Brentford, Fulham and QPR all reached the second round of the Carabao Cup and fans will be looking at a potential early season cup run.
The Whites and Rangers both made the third round stage last term but were beaten by Bristol City and Sunderland respectively.
The last time the Bees were at this stage was in 2014 where Fulham ended their hopes of going forward in what was Felix Magath's last victory.
All three sides used the first round ties to rotate their squads and give minutes to younger players and the likelihood is this policy will continue into the second round.
Below, GetWestLondon has produced a handy guide which answers all the key questions that supporters have been asking.
When is the Carabao Cup second round draw?
The draw takes place on Thursday, August 10 after Sunderland's tie with Bury.
Can I follow the Carabao Cup second round draw?
Yes. The draw will take place on Sky Sports News.
When will the second round be played?
All second round games will take place during the week commencing August 21.
Which teams can Brentford/Fulham/Sunderland face?
The 25 highest placed teams from last season's league campaign are all seeded for the draw.
Because of the abandonment of Derby's game against Grimsby it is unclear, at the time of writing, what the EFL will do when it comes to making them a seed or not.
We do know, however, that both Brentford and Fulham will be seeded for the draw, while QPR will not be meaning a west London derby could be on the cards.
The seven Premier League teams competing in Europe will join the 25 second round winners in the third round of the competition.
Seeded teams (Potential QPR opponents)
West Bromwich Albion
West Ham United
Sunderland (if they beat Bury)
Derby County/Grimsby Town
Will be seeded
Barnsley (if Sunderland lose)
Wolverhampton Wanderers (if Sunderland lose and the EFL make Derby/Grimsby unseeded)
Definitely unseeded (Potential opponents for Brentford or Fulham)
Milton Keynes Dons
Crewe Alexandra/Bolton Wanderers