Carling Cup(KO 7.45pm unless stated)Bradford 1-2 Preston FT(After extra-time)
Brentford 2-1 Hull FT
Crewe 0-1 Ipswich FT(After extra-time)
Hartlepool 0-3 Wigan FT
Leeds United 1-2 Leicester FT
Leyton Orient 0-2 West Brom FT
Millwall 2-1 Middlesbrough FT
MK Dons 4-3 Blackpool FT(After extra-time)
Morecambe 1-3 Burnley FT
Peterborough 2-1 Cardiff FT
Portsmouth 1-1 Crystal Palace FT(Portsmouth win 4-3 on penalties)
Scunthorpe 4-2 Sheff Wednesday FT
Southampton 0-1 Bolton FT
Stoke 2-1 Shrewsbury FT
Sunderland 2-0 Colchester FT
Tranmere 1-3 Swansea FT
Watford 1-2 Notts County FT
West Ham 1-0 Oxford United FT
Wolves 2-1 Southend FT
Blackburn 3-1 Norwich FT
Reading 3-3 Northampton FT(Northampton win 4-2 on penalties)
22.50: Brentford, Notts County and Peterborough may have caused upsets in their wins tonight, but the round (so far at least) belongs to Blackpool and Northampton.
Blackpool for being the first and thus only side to take a Premier League scalp and to Northampton for snatching the latest of equalisers and then dumping a side two leagues above them out on penalties.
Thank you for following what has been a goal packed evening, that's all from me.
22.46: The fairytale is complete. Northampton seconds from going out in extra-time have defeated Reading 4-3 on penalties. Unbelievable, an often over used word, but this really is.
22.41: Penalties already under way, and Northampton lead 2-1 after a couple of penalties from either side.
22.40: There was me thinking the night was over, what a story this would be if League Two Northampton can knock out Reading from here.
22.34: GOAL! Reading 3-3 Northampton
How late can you leave it?! This is the last attack of the game, Oskar Jansson the Northampton keeper has even gone up for it, but it's Reading's Matt Mills who turns from hero to zero after scoring an own goal in the fifth minute of stoppage time. Penalties it is.
22.32: Just Reading and Northampton still playing, we are in stoppage time in extra-time any time for another fairytale come back from Town?
22.31: Portsmouth prevail though winning 4-3 on penalties, Richard Hughes converting the winning penalty.
22.27: Penalties are being missed all over the place at Fratton Park, Score's are 3-3 and we are in to sudden death.
22.25: Blackpool are the first Premier League side out then, falling to the Mk Dons in what was a fantastic game.
22.23: GOAL! Reading 3-2 Northampton
Against the run of play Matt Mills has fired the home side in front at extra-time, just five minutes left for Town to hit back.
22.22: GOAL! Wolves 2-1 Southend
Richard Stearman has won it with what is the last kick of the game in extra-time and that is the heartbreak to end all heartbreaks for Southend.
22.20: Preston have also held on, and are probably fortunate to escape with a win, North End's class with the winner the differnce between the two sides.
22.18: Ipswich Town won't need penalties though, Norris' goal has seen them through in extra time at Crewe.
22.16: Looks like three games are heading for penalties then, the drama just doesn't stop in the Carling Cup.
22.15: Portsmouth and Palace have gone to penalties at Fratton Park.
22.13: Always happens when I complain about lack of goals doesn't it.
Not enough: Charlie Adam scored a penalty but could not prevent his Blackpool side form crashing out at MK Dons
22.10: GOAL! MK Dons 4-3 Blackpool
Lewis Guy beats the offside trap to put the Premier League side on the brink of an early cup exit. What a game that is!
22.09: GOAL! Bradford 1-2 Preston
Heartbreak for Bradford as Keith Tracey smashes a half volley home to probably spare the Championship side's blushes with just ten minutes to go.
22.07: Looks like we are on rations for goals now, penalties are beckoning in five games here.
22.02: No other goals in extra-time so far, sides are probably knackered to be honest especially at MK Dons where it all happened within a mad five minutes in that crazy second half.
21.54: GOAL! Crewe 0-1 Ipswich
A poor game but a sweet left effort from David Norris gives Ipswich the advantage.
21.53: Edgar Davids watch.he has gone off, it was a surprise he even started having thought to be two weeks away from match fitness, but he did last 80 minutes.
21.29: GOAL! Blackburn 3-1 Norwich
Jens Berthal-Askou gives Norwich hope but Mame Diouf seems to be the ultimate difference in that one.
Too strong: Stoke edged out Shrewsbury Town, winning by a single goal
21.46: I thought the first-half goal rush was mad, that was incredible, have to feel for Oxford conceding so late at West Ham, it was coming though.
21.43: GOAL! Blackburn 3-0 Norwich
A hat-trick for Mame Diouf who headers home in what has been a marvelous display from the youngster.
21.41: GOAL! Tranmere 1-3 Swansea
Shefki Kuqi puts the final nail in the coffin for Tranmere who just ran out of steam.
21.28: GOAL! Blackburn 2-0 Norwich
Mame Diouf ensures Rovers deservedly go in to the hat for round three.
21.35: GOAL! Brentford 2-1 Hull
Marcus Bean scores in the 88th minute to probably get a dramatic winner there.
21.35: GOAL! Bradford 1-1 Preston
Jake Speight equalises in the 83rd minute.
Winner: Scott Parker struck with just seconds remaining
21.34: GOAL! West Ham 1-0 Oxford
Scott Parker breaks the League Two side's hearts with a last minute strike.
21.34: GOAL! Leyton Orient 0-2 West Brom
Chris Wood fully kills off the dream for Orient.
21.34: GOAL! Peterborough 2-1 Cardiff
George Boyd puts the League one side in front.
21.34: GOAL! Milwall 2-1 Middlesbrough
Scott McDonald gives Boro faint hope with two minutes to go.
21.33: GOAL! Hartlepool 0-3 Wigan
Victor Moses ensures Wigan will be doing the hammering this week
21.32: GOAL! Leeds 1-2 Leicester
Steve Howard converts a penalty.
21.32: GOAL! Scunthorep 4-2 Sheffield Wednesday
Neil Mellor hits back again.
21.31: GOAL! Scunthorpe 4-1 Sheffield Wednesday
21.30: GOAL! Morecambe 1-3 Burnley
Kevin MacDonald ends the dream
Back in it: Craig Easton celebrates his equaliser that takes Southend in to extra time against Wolves.
21.29: GOAL! Wolves 1-1 Southend
Craig Easton equalises for the League One side
21.28: GOAL! MK Dons 3-3 Blackpool
Charlie Adam hits a controversial penalty
21.27: GOAL! Reading 2-2 Northampton
Kevin Thornton immediately hits back
21.26: GOAL! Portsmouth 1-1 Crystal Palace
Ibrahima Sonko own goal
21.26: GOAL! Reading 2-1 Nortampton
21.25: GOAL! Watford 1-2 Notts County
Troy Deeney gives the Championship side hope of avoiding an upset
21.24: GOAL! Stoke 2-1 Shrewsbury
They came back from 3-0 down last round and Steven Leslie gets one back for the League Two side.
21.23: GOAL! Hartlepool 0-2 Wigan
Jordi Gomez gives Wigan fans something to finally cheer about
21.22: GOAL! Tranmere 1-2 Swansea
Yes, as quick as that Scott Sinclair puts Swansea in to a dramatic lead
21.21: GOAL! Tranmere 1-1 Swansea
Cedric Van der Gun
21.20: Scunthorpe 3-1 Sheffield Wednesday
Hello. Marcus Tudgay scores a penalty to give Wednesday a little bit of hope.
21.17: GOAL! Peterborough 1-1 Cardiff
Craig Mackal-Smith fires home to put Posh right back in to this.
21.15: Three ties heading for an upset then. MK Dons, Tranmere and Notts County all lead sides in divisions above them.
21.14: GOAL! Scunthorpe 3-0 Sheffield Wednesday
Michael O'Conner fires home a penalty to put that game to bed with Richard Hinds sent off for Wednesday.
Star man: Mame Diouf (right) ran the show at Ewood Park
21.13: Looks like they are taking a breather at MK dons where the goal rush has stopped, for the moment at least.
21.11: GOAL! Watford 0-2 Notts County
A close header from Kevin Smith doubles County's lead and that is very much an upset on the cards at Vicarage Road.
21.10: GOAL! Leeds 1-1 Leicester
It's been coming and Richie Wellens grabs the equaliser at Elland Road.
21.07: West Ham starting to go up the gears against Oxford but still no goals there.
21.06: GOAL! Morecambe 1-2 Burnley
Steve Thompson upsets the 'cupset' fans, by firing home a penalty
21.04 GOAL! MK Dons 3-2 Blackpool
Incredible! Blackpool hit back with Ludovic Slyvestre's free-kick evading everyone and putting Blackpool bac kin it.for the moment.
21.03: GOAL! MK Dons 3-1 Blackpool
What a response! Jermaine Easter gets his second and gives the home side a comfort zone.
21.01: GOAL! Portsmouth 1-0 Crystal Palace
Not even Edgar Davids can stop this, as Dave Nugent fires Portsmouth ahead against the run of play.
21:00: GOAL! MK Dons 2-1 Blackpool
Game on all right! Jermaine Easter outmuscles the Blackpool defence to fire MK Dons back in the lead.
20.57: GOAL! MK Dons 1-1 Blackpool
Brett Ormerod clearly still fuming has the ball in the net again but this one counts, and it's game on.
20.56: GOAL! Scunthorpe 2-0 Sheffield Wednesday
Chris Dagnall finishes from 25 yards to double the Iron lead.
20.55: Blackpool have the ball in the net but it is ruled offisde much to the dismay of Brett Ormeord who disagrees, although he would.
This one counts! Jonathan Walters celebrates his first goal of the season after being denied a controversial effort against Spurs on Saturday
20.54: One side going about their business quiet is Oxford. The League Two side are still holding West Ham at Upton Park and are looking good value for a draw.or extra time/penalties.
29.53: GOAL! Watford 0-1 Notts County
Ben Davies fires in a free-kick at Vicarage Road.
20.50: Half-time in the 8pm kick-offs no early second half goals in the 7.45pm but I remember the goal fest that erupted last time I said that.
20.47: Dramatic start to the second half at Elland Road where Luciano Becchio has a great chance to score but can only see his effort blocked on the line, should have scored considering the area (IE the whole goal) he had to aim at.
20.45: Second half's starting to get underway, no games are dead and buried yet, I admit some need minor miracles (Shrewsbury, Colchester I'm looking at you) but it's all still wide open.
Cupset? Oxford United went in to half-time level with Premier League sideWest Ham
20.40: Morecambe are also holding their own against Burnley while League One side Tranmere lead Championship Swansea.
20.35 All half-time in the 7.45pm kick-offs. Blackpool are the only Premier League casualty right now but only Stoke and Sunderland have comfortable leads for the big sides.
20.34: GOAL! Scunthorpe 1-0 Sheffield Wednesday
A late, late, late strike by Michael Collins gives Scunthorpe the lead with a sweet 25 yard effort.
20.32: GOAL! Bradford 0-1 Preston
Paul Coutts fires in from 20 yards on the stroke of half-time.
20.31: GOAL! Blackburn 1-0 Norwich
Mame Diouf latches on to Chris Samba's header to put the Premier league side in front.
20.26: Absolute goals o'clock there, despite their positive start then Shrewsbury are staring down the barrel at the Britannia.
20.25: GOAL! Milwall 2-0 Middlesbrough
20.24: GOAL! Reading 1-1 Northampton
20.23: GOAL! Stoke 2-0 Shrewsbury
Upset? Jermaine Easter (right) of MK Dons breaks away from Stephen Husband of Blackpool.
20.22: GOAL! Sunderland 2-0 Colchester
20:21: GOAL! Southampton 0-1 Bolton
20.20: GOAL! Morecambe 1-1 Burnley
20.20: GOAL! Reading 1-0 Northampton
20.19: GOAL! Peterborough 0-1 Cardiff
20.18: GOAL! Leeds 1-0 Leicester
20.16: GOAL! Leyton Orient 0-1 West Brom
20.15: GOAL! Wolves 1-0 Southend
Nenad Milijas converts a penalty for Mick McCarthy's sides
Fresh start: Wigan hope to get their season underway following two heavy defeats
20.14: GOAL! Milwall 1-0 Middlebrough
Steve Morrison scores a penalty for Milwall
20.13: GOAL! Stoke 1-0 Shrewsbury
Jonathan Walters scores his first 'real' goal of the season after his ruled out effort against Spurs on Saturday.
20.12: GOAL! Tranmere 1-0 Swansea
A neat volley from Enoch Showumni gives the League One side the lead.
20.09: At the Matchroom Stadium it's all Leyton Orient at the moment and they are dominating Premier League side West Brom.
20.07: GOAL! Brentford 1-1 Hull
Robbie Simpson curls in a free-kick from 25 yards out to level for the League One side at Griffin Park.
20.06: GOAL! Sunderland 1-0 Colchester
No such problems for Steve Bruce's side though as a Bolo Zenden ball is met by Darren Bent who heads home, the man just doesn't stop scoring.
20.02: GOAL! Morecambe 1-0 Burnley
Burnely once the king of giant killings in this competition find themselves a goal down courtesy of a Phil Jevons strike, and after Morecambe knocked Coventry out the last round could they be at it again?
20.00: 19 fixtures (soon to be 21) and only three goals in a quarter of an hour. I kind of expected more in truth
Big news from Europe though as Giampaolo Pazzini has scored two early goals to make it Sampdoria 2-0 W Bremen, it's 3-3 on aggregate and Samdpodria would go through on away goals.
19.55: Word from Fratton Park is Edgar Davids is playing left-back for Palace tonight, honestly any excuse to get him on the field.
19.53: GOAL! Brentford 0-1 Hull
Mark Cullen capitalises on a defensive error to put a strong Hull side a goal up early on.
Tussle: Jimmy Smith (right) of Leyton Orient loses out to Nicky Shorey of West Bromwich Albion
19.50: Hurrah! team news from Vicarage Road!
Watford v Notts CountyWatford: Gilmartin, Hodson, Mariappa, Doyley, Thompson, Cowie, Buckley, Jenkins, McGinn, Deeney, Sordell. Subs: Loach, Oshodi, Bryan, Mingoia, Whichelow, Graham, HendersonNotts County: Nelson, Grof, Thompson, Pearce, Chilvers, Hunt, Ravenhill, Bishop, Davies, Smith, JervisSubs: Edwards, Lee, Harley, Westcarr, Burgess, Hubbins, O'Connell
19.48: GOAL! Hartlepool 0-1 Wigan
Wigan have got their season up and running, new man Steve Caldwell looks to have got it but it may go down as a Sam Collins own goal.
19.46: GOAL! MK Dons 1-0 Blackpool
Blackpool who have made 10 changes find themselves a goal down thanks to a strike from Sam Baldock.
19.45: Still searching for team news from Vicarage Road, but matches underare way.
19.35: A stand out selection amongst all those names has to be 'Davids' for Crystal Palace. Yes folks Edgar Davids will be starting tonight, meanwhile here is team news from Griffin Park
Brentford v HullBrentford: Lee, Legge, Woodman, Bean, Osborne, O'Connor, Weston, Diagouraga, MacDonald, Simpson, Alexander. Subs: Moore, Balkestein, Saunders, Forster, Cort, Spillane, Hunt.Hull: Duke, Solano, McShane, Cooper, Kilbane, Garcia, Cairney, Devitt, Koren, Simpson, Cullen. Subs: Oxley, Dawson, Anthony Gardner, Bostock, Halmosi, Barmby, Atkinson.Referee: Iain Williamson (Berkshire)
19.32: Right, tons of team news flying at you here, just two more ties waiting with those:
Leyton Orient v West BromLeyton Orient: Jones, Omozusi, Chorley, Forbes, Cestor, Smith, Dawson, Chambers, Daniels, McGleish, Tehoue. Subs: Butcher, Brown, Cox, Revell, Jarvis, Porter, Spring.West Brom: Myhill, Zuiverloon, Pablo, Barnett, Shorey, Barnes,Reid, Mantom, Cox, Moore, Bednar. Subs: Carson, Olsson, Cech,Wood, Dorrans, Odemwingie, Jara.Referee: Dean Whitestone (Northamptonshire)Peterborough v CardiffPeterborough: Lewis, Nana Ofori-Twumasi, Langmead, Bennett,Rowe, Davies, Wesolowski, McCann, Boyd, Mackail-Smith, Mclean.Subs: Collis, Zakuani, Lee, Hibbert, Piergianni, Mendez-Laing,Tomlin.Cardiff: Heaton, Matthews, Hudson, Gerrard, Naylor,Whittingham, Olofinjana, Drinkwater, Burke, Bothroyd, Koumas.Subs: Marshall, Gyepes, McPhail, Quinn, Taiwo, Wildig, Jarvis.Referee: David Webb (County Durham)Southampton v BoltonSouthampton: Davis, Butterfield, Martin, Fonte, Harding, Puncheon, Hammond, Schneiderlin, Lallana, Lambert, Barnard. Subs: Bialkowski, Dickson, Jaidi, Wotton, Mills, Connolly,Oxlade-Chamberlain.Bolton: Bogdan, Ricketts, Andrew O'Brien, Knight, Alonso, Blake, Gardner, Mark Davies, Taylor, Kevin Davies, Klasnic. Subs: Jaaskelainen, Robinson, Cahill, Muamba, Holden, Elmander, Petrov.Referee: Keith Hill (Hertfordshire)Leeds v LeicesterLeeds: Higgs, Connolly, Collins, Bruce, Bessone, Gradel, Howson, Kilkenny, Johnson, Becchio, Somma. Subs: Schmeichel, Naylor, Grella, Watt, Hughes, Bromby, White.Leicester: Logan, Lamey, Hobbs, Morrison, Berner, Wellens, Moussa, Moreno, Gallagher, Howard, N'Guessan. Subs: Ambrusics, Neilson, Oakley, King, Kennedy, Parkes, Crncic.Referee: Eddie Ilderton (Tyne & Wear)West Ham v Oxford UtdWest Ham: Stech, Faubert, Tomkins, Spector, Ben-Haim, Barrera, Parker, Noble, Stanislas, Sears, Piquionne. Subs: Green, Cole, Boa Morte, Kovac, McCarthy, da Costa, Ilunga.Oxford Utd: Clarke, Purkiss, Wright, Worley, Tonkin, Hall, Bulman, Heslop, Potter, Constable, Cole. Subs: Eastwood, Creighton, Midson, Clist, Baker, Deering, Green.Referee: James Linington (Isle of Wight)Millwall v MiddlesbroughMillwall: Forde, Dunne, Robinson, Ward, Barron, Henry, Trotter, Abdou, Schofield, Morison, Harris. Subs: Mildenhall, Carter, Hackett, Mkandawire, Smith, Lisbie, Marquis.Middlesbrough: Steele, Hoyte, Wheater, McManus, Kilgallon, Robson, Arca, Bailey, McDonald, Lita, Kink. Subs: Coyne, Boyd, Miller, Halliday, Luke Williams, Bennett, Pilatos.Referee: Graham Horwood (Bedfordshire)Portsmouth v Crystal PalacePortsmouth: Ashdown, Mullins, Mokoena, Sonko, Dickinson, Brown, Wilson, Hughes, Smith, Nugent, Ritchie. Subs: O'Brien, Ward, Ciftci, Pack.Crystal Palace: Speroni, Marrow, McCarthy, Barrett, Clyne, Djilali, Garvan, Davids, Dorman, Zaha, Counago. Subs: Price, Andrew, Cadogan, Obika, Holland, Parsons, O'Keefe.Referee: Dave Phillips (West Sussex)Crewe v IpswichCrewe: Taylor, Tootle, Artell, Ada, Blanchett, Bell, Westwood, Murphy, Miller, Donaldson, Grant. Subs: Fogler, Moore, Mitchel-King, Connerton, Shelley, Leitch-Smith, Dugdale.Ipswich: Murphy, Brown, McAuley, Smith, O'Dea, Hyam, Norris, Leadbitter, Edwards, Priskin, O'Connor. Subs: Fulop, Jaime Peters, Scotland, Eastman, Healy, Lambe, Murray.Referee: Paul Tierney (Lancashire)Tranmere v SwanseaTranmere: Collister, Darville, Blanchard, Goodison, Cresswell, Welsh, McLaren, Labadie, Gornell, Showunmi, Thomas-Moore. Subs: Miotto, Cathalina, Wood, Fraughan, Bakayogo, McGurk, Akins.Swansea: De Vries, Serran, Williams, Monk, Taylor, Orlandi, Allen, Van der Gun, Lopez, Thomas, Kuqi. Subs: Cornell, Tate, Dobbie, Sinclair, Donnelly, Richards, Walsh.Referee: Mark Haywood (W Yorkshire)Milton Keynes Dons v BlackpoolMilton Keynes Dons: Martin, Woodards, Doumbe, O'Hanlon, Lewington, Chadwick, Leven, Hamann, Balanta, Easter, Sam Baldock. Subs: Searle, Carrington, Guy, Ibehre, Chicksen, Flanagan, Daniel Powell.Blackpool: Halstead, Eardley, Keinan, Edwards, Coid, Basham, Sylvestre, Husband, Ormerod, Demontagnac, Barkhuizen. Subs: Gilks, Crainey, Taylor-Fletcher, Grandin, Cathcart, Eastham, Adam.Referee: Tony Bates (Staffordshire)Hartlepool v WiganHartlepool: Flinders, Haslam, Liddle, Collins, Horwood, Brown, Sweeney, Gamble, Murray, Monkhouse, Boyd. Subs: Rafferty, Humphreys, Behan, McSweeney, Fredriksen, Larkin, Hartley.Wigan: Al Habsi, Boyce, Steven Caldwell, Alcaraz, Figueroa, Gomez, McArthur, Thomas, Watson, Rodallega, Boselli. Subs: Pollitt, McCarthy, N'Zogbia, Moses, Diame, Stam, Mustoe.Referee: Phil Gibbs (West Midlands)Stoke v ShrewsburyStoke: Nash, Wilkinson, Shawcross, Huth, Higginbotham, Tonge, Pugh, Whelan, Etherington, Walters, Sanli. Subs: Sorensen, Collins, Soares, Fuller, Whitehead, Delap, Lund.Shrewsbury: Chris Neal, Raven, Sharps, Cansdell-Sherriff, Sadler, Wright, McAllister, McIntyre, Disley, Leslie, Van den Broek. Subs: Duyan, Robinson, Lewis Neal, Jon Taylor, Hooman, Danny Taylor, Bradshaw.Referee: Steve Tanner (Somerset)Morecambe v BurnleyMorecambe: Roche, Moss, Parrish, McCready, Wilson, Scott, Shuker, Fleming, Stanley, Duffy, Jevons. Subs: Walker, Bentley, Hunter, Spencer, Drummond, Mullin, Haining.Burnley: Grant, Eckersley, Cort, Carlisle, Easton, Edgar, Rodriguez, Elliott, Cork, Eagles, Thompson. Subs: Jensen, McDonald, Iwelumo, Paterson, Wallace, Fletcher, King.Referee: Graham Salisbury (Lancashire)Blackburn v NorwichBlackburn: Bunn, Jacobsen, Samba, Givet, Chimbonda, Emerton, Grella, Linganzi, Pedersen, Mame Diouf, Hoilett. Subs: Fielding, Olsson, El-Hadji Diouf, Judge, Nzonzi, Jones, Morris.Norwich: Rudd, Russell Martin, Ward, Berthel Askou, Francomb, Gill, Fox, Lappin, Hoolahan, Holt, Jackson. Subs: Ruddy, Hughes, Surman, Chris Martin, Korey Smith, Johnson, McNamee.Referee: Jon Moss (W Yorkshire)Reading v NorthamptonReading: Hamer, Kelly, Pearce, Mills, Williams, Antonio, Karacan, Howard, Robson-Kanu, Hunt, Church. Subs: Federici, Gunnarsson, Sigurdsson, Long, McAnuff, Kebe, Taylor.Northampton: Jansson, Rodgers, Holt, Beckwith, Hall, Herbert, Thornton, Osman, Wedderburn, Purcell, Mckay. Subs: Walker, Guinan, Jacobs, Konstantinou, Harris, Slowe, Death.Referee: Roger East (Wiltshire)Wolverhampton v SouthendWolverhampton: Hennessey, Zubar, Batth, Stearman, Elokobi, Halford, Guedioura, Edwards, Milijas, Winnall, Hemmings. Subs: Ikeme, Ebanks-Blake, Berra, Doyle, Foley, Davis, Malone.Southend: Morris, Clohessy, Mohsni, Barker, Gilbert, Simpson, Grant, Easton, Zaaboub, Sturrock, Corr. Subs: Evans, Paterson, Hall, Bouzid, Prosser, Soares, Spencer.Referee: Colin Webster (Tyne & Wear)Scunthorpe v Sheff WedScunthorpe: Murphy, Byrne, Raynes, Canavan, Nolan, O'Connor, Togwell, Josh Wright, Collins, Dagnall, Forte. Subs: Slocombe, Andrew Wright, Grant, Boyes, Coleman, Godden, Palmer.Sheff Wed: Weaver, Otsemobor, Hinds, Beevers, Jones, Sedgwick, Potter, O'Connor, Teale, Morrison, Heffernan. Subs: Jameson, Spurr, Buxton, Tudgay, Miller, Coke, Mellor.Referee: Nigel Miller (Durham)Sunderland v ColchesterSunderland: Mignolet, Bardsley, Turner, Bramble, Ferdinand, Campbell, Cattermole, Richardson, Zenden, Bent, Welbeck. Subs: Carson, Elmohamady, Henderson, Colback, Reid, Waghorn, Malbranque.Colchester: Cousins, Wilson, Okuonghae, Baldwin, White, Izzet, Perkins, James, Henderson, Odejayi, Wordsworth. Subs: Carl Pentney, Beevers, Vincent, Bond, Mooney, Elito, Heath.Referee: Scott Mathieson (Cheshire)Bradford v PrestonBradford: McLaughlin, Rehman, Oliver, Williams, O'Brien, Adeyemi, Syers, Doherty, Evans, Moult, Daley. Subs: Saxton, Speight, Hunt, Duff, Hanson, Bullock, Chilak.Preston: Lonergan, Morgan, St. Ledger, James, Davidson, Mayor, Coutts, Gray, Treacy, Hayes, King. Subs: Arestidou, Chris Brown, Barton, Russell, Parkin, McLaughlin, Wright.Referee: Chris Sarginson (Staffordshire)
19.30: Good evening, round two of the Carling Cup is upon us which means the arrival of the big boys from the Premier League.
None of last seasons Euro qualifiers play in this round though, with Chelsea, Manchester United, Arsenal, Tottenham, Manchester City, Aston Villa and Liverpool already in the hat for Round three.
That doesn't mean we don't have any potential 'cupsets' this evening, with 21 games being played tonight, good ol' law of averages should spring up a surprise somewhere.
Team news from all the major games on the way as soon as I get it. Until then (and after) don't forget to email me your thoughts on tonights action at email@example.com
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