Leeds head coach Dave Hockaday insists his players did not let him down after last night's defeat to Bradford City.
United's West Yorkshire rivals head through to the third round, but Hockaday's Leeds side have had a less positive start to the season.
The head coach is defiant that his team will turn their fortunes around:
Bradford City boss Phil Parkinson says his team were inspired to make history and beat Leeds for the first time in eighty years at Valley Parade.
The Bantams last beat their West Yorkshire rivals on home turf in 1986, but that was at Odsal following the Valley Parade fire the previous year.
Parkinson said his team deserved the victory:
Leeds United's Dave Hockaday insists he still has a job to do at the club despite defeat to Bradford piling pressure on his role at the club.
Massimo Cellino appeared to suggest he would sack the former Forest Green man after a 4-1 defeat to Watford at the weekend and left before the final whistle of last night's 2-1 loss at Valley Parade.
Chris Dawkes asked the Leeds head coach if he feared for his position:
All our teams have been given away ties in the Capital One Cup third round.
Bradford's reward for overcoming Leeds is a trip to Stadium MK to face the Dons who beat Manchester United 4-0 in the shock result of round two.
Stuart Gray's Sheffield Wednesday team have been drawn against modern-day galacticos, Manchester City while the Blades head to Leyton Orient who beat Aston Villa 1-0.
Doncaster Rovers play Fulham at Craven Cottage and Hull City travel to the Hawthorns to play fellow Premiership side West Brom.
The draw for the second round of the Capital Cup has just been made. Tonight's winners, Sheffield United will face premier league West Ham.
There will also be a West Yorkshire derby - Bradford City against Leeds United.
Here are the fixtures in full - to be played August 26-27:
Burton v QPR
Port Vale v Cardiff
Middlesbrough v Preston
Stoke v Portsmouth
Huddersfield v Nottingham Forest
Swansea v Rotherham
Watford v Doncaster
Millwall v Southampton
Bournemouth v Northampton
Brentford v Fulham
West Brom v Oxford
Scunthorpe v Reading
Derby v Charlton
West Ham v Sheff Utd
Swindon v Brighton
Leicester v Shrewsbury
Crewe v Bolton
Birmingham v Sunderland
Gillingham v Newcastle
Norwich v Crawley
Bradford v Leeds
Aston Villa v Leyton Orient
Burnley v Sheffield Wednesday
Walsall v Crystal Palace
MK Dons v Man Utd
The Capital One Cup is touring Yorkshire today. The trophy is up for grabs at Wembley on Sunday, when Bradford City take on Swansea in the final.
Bradford City fans have begun queuing outside Valley Parade for tickets for the club's historic Capital One League Cup Final against Swansea City at Wembley on Sunday, February 24.
City have already sold more than 30,000 to season ticket holders, but a further 2,000 will go on general sale at 0900 tomorrow morning. Today hardy fans pitched their tents opposite the ticket office to make sure they don't miss out.
After Bradford's dramatic win against Aston Villa on Tuesday, fans are already gearing up for the 2nd leg at Villa Park. Some fans were queuing at Valley Parade from three o'clock this morning as the last tickets went on sale. Adam Fowler reports.
Tickets have gone on sale at Valley Parade this morning for the second leg of the semi-final of the League Cup between Bradford City and Aston Villa.