West Brom begin their Carabao Cup campaign tonight, as they take on Millwall for second time in four days.
Ahead of the game, we’ve taken a look back at Albion’s last five Round one fixtures in the League Cup.
2018/19 – West Brom 1 Luton 0
It was Luton who Albion faced at this stage last year, when Oliver Burke’s first goal for the Baggies was enough to secure passage into the second round.
Albion were captained by James Morrison that night. He led a side that also featured Tosin Adarabioyo, Boaz Myhill and a certain Harvey Barnes.
2009/10 – Bury 0 West Brom 2
You have to go back almost a decade to recall Albion’s last First round game after last season due to the Baggies being in the top flight. They were drawn away from home to Bury in Roberto Di Matteo’s second game in charge.
An own goal and a Graham Dorrans strike were enough that night in a game which saw Joe Mattock, Reuben Reid and Simon Cox make their debuts for the club.
2007/08 – West Brom 1 Bournemouth 0
A stunning strike from Craig Beattie, fresh off a move from Celtic, was enough to secure the win in 2007 as the Baggies faced the Cherries.
Ex-England international Darren Anderton went closest for Bournemouth against an Albion eleven which featured Martin Albrechtsen, Filipe Teixeira and Pedro Pele.
2006/07 – Leyton Orient 0 West Brom 3
Stuart Nicholson, who went on to leave football due to a serious gambling addiction, marked his Albion debut with the opening goal of the game in a 3-0 route in 2006.
Goals from Darren Carter and Jonathan Greening ensured an easy night’s work for the Baggies, who were still managed by Great Escape hero Bryan Robson at the time.
2003/04 – West Brom 4 Brentford 0
The biggest victory on this list. Albion beat Brentford 4-0 at the Hawthorns thanks to home debut goals by Rob Hulse and Bernt Haas. Hulse got two that night, after completing a £750,000 move from Crewe, and Scott Dobie completed the scoring.
Artim Sakiri was another new signing in a side which would go on to clinch second-place in the First division, with the likes of Jason Koumas, Thomas Gaardsoe and Neil Clement.