League Cup draw in full: Holders Linfield handed Ballinamallard trip as Ballymena drawn away to Newington
Holders Linfield will travel to Ballinamallard United in the second round of the BetMcLean League Cup.
The Blues won last year's competition thanks to a narrow 1-0 final victory over Ballymena United, who face a trip to Newington in their second round tie.
Glentoran will host either Knockbreda or Ballyclare Comrades, Crusaders will welcome Lurgan Celtic and Cliftonville travel to Moyola Park.
The 2018 winners Dungannon Swifts face a County Tyrone derby when they host Dergview while the NI Football League's newest side Bangor will host Premiership newboys Carrick Rangers.
The other derby tie sees Championship hopefuls Portadown welcome Dollingstown to Shamrock Park.
Larne are set to welcome Lisburn Distillery to Inver Park.
Eight teams will play in the first round on Saturday, August 10, with the winners making it through to the second round on Tuesday, August 27.
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The top tier sides and the top four Championship teams were seeded for the second round draw, preventing any all-Premiership match-ups.
BetMcLean League Cup first round draw
Knockbreda v Ballyclare Comrades
Loughgall v Banbridge Town
H&W Welders v Armagh City
PSNI v Queen's University
Ties to be played on Saturday, August 10
BetMcLean League Cup second round draw
Ballinamallard United v Linfield
Newington v Ballymena United
Dundela v Tobermore United
Dungannon Swifts v Dergview
Portadown v Dollingstown
Ards v Limavady United (Tie to be reversed as Bangor were also drawn at home)
H&W Welders / Armagh City v Warrenpoint Town
Bangor v Carrick Rangers
Moyola Park v Cliftonville
Larne v Lisburn Distillery
Institute v PSNI / Queen's University
Loughgall / Banbridge Town v Newry City
Coleraine v Annagh United
Glenavon v Portstewart
Glentoran v Knockbreda / Ballyclare Comrades
Crusaders v Lurgan Celtic
Ties to be played on Tuesday, August 27
Here's the draw as it happened:
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