs Sunderland
- Barnsley vs Carlisle United
- Blackburn Rovers vs Oldham Athletic
- Blackpool vs Macclesfield Town
- Bradford City vs Preston North End
- Brentford vs Cambridge United
- Bristol Rovers vs Cheltenham Town
- Charlton Athletic vs Forest Green Rovers
- Colchester United vs Swindon Town
- Coventry City vs Exeter City
- Gillingham vs Newport County
- Grimsby Town vs Doncaster Rovers
- Huddersfield Town vs Lincoln City
- Luton Town vs Ipswich Town
- Mansfield Town vs Morecambe
- Middlesbrough vs Crewe Alexandra
- Nottingham Forest vs Fleetwood Town
- Oxford United vs Peterborough United
- Plymouth Argyle vs Leyton Orient
- Port Vale vs Burton Albion
- QPR vs Bristol City
- Rochdale vs Bolton Wanderers
- Scunthorpe United vs Derby County
- Shrewsbury Town vs Rotherham United
- Stevenage vs Southend United
- Swansea City vs Northampton Town
- Tranmere Rovers vs Hull City
- Walsall vs Crawley Town
- Wigan Athletic vs Stoke City
- Wycombe Wanderers vs Reading
- West Bromwich Albion vs Millwall (kick-off 8pm)
How to follow
You can keep-up-to-date with all the goals as they go in from the Carabao Cup first round on the Sky Sports digital platforms.
Follow all the action with our dedicated live blog on the Sky Sports website and app. Highlights will then be published from every game on the Sky Sports digital platforms shortly after the final whistles.
Watch Soccer Special from 7.30pm on Sky Sports Premier League and Sky Sports News, with Clinton Morrison, Tony Gale, Sue Smith and Matt Murray the guests on the show.
When is the second round draw?
The Carabao Cup second round will take place live on Sky Sports on Tuesday, August 13.
The draw will be hosted by Sky Sports presenter Laura Woods and will take place following the conclusion of Salford's clash with Leeds.
The winning teams from round one will be joined in the hat by the 13 Premier League teams not involved in European competitions, alongside Championship sides Cardiff City and Fulham.
Everton, Newcastle, Leicester, West Ham, Crystal Palace, Southampton, Aston Villa, Watford, Brighton, Burnley, Bournemouth, Sheffield United and Norwich enter the fray with the seven remaining Premier League clubs coming in from the third round.