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Summary

  1. Use live coverage tab to watch Final Score or listen to 5 live
  2. Luton go out on penalties to Stoke
  3. West Brom beat Port Vale on pens
  4. Watford knocked out by Preston

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It is a lip-smacker of a draw for sure.

Looking forward to it already.

That is it though for tonight - an evening on which Celtic spiraled out of the Champions League qualifiers and Watford fell victim to Preston in the Capital One Cup.

See you around the bend.

Capital One Cup draw

Meanwhile Aston Villa midfielder Gary Gardner, on loan at Nottingham Forest, is relishing the renewal of second-city聽rivalries.

Capital One Cup draw

Arsenal have been drawn to play arch rivals Tottenham in the third round聽and it seems Gunners midfielder Aaron Ramsey is up for the challenge...

What a draw to get to start our @CapitalOne_Cup campaign with!!!

Third round

And there is a tasty supporting cast of matches to those two enormous local grudge matches.

League One Walsall roll out the red carpet for Jose and his Chelsea聽Premier League champions, while League Two Carlisle have a trip to Anfield to mark down in the calendar.

Manchester United could have got easier opposition than Championship leaders Ipswich as well.

Reaction

Luton 1-1 Stoke (7-8 on pens)

Stoke manager Mark Hughes speaking to Sky Sports:聽

"We didn't expect it to got to penalties. We should be good enough to see the game out but we switched off, gave them one chance and they took it to extra time. Credit to them.聽

"You always worry when it goes to penalties but that was one of the better penalty competitions I have seen. We will get better. The order of the day was to get through and we have done that."

Third round

Well, well, well.

Derby central.

Tottenham and Arsenal meet in a north London dust-up and Aston Villa and Birmingham clash at Villa Park.

Peter Enckelman? Danny Rose? Who is about to write their name in local history?

These matches will be played on the week commencing聽21聽September.

Third Round

Fulham v Stoke

Sunderland v Man City

Newcastle v Sheffield Wednesday

Reading v Barnsley or Everton

Preston v Bournemouth

Walsall v Chelsea

MK Dons v Southampton

Baggies into third round

West Brom 0-0 Port Vale (5-3 on pens)

The season nearly got worse for West Brom, who are bottom of the Premier League, but they held their nerve and聽James Chester takes the decisive spot-kick for the home side.

Third round

Middlesbrough v Wolves

Norwich v West Brom

Hull v Swansea

Leicester v West Ham

Aston Villa v Birmingham

Tottenham v Arsenal

Manchester United v Ipswich

Liverpool v Carlisle

Crystal Palace v Charlton

Draw time

Right, let's see what the third round is going to look like...

Luton 1-1 Stoke (7-8 on pens)

Stoke striker Jonathan Walters speaking to Sky Sports: 聽"You feel for the lad because it a pressure situation and Luton have equipped themselves well tonight. We wish them all the best for the rest of this season."

Walters refused to be drawn on speculation linking him with a move to聽Norwich. The 31-year-old's current聽contract expires at the end of this season.

Penalties

West Brom 0-0 Port Vale

The second game of the night goes to spot-kicks as the game between聽West Brom and Port Vale at The Hawthorns ends goalless.

FULL-TIME - West Brom 0-0 Port Vale

We have another game going to penalties.

Stoke into third round

Luton 1-1 Stoke (7-8 on pens)

Stoke players celebrate
Reuters

Kenilworth Road rise to applaud their players.聽

A fully deserved ovation.

Scores!

Luton 7-8 Stoke - Geoff Cameron

Cameron keeps his nerve to send Stoke into the third round.

Miss!

Luton 7-7 Stoke - Scott Griffiths

Luton blink first as聽Griffths hits the crossbar.

Scores!

Luton 7-7 Stoke - Philipp Wollscheid

Lucky. Goes for power down the middle and the keeper diving low to his right can't keep it out.

Scores!

Luton 7-6 Stoke - Jonathan Smith

Keeper Shay Given tries to wait as long as possible but can't keep out Smith's spot-kick.

Scores!

Luton 6-6 Stoke - Mame Biram Diouf

Diouf level and the keepers better get ready the way this is going.

Scores!

Luton 6-5 Stoke - Stephen O'Donnell

Sudden death and O'Donnell is another who takes an impressive spot-kick.

Scores!

Luton 5-5 Stoke - Marc Wilson

No-one looks like they are going to miss and Wilson scores under pressure.

Scores!

Luton 5-4 Stoke - Ryan Hall

Left-footed striker sends keeper the wrong way.

Scores!

Luton 4-4 Stoke - Steve Sidwell

Scores!

Luton 4-3 Stoke - Luke Wilkinson

Keeper gets an hand to Wilkinson's strike but can't keep it out.

FULL-TIME - Aston Villa 5-3 Notts County

Tim Sherwood
PA

Scores!

Luton 3-3 Stoke - Phil Bardsley

Bardsley powers in a shot to the right.

Scores!

Luton 3-2 Stoke - Ollie Lee

Lee powers in to give Given no chance.

Scores!

Luton 2-2 Stoke - Joselu

Easy for Joselu as he keeps calm and slots in.

Scores!

Luton 2-1 Stoke - Cameron McGeehan

Another who goes for power as he scores.

Scores!

Luton 1-1 Stoke - Jonathan Walters

Walters sends the keeper the wrong way as he sidefoots in.

FULL-TIME - MK Dons 2-1 Cardiff

MK Dons win this battle of two Championship sides thanks to a debut goal from Josh Murphy in extra-time. 2012 finalists Cardiff are out.

Scores!

Luton 1-0 - Mark Benson

Penalty shoot-out

Luton 1-1 Stoke

Luton goalkeeper Elliot Justham is cramming like a student in exam season.

He is handed a series of slip of paper showing where each of Stoke's players have put their penalties in previous matches.

Will it pay off? Let's find out...

FULL-TIME Burton 1-2 Middlesbrough

Cristhian Stuani's first two Middlesbrough goals are聽enough to see off聽Burton and send the visitors聽through to the next round. A brave effort from Jimmy Floyd聽Hasselbaink's League One聽side tonight.

FULL-TIME - Doncaster 1-4 Ipswich

David McGoldrick came to life in injury-time for the聽Tractor Boys as he scored one聽and assisted their other two goals after the 90 minutes finished 1-1. Mick McCarthy's side remain unbeaten, winning their last five games.

Penalties at Kenilworth Road

Luton 1-1 Stoke

Luton boss聽John Still ushers his players back into the middle of the pitch to pick his five takers and issue some calming words.

Stoke counterpart Mark Hughes looks distinctly peeved that his evening has been extended this far.

FULL-TIME - Crystal Palace 4-1 Shrewsbury

FULL-TIME - Luton Town 1-1 Stoke City AET

Luton Town fans
PA

We are indeed heading to penalties at Kenilworth Road. Fair play to the League Two side for holding Stoke over 120 minutes.

Luton 1-1 Stoke

Stoke with a late free-kick. This could be their last roll of the dice. Erik Pieters to take it. A deep delivery,聽Mame Biram Diouf up for it at the far post, but he has used his hand to try and divert it home.

A yellow card. And surely penalties to decide this one...

GOAL - Aston Villa 5-3 Notts County

Joe Bennett (111)

That is the end of that. Villa have survived a scare. Young Joe Bennett is allowed to charge to the edge of the box before firing a low shot into the far corner of the net.