Moyes faces Old Trafford tie
David Moyes will face former club Manchester United next month after his West Ham side were drawn against the Red Devils in the EFL Cup.
The Hammers are 8/15 to beat Crystal Palace, who are 11/2 to win with the draw 3/1 in the Premier League on Saturday.
Old Trafford return
Moyes took charge of Manchester United after club legend Sir Alex Ferguson retired but lasted only ten months before being sacked back in 2014.
The London club join the EFL Cup at the third-round stage as a result of their involvement in this year's Europa League.
Reigning champions Manchester City, meanwhile, will face Wycome Wanderers of League One while Tottenham face Wolves, Chelsea lock horns with Aston Villa and Liverpool take on Norwich City in the all-Premier League encounters.
Gunners get Wimbledon
Mikel Arteta may be under increasing pressure at Arsenal for their opening league performances but the north London side ran out emphatic 6-0 winners against West Brom in the second round of the EFL Cup and have been drawn at home to AFC Wimbledon.
Following their 3-0 thrashing of Crewe, top-flight outfit Leeds will face Championship highflyers Fulham while Southampton will follow their 8-0 demolition of Newport County with a trip to Sheffield United.
Blues meet Championship challenges
Leicester and Everton both face ties with Championship outfits Millwall and QPR respectively and Watford take on Stoke with Burnley set to entertain Rochdale in the next round.
The matches will take place the week commencing September 20th with Pep Guardiola's Man City bidding for a fifth successive title.