Another eventful evening in the world of football then - and there's plenty more to come tomorrow. See you there!
- Villa beat Birmingham, Stoke win at Fulham
- Championship Hull knock out Swansea
- Boro beat Wolves, Everton win at Reading
- Leicester see off West Ham in extra time
- Bournemouth beat Preston on penalties
BBC Sport's Paul Fletcher at Deepdale: "Bournemouth fans jumping up and down, Preston fans chanting PNE, buoyed at least by the effort and refusal to lie down shown by their team. Adam Federici, who grabbed all sorts of headlines for the wrong reasons in the FA Cup last season while at Reading, leaves Deepdale as the hero on the night. The ground empties in no time. People have got work tomorrow!"
Bournemouth do just enough then to go through on penalties. Gutsy effort from North End.
Daniel Johnson has to score but he can't! A low penalty well saved by Adam Federici and the Premier League side are through in the end...
Premier League composure? Marc Pugh goes low to the keeper's right. Goal.
No! Alan Browne has the chance to put his side in front for the first time but his shot is weak and is easily saved.
Jordan Pickford flings himself to his right - and saves.
Long run up and perfect finish. Kyle Reid finds the top corner. Never in doubt.
Bournemouth looking composed - another confident strike.
Low + hard = goal. Preston on the board.
That's how it's done. Straight down the middle.
Great save! Keeper flings himself to his right and parries away.
BBC Sport's Paul Fletcher at Deepdale: "We're going deep. The home fans are back on side with the referee and singing their favourite song about goalscorer Daniel Johnson, the one which stresses how he represents excellent value for money at £50k from Aston Villa last season. A late one on a school night for sure."
All over - penalty shootout here we come!
Into added time at the end of extra time...
Leicester are through!
Drama! We may well be going to penalties at Deepdale after all. Daniel Johnson drills home low and hard.
Into the final knockings at the King Power. James Tomkins flicks a header wide for West Ham...
Leicester finally find a way past Adrian in the West Ham net as Wales international Andy King floats a header back across goal and into the top corner.
We came here on a hiding to nothing tonight. I was proud how we went about it, we tried to play two different ways. In the first half we wanted to go very direct and in the second half to get between the lines and they couldn’t cope when Jack Grealish got between the lines. We always want to play fast flowing football but we can’t always do that.
BBC Sport's Paul Fletcher at Deepdale: "The referee is getting some stick from the home fans but the truth is that Bournemouth have been good value for their lead. Since conceding they have stepped it up a gear and Lee Tomlin went close to adding a decisive third. No immediate sign of North End crafting another equaliser."
Another top stop from West Ham keeper Adrian. How are Leicester not ahead?! West ham just a few minutes away from a penalty shootout now.
You’re playing against a huge side from the Premier League in a local derby, it’s a very difficult game to play in. The young lad Jack Grealish changed the game when he came on and we were undone by a moment of quality from Rudy Gestede. That is very difficult to defend against. I hope the fans will have seen something positive and will have seen us run Aston Villa very close. I think tactically we more than matched Villa tonight.
It was a tough game today, it was important to get the win for our confidence because we haven’t started the season very well. The pressure was ok, we knew it was a big game but it’s still a football game and we needed to enjoy it. In the second half we tried to get the ball more and stretch them. We needed the win tonight, it was good for the fans and it was good for us – Liverpool will be a tough game but we will stay focussed and carry on this form for that game.
Fifteen minutes remaining, where Adrian is somehow keeping Leicester out...
Riyad Mahrez! Should score but Leicester's danger man fires over from eight yards out!
Leo Ulloa drifts a shot over the bar from 18 yards as Leicester keep piling forwards. Is there a winner in the air?
Leicester sub Jeff Schlupp powers into the penalty area but his low drive is well held by Adrian in the Hammers net.
Everton come from behind to pick up a good win on the road.
Sarah Morgan: Great that players and fans alike in Birmingham derby put past behind them and remembered football is a sport
Winger Marc Pugh strikes in front of the home fans to put the Premier League side back ahead, six minutes into extra time.
BBC Radio 5 live
The formula at Sunderland is: Manager keeps them up, starts poorly and then leaves. Repeat.
BBC Sport's Paul Fletcher: "The value for money stretches even further with another 30 minutes to entertain the 5,643 inside Deepdale, 269 of whom are situated in the away end. I'm not sure either manager will be thrilled about extra time but the home fans sound pretty stoked."
Mike: And now Villa deserve the applause, good substitutions and a good second half
Tom Castle: Sherwood finally made the correct subs at the right time, but injecting the lifelong Villan into the derby was obvious.
Geoff Ramm: Well there is always the league #safc oh hang on....
Just to confirm - we have extra-time in two matches:
Leicester 1-1 West Ham
Preston 1-1 Bournemouth
BBC Radio 5 live
You've got to say all credit to Tim Sherwood. Not only did he make positive substitutions, he also shifted Ciaran Clark into the back four, who was excellent."