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Summary

  1. United suffer crushing defeat at League 1 side
  2. Grigg and Afobe score twice in stunning victory
  3. First time United have conceded four in a League Cup against lower league opposition

Live Reporting

By Gary Rose and Marc Higginson

All times stated are UK

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  1. Where next?

    Louis van Gaal

    So a huge shock as Manchester United are beaten by a less fancied side.

    It does not get any easier for Louis van Gaal with a trip to Burnley on the horizon, surely lightning won't strike twice?

    Head over here for all the reports and reaction from a massive night of cup shocks and until next time, goodbye.

  2. Text us on 81111

    MK Dons 4-0 Man Utd

    Chris, in London, via text: The League Cup is the easiest route to a trophy and United have realistically now only got the FA Cup to play for. LVG got this one badly wrong.

    Sheelagh, via text: Can we get someone to check that the signature on Angel Di Maria's contract is dry, or actually there! He'll be looking out of OT already!

    John, in Bury, via text: I've seen United lose to York, Oxford and Southend and where are they now? Ajax play 3-5-2 with no problems. Learning to bomb on is the problem! This result means nothing.

  3. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Former Everton midfielder Tim Cahill: MK Dons #wow #BringbackMoyes

    Tim Cahill

    Hmm, pretty sure you took this photo was taken during the World Cup. That's just lazy, Tim.

  4. Manager reaction

    MK Dons 4-0 Man Utd

    Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal, on the arrival of Angel Di Maria: "I think he shall contribute very much in our way of playing. He is a creative player. I can change the system with Di Maria because he can play on the wing and midfield. He can contribute and that is very important.

    "But we don't have to expect that from tomorrow the world has been changed, he has to adapt to the culture of England, the culture of the Premier League and the philosophy of Manchester United.

  5. Post update

    MK Dons 4-0 Man Utd

    There was one bright spot about tonight for Manchester United fans, and that was the confirmation of the arrival of Angel Di Maria.

    After the three results, and performances, so far, will Louis van Gaal be tempted to strengthen even further before the transfer window closes.

  6. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    MK Dons 4-0 Man Utd

    Thomas: LVG stating 'Fans have to believe in our philosophy'. After the games so far this season, What on earth is the philosophy?

    George Watts: When will Van Gaal realise that the 3-5-2 formation isn't working?

    James Attenborough: I don't think LVG has factored in that forwards press harder in the UK than on the continent.

  7. FULL-TIME

    West Brom 1-1 Oxford United (West Brom win 7-6 on penalties)

    An epic penalty shootout - 18 penalties in total - ends with the Premier League side victorious. But only just.

  8. Player reaction

    MK Dons 4-0 Man Utd

    Milton Keynes Dons goalscorer Will Grigg with the man of the match award

    MK Dons goalscorer Will Grigg: "It shows we are a good side, a lot of the media will be focusing on Manchester United and saying they were not great but I thought we were superb.

    "[The coverage] won't affect us as players. We know what we did and we will carry on with the job on Saturday."

  9. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    MK Dons 4-0 Man Utd

    Periklies Antoniou: Fergie left Man Utd weak. New squad, total restructuring over next two years. Let van Gaal do his thing. Fans being over-expectant.

    Shohidur Rahman: Completely disagree with everything Van Gaal said. Wasn't just errors, we were completely outplayed. And wrong team selection.

    Jeremy Pound: Maybe van Gaal fielded a weakened side because he was scared that MK Dons might expose just how poor his first-choice team is?

  10. Reaction

    MK Dons 4-0 Man Utd

    Here's tomorrow's Daily Telegraph front page...

    MK Dons 4-0 Man Utd
  11. Post update

    MK Dons 4-0 Man Utd

    Jason Roberts

    Footballer

    "Manchester United don't need to rest players and I was surprised at the team Louis van Gaal picked. They don't understand the system. When I played against Manchester United, there was a nasty streak to them, they would push each other.

    "The confidence has eroded and they can begin to see the chinks in their armour. They've lost big personalities like Rio Ferdinand and Nemanja Vidic who know how to ride out the situation, know what to do. The players he's bringing in are to play a 3-5-2 formation. There's a lot of questions to be answered."

  12. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    MK Dons 4-0 Man Utd

    Tom Quinton Fox: Manchester United fans are putting a 4-0 loss to a League 1 team down to having a weak team. That weak team had five Premier League-winning players in it.

    Joe Prileszky: Van Gaal already talking about luck? That was quicker than Moyes. How long until they "try their best"?

    Jai Dorey: This just shows how good SAF was and how he was. The players at United have shown no heart or desire since he retired.

  13. Post update

    MK Dons 4-0 Man Utd

    MK Dons

    A record 29,969 fans watched MK Dons' historic victory against Manchester United. The League One side average an attendance of 8,600, but tonight's performance might just add a few more new faces at future games.

  14. PENALTY SHOOT-OUT

    West Brom 1-1 Oxford United

    Another shootout. Another upset?

  15. Manager reaction

    MK Dons 4-0 Man Utd

    Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal, when asked if the club would be signing any more players in this transfer window: "No. This is same question your other colleagues have put. We know exactly what we are doing. We have lost in the Capital One Cup, and so tonight has cost us the chance of a trophy, and that is disappointing."

  16. Manager reaction

    MK Dons 4-0 Man Utd

    When asked if he regretted making so many changes to the team, Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal said: "No, you have to analyse the problem and I've done that. We have nine injuries and had a very young team. I have seen them trying to do their utmost best so you cannot expect more from players. Fans have to believe in our philosophy, we are building a team which we cannot make in one month or even one year. It's very disappointing but I hope they maintain their confidence in our club."

  17. FULL-TIME

    Swindon 2-4 Brighton

    You're into the hat, Brighton fans.

  18. GOAL

    Swindon 2-4 Brighton - Jake Forster-Caskey (penalty, 120 mins)

    A second goal from the spot for Brighton's Jake Forster-Caskey sees off plucky Swindon.

  19. FULL-TIME

    Crewe 2-3 Bolton

    Bolton are into the next round too, thanks to two Jermaine Beckford goals.

  20. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    MK Dons 4-0 Man Utd

    Phillip Leigh: It's as bad as it gets! The United players should be ashamed of themselves absolutely ashamed! No spirit, no passion, no desire.

    Chris Pearson: Signing Di Maria is like putting Royal icing on a Victoria sponge cake. Looks good but it's still only a sponge cake underneath.

    Jonathan Everett: LVG doesn't care about the League Cup. I bet he doesn't even know who MK Dons are. That was a training game to evaluate for him.

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    Pat, from Somerset, via text: United fans retain faith. The first 11 fit and firing is as good as any in England, LVG will put it right.

    Kevin in Hornchurch, via text: Capital One Cup or no,t Utd are a shambles. LVG has hell of a task on his hands as media will keep pressure on in a way he has not experienced before. Defence is absolute comedy of errors.

  22. Manager reaction

    MK Dons 4-0 Man Utd

    More from MK Dons manager Karl Robinson: "Manchester United are massive, people will always want to pick bones in their side but my players deserve an awful lot of credit. We worked hard all week, sometimes you work hard and don't get what you deserve but the players did really, really well. It has been a perfect evening.

    About Louis van Gaal signing autographs after the game: "To be fair to him, people can criticise that but that is not for me to say, I look up to him immensely. He was signing autographs for young children, whatever he decides to do at the end of a football match is not for me to talk about."

  23. FULL-TIME

    West Ham 1-1 Sheffield Utd (Sheffield Utd win 5-4 on penalties)

    Party time for the Blades, with Enner Valencia missing a crucial penalty for West Ham in the shootout.

    Goalkeeper Mark Howard of Sheffield United saves a penalty
    Sheffield United players celebrate after Michael Doyle of Sheffield United scored the winning penalty
  24. Manager reaction

    MK Dons 4-0 Man Utd

    Lous van Gaal

    Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal, speaking to Sky Sports: "It's a matter of making errors at wrong moments. When you see the goals against us, I believe they were big errors that you cannot make. Then it was 0-2 and it was very difficult to come back into the game. In the second half we created a lot of chances and didn't have the luck to score. Then two more errors and it's 0-3 and 0-4."

  25. Manager reaction

    MK Dons 4-0 Man Utd

    Karl Robinson

    MK Dons manager Karl Robinson, speaking to BBC Radio 5 live: "I thought we were fearless. I am so proud of them. We tried to lock on to their two wide centre halves and play a little high and play brave football. We did an awful lot of work to prepare on Thursday and Friday but it is about heart and hunger to win football matches, and Ben Reeves' tenacity to win the ball is what we are all about."

    On a weakened Manchester United team: "Someone reminded me that the two strikers were playing at a World Cup not so long ago. Then they put Adnan Januzaj on and you think 'here we go', but I thought my players deserve an awful lot of credit, their work ethic was sensational."

  26. PENALTY SHOOT-OUT

    West Ham 1-1 Sheffield United

    We're heading for a shootout at Upton Park.

  27. GOAL

    Crewe 2-3 Bolton - Jermaine Beckford (107 mins)

    A second goal of the evening for Jermaine Beckford, who rounds Ben Garratt to put the hosts in control.

  28. GOAL

    Swindon 2-3 Brighton - Yaser Kasim (112 mins)

    A few nerves for Brighton in the final eight minutes of extra-time as Yaser Kasim drives into the box and clinically fires home.

  29. Post update

    MK Dons 4-0 Man Utd

    Jason Roberts

    BBC Radio 5 live

    "This was nothing to do with tactics, those players were good enough to win that game."

  30. Post update

    MK Dons 4-0 Man Utd

    Steve Claridge

    BBC Sport

    Van Gaal

    "If that is the attitude he (Louis van Gaal) came into the game with, that is the performance he deserved. If I was the manager I would be waiting to get at the players, not signing autographs. That is exactly why you get the performance he did.

    "The players need to learn and learn very quickly. They were beaten in every facet of this football game. MK Dons were better for effort, will to win, skill, enthusiasm, everything."

  31. Player reaction

    MK Dons 4-0 Man Utd

    MK Dons skipper Dean Lewington, speaking to Sky Sports: "It's great. The occasion was fantastic and to actually beat them... I'm in disbelief. Hopefully by playing well it will encourage people to come back and watch us."

  32. Manager reaction

    MK Dons 4-0 Man Utd

    Karl Robinson

    MK Dons manager Karl Robinson, speaking to Sky Sports: "We spoke before the game about their quality. The first 15 minutes, we found it difficult and looked disjointed but the players turned it round. I'm a little bit in shock... it's ridiculous and something dreams are made of. We've got two strikers fighting for the number nine shirt and they both scored twice each. They've set standards they now have to live up to. My players and my football club, and the city in general, deserve credit tonight."

  33. Post update

    Chelsea goalkeeper Petr Cech: Football is full of incredible moments... Really anything can happen during one football game... That's why I love it!

  34. Post update

    MK Dons 4-0 Man Utd

    Manchester United

    There was nothing lucky about MK Dons' victory. They had more shots on target and even though Manchester United had four efforts on goal, the first of those did not arrive until after the 70th minute.

    What on earth went wrong for United tonight?

  35. Post update

    MK Dons 4-0 Man Utd

    Steve Claridge

    BBC Sport

    "The manner of the performance from Manchester United for 85 minutes has been staggering in its ineptitude. You've got to give credit to MK Dons, they had a job and they did it perfectly and, to be honest, they absolutely dominated the game. Manchester United were so poor it beggared belief.

    "You could see by the end of it United just wanted to get off the pitch. MK Dons were sensational and did everything you could ask of them.

    "Louis van Gaal contributed by playing people out of position and a system that didn't suit them. They didn't know what they were doing, didn't know what they're playing. The players aren't that bad but they don't understand the system they're playing in."

    Louis van Gaal of Manchester United looks dejected
  36. Stat attack

    MK Dons 4-0 Man Utd

    Manchester United

    Manchester United have been eliminated by lower league opposition in four of the last eight League Cups.

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    MK Dons 4-0 Man Utd

    Ady, from Leicester, via text: I am staggered that anyone is suggesting that this ranks up there with the all time great cup upsets. It would be if this was even remotely close to a first choice United line up. It isn't, so let's get things into perspective.

    Paul, from Hamilton, via text: I honestly thought United couldn't get any worse. Well done Louis for proving me wrong.

    Jenni, in Newtownards, via text: If you were new to football you could be forgiven thinking that MK Dons are the Premier League side and Manchester United the 'lowly' League One outfit. The defending has been so poor at times from Manchester United.

  38. Post update

    MK Dons 4-0 Man Utd

    A strange reaction to the loss by Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal as, instead of darting down the tunnel as quickly as possible, he takes his time to sign a few autographs.

    MK Dons players and manager Karl Robinson, meanwhile, are on the pitch applauding the jubilant fans. What a night for them.

  39. GOAL

    Swindon 1-3 Brighton - Jake Forster-Caskey (penalty, 100 mins)

    Game, set and match? Jake Forster-Caskey reckons so as he converts from the spot after Perez Colunga was sent tumbling in the box by Jordan Turnbull.

  40. FULL-TIME

    MK Dons 4-0 Man Utd

    All over and Stadium:mk explodes into a cacophony of noise. It is a famous victory for the MK Dons and a night of unwanted records for Manchester United and manager Louis van Gaal.

    They have conceded four goals in a League Cup match against lower league opposition for the first time, and it's the first time since 1995 they have been knocked out in the second round.

    Dean Lewington of Milton Keynes Dons celebrates
    Dean Lewington of Milton Keynes Dons applauds the fans
  41. Post update

    Celtic lose in Champions League play-off

    Celtic lose their Champions League play-off 2-1 on aggregate to NK Maribor and drop into the Europa League. Marcos Tavares punishing poor defending to force home a shot on 75 minutes and secure a 1-0 away win tonight. Head here for reaction.

  42. GOAL

    Swindon 1-2 Brighton - Perez Colunga (95 mins)

    An extra-winner? Possibly, as Brighton's Perez Colunga scores from close-range following good work from Adam Chicksen.

  43. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    MK Dons 4-0 Man Utd

    Ahsan Ahmed: Embarassing regardless of which XI is on the pitch. Shocking.

    Freddie Hunt: The 3-5-2 system clearly doesn't work in English football. Every goal the ball was given away.

    Allan McDevitt: Humiliating of course but what is most concerning is the form of players like Januzaj tonight.

  44. Post update

    MK Dons 4-0 Man Utd

    Four minutes of stoppage time announced. Four minutes for Manchester United fans to endure, four minutes for MK Dons fans to savour.

  45. FULL-TIME

    Crewe Alexandra 2-2 Bolton Wanderers

    Another 30 here...

  46. Post update

    MK Dons 4-0 Man Utd

    Manchester United fans are belting out some defiant songs but stony silence on the bench as Louis van Gaal and Ryan Giggs watch on, no doubt stunned by what has unfolded.

    James Wilson is valiantly trying to save some face for United as his downward header is pushed behind.

  47. Post update

    MK Dons 4-0 Man Utd

    Steve Claridge

    BBC Sport

    "That fourth goal probably summed it up in a nutshell, Afobe just wanted it more. It's gallows humour from the United fans, they've been brilliant. But what they've watched beggars belief and borders on the disgraceful. I don't think we'll see to many of these players in a United shirt again if this is anything to go by."

  48. FULL-TIME

    Swansea 1-0 Rotherham

  49. GOAL

    Crewe Alexandra 2-2 Bolton Wanderers - Marcus Haber (90+6 mins)

    Crewe substitute Marcus Haber ghosts in at the far post to head home a Bradden Inman cross and level the scores at the death.

  50. FULL-TIME

    Port Vale 2-3 Cardiff

  51. FULL-TIME

    Millwall 0-2 Southampton

  52. FULL-TIME

    Swindon 1-1 Brighton

    All square at full-time and this one is going to extra time too.

  53. GOAL

    Millwall 0-2 Southampton - Graziano Pelle (90+3 mins)

    Jack Cork opened his Saints' account earlier in the night and Graziano Pelle has done the same to close out the game.

  54. FULL-TIME

    Scunthorpe 0-1 Reading

  55. FULL-TIME

    Burnley 0-1 Sheffield Wednesday

    Sheffield Wednesday manager Stuart Gray walks off the pitch at the final
  56. FULL-TIME

    Leicester 0-1 Shrewsbury

    Shrewsbury manager Micky Mellon celebrates with Andy Robinson
  57. GOAL

    MK Dons 4-0 Man Utd - Benik Afobe (84 mins)

    Fantastic stuff from MK Dons and fantastic stuff from Benik Afobe! The Manchester United defence are at sixes and sevens as they try to deal with the burly striker but he powers his way through to the area and confidently slots home. Surely this is one of the all-time great upsets?

    Assistant manager Ryan Giggs looks dejected
  58. Post update

    MK Dons 3-0 Man Utd

    Adnan Januzaj smashes an effort against the outside of the post as he tries to reduce the deficit, but the home fans are unperturbed. They remain in full voice as their side close in on a famous victory. Just over five minutes left.

  59. FULL-TIME

    Watford 1-2 Doncaster

  60. FULL-TIME

    Middlesbrough 3-1 Preston

  61. FULL-TIME

    Brentford 0-1 Fulham

  62. GOAL

    Crewe Alexandra 1-2 Bolton Wanderers - Jermaine Beckford (90)

    Striker Jermaine Beckford has surely won it for Bolton with an excellent volley from a tight angle.

  63. FULL-TIME

    West Ham 1-1 Sheff Utd

    All square at full-time and this one is going to extra time.

  64. FULL-TIME

    Derby 1-0 Charlton

  65. FULL-TIME

    Huddersfield 0-2 Nottingham Forest

  66. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    MK Dons 3-0 Man Utd

    Paul Mulligan: SomewhereDavid Moyes will be enjoying a glass of red wine safe in the knowledge that he wasn't to blame after all.

    Tim Arstall: Van Gaal needs to learn that Utd won't win based on reputation alone, play inexperienced players and they will be punished.

    Louis Porter: 3-0 This is the worst I have ever seen United play! I feel sorry for Di Maria who is going from Champions League winner to this.

  67. Post update

    MK Dons 3-0 Man Utd

    Dear oh dear Javier Hernandez. Andreas Pereira smashes an effort from 30 yards out that is heading wide but it goes straight to an unmarked Hernandez, who flicks the ball even further wide. David De Gea then saves on the line as MK Dons go looking for a fourth. The packed-out Stadium:mk is bouncing.

  68. FULL-TIME

    Bournemouth 3-0 Northampton Town

  69. GOAL

    Port Vale 2-3 Cardiff - Michael Brown

    Too little too late? It is all hands to the attacking pump as Michael Brown reduces Cardiff's advantage to a single goal.

  70. FULL-TIME

    Gillingham 0-1 Newcastle

  71. FULL-TIME

    Walsall 0-3 Crystal Palace

  72. FULL-TIME

    Norwich 3-1 Crawley

  73. BreakingCELTIC KNOCKED OUT OF CHAMPIONS LEAGUE

    Maribor win 1-0 in Scotland and 2-1 on aggregate to send Celtic tumbling out of the Champions League. They now drop into the Europa League.

  74. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    MK Dons 3-0 Man Utd

    Sally Smith: WANTED: one football team. Please apply to Mr L. Van Gaal, c/o Old Trafford, Manchester.

    Aksel Vermassen: United have hit rock bottom.

    Scamp27: If United losing to Swansea "smashed their confidence" then what does this do?! Liquidise it?

  75. GOAL

    Derby 1-0 Charlton - Ivan Calero (87 mins)

    Promising Spain youth player Ivan Calero might have just struck the winner for Derby - a great strike into the top corner.

  76. Post update

    MK Dons 3-0 Man Utd

    Manchester United try to respond as substitute James Wilson forces a fine save out of MK Dons goalkeeper David Martin. Unbelievably, that was the visitors' first shot on target.

  77. GOAL

    Norwich 3-1 Crawley - Josh Murphy (90 mins)

    A lovely curling shot into the top corner from the edge of the box makes it two for the night for Josh Murphy. And that is good night for Crawley.

  78. Post update

    MK Dons 3-0 Man Utd

    Steve Claridge

    BBC Sport

    "Manchester United are not being beaten, they are getting thrashed, incredible. These players are clearly not good enough. Why you would play them here and in this system beggars belief. You end up with a performance like this. Van Gaal is the manager and he knows whether they're good enough and he's got it bang wrong."

  79. GOAL

    Scunthorpe 0-1 Reading - Jake Taylor (85 mins)

    Reading overcome plenty of second-half pressure to finally take the lead - Jake Taylor firing through a crowd of bodies to blunt the Iron.

  80. GOAL

    MK Dons 3-0 Man Utd - Benik Afobe (69 mins)

    This is amazing! Utterly amazing. Benik Afobe has been on the pitch a matter of seconds and he has scored the goal that surely means there is no way back for Manchester United. Ben Reeves puts the Arsenal man through and he sweeps home. Stunning stuff.

    English striker Benik Afobe celebrates scoring their third goal
    Manchester United's players look dejected
  81. Post update

    MK Dons 2-0 Man Utd

    Goalscorer Will Grigg comes off to a standing ovation from the home fans with on-loan Arsenal striker Benik Afobe replacing him.

  82. GOAL

    Huddersfield 0-2 Nottingham Forest - Henri Lansbury (82 mins)

    Former Arsenal midfielder Henri Lansbury all but puts Forest into the next round after poking in a low shot from inside the area.

  83. Post update

    MK Dons 2-0 Man Utd

    It is men against boys at Stadium:mk and it is MK Dons who are the former as Will Grigg twists and turns with the ball on the left, briefly loses the ball to Andreas Pereira who then gives it straight Dean Lewington. MK Dons players are brimming with confidence, helped by the buoyant home crowd.

  84. GOAL

    Burnley 0-1 Sheffield Wednesday - Atdhe Nuhiu (78 mins)

    Sheffield Wednesday forward Atdhe Nuhiu scores from the penalty spot after defender Jason Shackell had fouled Owls' midfielder Jeremy Helan in the box.

    Atdhe Nuhiu of Sheffield Wednesday celebrates
  85. GOAL

    Port Vale 1-3 Cardiff - Federico Macheda (79 mins)

    Meanwhile over at Vale Park... Federico Macheda, once of Manchester United, now of Cardiff, has surely booked the Bluebirds place in the Capital One Cup third round with his second of the night.

  86. GOAL

    Bournemouth 3-0 Northampton Town - Callum Wilson (79 mins)

    Northampton goalkeeper Jordan Archer parries a shot from Dan Gosling, but his save goes straight to Callum Wilson who heads home from close range.

  87. Post update

    MK Dons 2-0 Man Utd

    Steve Claridge

    BBC Sport

    "Griggs has chested the ball in and who is the closest Manchester United player to him? Anderson. Three centre halves and Anderson is the closest to a player scoring in the middle of the goal.

    "That gives you some understanding about how they understand the system. Well done MK Dons but where are the three centre halves?"

  88. GOAL

    MK Dons 2-0 Man Utd - Will Grigg (63 mins)

    Disastrous stuff for Manchester United as they fall even further behind! They give the ball away just inside their own half and MK Dons break before Ben Reeves crosses for Will Grigg who chests home from close range. MK Dons are in dreamland!

    Will Grigg of Milton Keynes Dons scores his second goal
  89. Post update

    Celtic 0-1 Maribor (1-2 on agg)

    Bad news for Celtic because they have fallen behind at home to Maribor in their Champions League qualifying play-off second leg. Marcos Tavares scoops the ball over Craig Gordon after Emilio Izaguirre and Charlie Mulgrew fail to clear their lines and Celtic trail 1-0 on the night and 2-1 on aggregate. Follow the action here.

  90. CLOSE!

    MK Dons 1-0 Man Utd

    Much better from Manchester United as Danny Welbeck runs across the edge of the area, shifts the ball on to his right foot before launching an effort just wide.

  91. SUBSTITUTION

    MK Dons 1-0 Man Utd

    Changes for both sides as Dean Bowditch comes off for Daniel Powell for MK Dons, while Manchester United's Nick Powell is replaced by striker James Wilson.

  92. Post update

    Scunthorpe 0-0 Reading

    Scunthorpe are creating the better chances here, and Terry Hawkridge shoots over from 20 yards. All to play for at Glanford Park.

  93. GOAL

    Huddersfield 0-1 Nottingham Forest - James Vaughan og (72 mins)

    Town's James Vaughan inexplicably powers Jamie Paterson's cross into his own goal under little pressure.

  94. Post update

    MK Dons 1-0 Man Utd

    Manchester United are knocking the ball around better and win a free-kick just outside the area on the left when Danny Welbeck is fouled by Samir Carruthers. Manchester United fans have found their voice but their chants are drowned out by ironic whistles as Andreas Pereira curls the free-kick over.

  95. DISALLOWED GOAL

    Walsall 0-3 Crystal Palace

    Walsall are desperate for a consolation here and Ashley Grimes has a goal ruled out for offside.

  96. GOAL

    Brentford 0-1 Fulham - Ross McCormack (68 mins)

    Fulham's £11m striker Ross McCormack finishes off a one-two with Chris David after a flowing passing move to open his account for his new club.

    Ross McCormack of Fulham celebrates with team mates
  97. CLOSE!

    Swindon 1-1 Brighton

    The hosts look like they can win this now - Yaser Kasim firing wide inside the area.

  98. GOAL

    Middlesbrough 3-1 Preston - Lee Tomlin (66 mins)

    Has that killed off Preston? After landing an impressive free-kick to score his side's first, Lee Tomlin nets after a mazy run to put the hosts two goals to the good.

  99. Post update

    MK Dons 1-0 Man Utd

    Steve Claridge

    BBC Sport

    "Manchester United will certainly have to do an awful lot better. They hardly created a chance after the first five minutes. I'm sure they're going to improve in the second half.

    "Perreira has come on. Playing at wingback is 70% going forward and 30% going back but Janko barely crossed the halfway line and when he did his crosses didn't beat the first man."

  100. PENALTY APPEAL

    MK Dons 1-0 Man Utd

    Big shout for a penalty to MK Dons as Darren Potter scampers into the area before hitting a shot that appears to hit the arm of Jonny Evans. Not given but the reaction from one or two Manchester United players suggest that was a let-off for the visitors. Reece James is booked shortly after for United.

  101. CLOSE!

    Swindon 1-1 Brighton

    Swindon continue to cause Brighton problems - Massimo Luongo jinking into the box and finding Louis Thompson who fires over.

  102. KICK-OFF

    MK Dons 1-0 Man Utd

    Louis van Gaal does indeed make a change as Saidy Janko goes off and Andreas Pereira, an attacking midfielder, comes on before Manchester United get the second half under way.

  103. GOAL

    Port Vale 1-2 Cardiff - Federico Macheda (60 mins)

    Manchester United could do with his heroics, but Federico Macheda is in Cardiff colours now and puts his new side ahead, turning in a Declan John cross,

  104. Post update

    MK Dons 1-0 Man Utd

    BBC Sport's Chris Osborne at Stadium:mk: "Unimaginative and uninspiring. Manchester United sleepwalked through the first half, but it's the MK Dons fans who think they're dreaming. Their boss Karl Robinson was up and shouting at his team for most of the half. On the other hand, Louis van Gaal has barely appeared. More urgency needed all round this half."

    Jonny Evans of Manchester United shows his frustration
  105. SUBSTITUTION

    Walsall 0-3 Crystal Palace

    Crystal Palace hat-trick hero Dwight Gayle is substituted. Is the gaffer saving him for Saturday?

  106. HITS THE WOODWORK

    Swansea 1-0 Rotherham

    Jordan Bowery goes close for the visitors as he shrugs off his marker and shapes a shot into the far post.

  107. GOAL

    Millwall 0-1 Southampton - Jack Cork (53 mins)

    Jack Cork gets up well to register his first Saints goal. It is an assist for early-season impresser Dusan Tadic who provided the corner.

    Jack Cork of Southampton celebrates
  108. GOAL

    Middlesbrough 2-1 Preston - Bradley Fewster (57 mins)

    Three goals in six minutes at the Riverside and it is advantage Boro again. Albert Adomah did the hard yards for the hosts but it was Bradley Fewster who got the final touch.

  109. Text us on 81111

    Paul, from Formby, via text: LVG is a slow starter, they say. He also causes problems and has only been in uncompetitive leagues where one team always wins - and still messes it up! Sorry United fans but Moyes was and is the better choice. This will carry on all season before he "amicably" departs like has at every other club.

    Gerry, via text: Van Gaal should use the half-time team talk to introduce his players to each other.

    Dan, via text: Calm down, it was only a few seasons ago when United lost to Southend under Sir Alex's reign.

  110. GOAL

    Watford 1-2 Doncaster - Liam Wakefield (52 mins)

    A minor upset on the cards here as League One Doncaster lead at Championship side Watford. Dean Furman breaks into the box and delivers a low cross where 19-year-old Liam Wakefield is on hand to slot home from eight yards out.

  111. GOAL

    Middlesbrough 1-1 Preston - Jordan Hugill (54 mins)

    Preston North End are back in it with an almost immediate response. Jordan Hugill stabs in from close range to restore parity shortly after Boro's opener.

  112. GOAL

    West Ham 1-1 Sheffield United - Winston Reid OG (57 mins)

    Sheffield United are level as a cross comes off the head of Blades striker Marc McNulty and Winston Reid shins into his own goal.

  113. Post update

    Walsall 0-3 Crystal Palace

    Dwight Gayle will be taking home the matchball tonight after scoring a hat-trick. Here he is celebrating his third:

    Walsall 0-3 Crystal Palace
  114. Post update

    MK Dons 1-0 Man Utd

    Manchester United

    It will be interesting to see what, if anything, Louis van Gaal does for the second half. As Steve Claridge says, the players look to be struggling playing 3-5-2 against an MK Dons side hungry for an upset. Both teams are just emerging for the second half now.

  115. GOAL

    Middlesbrough 1-0 Preston - Lee Tomlin (51 mins)

    A textbook set-piece from Lee Tomlin. He won the free-kick and dusted himself off to exact full punishment, whipping the ball over the wall and past Jamie Jones.

  116. GOAL

    Norwich 2-1 Crawley - Carlos Cuellar OG (55 mins)

    Cameron Jerome marked his Norwich debut with his side's first. Fellow debutant Carlos Cuellar gets the booby prize, slicing Conor Henderson's cross into his own net to hand Crawley a lifeline.

  117. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    MK Dons 1-0 Man Utd

    Richard Berry: Van Gaal is a proven winner but if you look at his record he's a slower starter. We will be up there when the season ends.

    Jade Babb: How unimaginative and boring is this Man Utd side, yawn.

    Ricky Lee Everett: LVG will get it right in the end, but is this proof that Moyes wasn't given enough time? The players are letting the club down.

    Will Grigg celebrates his goal against Manchester United
  118. HITS THE WOODWORK

    Walsall 0-3 Crystal Palace

    Watford go close when Ashley Grimes fires a shot against the inside of the post which then hits the back of the goalkeeper and runs to safety.

  119. Post update

    MK Dons 1-0 Man Utd

    Just tuning in? The big news of the night is that Manchester United are trailing at League One MK Dons. The visitors have yet to register a single shot on target.

  120. GOAL

    Norwich 2-0 Crawley - Josh Murphy (49 mins)

    The Murphy twins have done a number on the Crawley defence. Jacob spreads play to Josh on the left wing and his brother cuts in before hitting a crisp drive into the top corner.

  121. GOAL

    Swindon 1-1 Brighton - Louis Thompson (46 mins)

    Swindon are level immediately after the break - Louis Thompson breaking through and firing past Casper Ankergren. Game on.

  122. HALF-TIME

    MK Dons 1-0 Man Utd

    Steve Claridge

    BBC Sport at Stadium:mk

    "Manchester United have completely fallen into a hole for one reason or another. No-one looks comfortable out there and MK Dons has said 'hang on we have a chance here' and they have put pressure on Manchester United. There is only one team in it, let's us be honest. MK Dons are by far the better and fully deserve to be ahead.

    "The Manchester United players do not get this system. They have two wing-backs playing basically as part of a five-man defence. MK Dons have isolated the two players up front, Manchester United are all over the place."

  123. Post update

    MK Dons 1-0 Man Utd

    A few minutes until half-time and the MK Dons goal is not looking in any danger of being breached, Manchester United's lack of bite in attack summed up as Saidy Janko's low cross into the area is easily cut out.

  124. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    MK Dons 1-0 Man Utd

    Michael Mabbit: Did Manchester United need to spend £60m on a world class winger... probably not. Do they need three reliable £20m defenders... definitely.

    Alan Fraser: It may not last, but David Moyes is not looking like quite such an idiot now is he?

    Chris Hunter: I think Man Utd need to buy the whole Dutch side to fit in the 3-5-2 system, they do have the money.

  125. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    MK Dons 1-0 Man Utd

    Vicki Halsall: Never believed in the power of a manager in football until United lost Ferguson. Moyes must be thrilled.

    Craig Murray: As Brian Clough stated 'Players lose you games, not tactics.' Sums the last 12 months at United perfectly.

    Sushant Shetty: Manchester United need a psychologist more than a tactical coach. They are so weak mentally.

  126. Post update

    West Ham 1-0 Sheffield United

    Fairly comfortable first half for West Ham where Enner Valencia has had two decent chances for the home side. Ravel Morrison also impressing against the visitors from League One, but it's Diafra Sakho who has the only goal of the game so far.

  127. Post update

    MK Dons 1-0 Man Utd

    A bit better from Manchester United as Nick Powell gets the ball from Javier Hernandez and drills an effort goalwards with the outside of his foot, but it whistles just wide of the post.

  128. HALF-TIME

    Bournemouth 2-0 Northampton, Brentford 0-0 Fulham, Burnley 0-0 Sheffield Wednesday, Crewe 1-1 Bolton, Derby 0-0 Charlton, Gillingham 0-1 Newcastle, Huddersfield 0-0 Nottingham Forest, Leicester 0-1 Shrewsbury, Middlesbrough 0-0 Preston, Millwall 0-0 Southampton, Norwich 1-0 Crawley, Port Vale 1-1 Cardiff, Scunthorpe 0-0 Reading, Swansea 1-0 Rotherham, Swindon 0-1 Brighton, Walsall 0-3 Crystal Palace, Watford 1-1 Doncaster, West Ham 1-0 Sheffield United.

  129. Post update

    MK Dons 1-0 Man Utd

    Steve Claridge

    BBC Sport

    "We accused David Moyes of this last season, forcing players into a system and we're getting the same here. The (Manchester United) players simply are comfortable in this system. It can change we know that but don't play this system.

    "MK Dons have settled into this and are putting the pressure on Manchester United are going long and give the ball away."

  130. Post update

    MK Dons 1-0 Man Utd

    How have Manchester United responded after falling behind? I'm sorry to say Manchester United fans, but not very well. Samir Carruthers prompts a huge "Oohh!" from the crowd as he cracks off a dipping shot than David De Gea gets behind.

  131. Post update

    MK Dons 1-0 Man Utd

    BBC Sport's Chris Osborne at Stadium:mk: "The MK Dons fans give a chorus of 'you're getting sacked in the morning'. It's aimed at Mr Van Gaal of course. I doubt the United boss sees the funny side."

  132. GOAL

    WBA 1-0 Oxford Utd - Johnny Mullins OG (29 mins)

    West Brom break the deadlock as Andre Wisdom crosses low into the Oxford United area and Johnny Mullins inadvertently turns the ball into his own net.

  133. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    MK Dons 1-0 Man Utd

    Alan Jebble: Captain Jonny Evans - sounds like a name that was destined to go down with his ship.

    Jordan Mundy-Gill: Jonny Evans strikes fear into most Sunday League strikers. What is he doing playing professional football!?

    Gwilym James: A momentous day in world football as people who aren't MK Dons fans celebrate an MK Dons goal.

  134. Post update

    MK Dons 1-0 Man Utd

    Steve Claridge

    BBC Sport

    "Jonny Evans gave it away and Will Grigg pops it into an empty net. There's too many United players not doing their jobs - asking for defensive cover and they can't do their job themselves. Awful mistake. 1-0."

  135. GOAL

    West Ham 1-0 Sheffield United - Diafra Sakho (40 mins)

    Summer signing Diafra Sakho gets his first goal for the club after a patient passing move from the Hammers. Ravel Morrison starts it out on the right-hand side leaving Mo Diame to cross for Sakho to nod home.

  136. GOAL

    Walsall 0-3 Crystal Palace - Dwight Gayle (41 mins)

    A first-half hat-trick for Dwight Gayle, who ends any hopes of a Walsall comeback with a bullet shot following a pass from Jerome Thomas.

  137. GOAL

    Crewe Alexandra 1-1 Bolton Wanderers - Darren Pratley (40 mins)

    Bolton midfielder Darren Pratley heads home at the far post to level the score after an excellent run and cross from Liam Feeney.

  138. GOAL

    Leicester 0-1 Shrewsbury - Andy Mangan (38 mins)

    Striker Andy Mangan curls a brilliant free-kick into the bottom corner as the League Two side take the lead at the newly-promoted Premier League outfit.

    Shrewsbury Town's Andy Mangan centre celebrates
  139. GOAL

    MK Dons 1-0 Man Utd - Will Grigg (25 mins)

    My word, this is not what Louis van Gaal wants or needs at all as Stadium:MK erupts when Will Grigg gives MK Dons the lead. Jonny Evans passes the ball straight to MK Dons and Grigg gleefully sweeps home. What do Manchester United do now?

    Will Grigg of Milton Keynes Dons celebrates
  140. Post update

    West Ham 0-0 Sheffield United

    Goalless as half time approaches at West Ham but it is Sheffield United goalkeeper Mark Howard who is keeping out the hosts. He has denied Enner Valencia and a Ravel Morrison 25-yard free kick.

  141. Post update

    Swansea 1-0 Rotherham

    Rotherham are playing pretty well now, and should be level only for Lee Frecklington to blaze over from inside the area.

  142. GREAT SAVE!

    Scunthorpe 0-0 Reading

    Reading keeper Adam Federici has earned his money already tonight - making another top save to keep out Paddy Madden's curling free-kick which was arrowing into the top corner.

  143. Post update

    Watford 1-1 Doncaster - Lloyd Dyer (30 mins)

    A fine finish from Lloyd Dyer. The winger latches on to Odion Ighalo's ball forward and levels up against the League One side.

  144. SUBSTITUTION

    MK Dons 0-0 Man Utd

    An early change for Manchester United as Shinji Kagawa, who has twice had to go off the pitch for treatment in this game, cannot continue and he is replaced by Adnan Januzaj. He played centre midfield against Sunderland and it looks like he is slotting in there as well today.

  145. GOAL

    Port Vale 1-1 Cardiff - Michael O'Connor (34 mins)

    After Joe Ralls' long-range opener, Port Vale pull level with a howitzer of their own as Michael O'Connor lashes home a free-kick from 30 yards.

  146. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Yorky Bob: How refreshing to see the Manchester United team play with spirit and gusto. Wanting the ball and chasing it. Brilliant.

    Richard: Powell making runs from midfield. Get him in the first team! He has to be better than Cleverley.

  147. CLOSE!

    Swindon 0-1 Brighton

    A scare for Brighton as Jake Forster-Caskey clears off the line from some penalty box pinball.

  148. Post update

    MK Dons 0-0 Man Utd

    David De Gea is quickly off his line to pluck the ball out of the air ahead of the advancing Dele Alli. MK Dons are growing into this game and sensing some opportunities are there to be had against a nervy-looking Manchester United defence.

  149. GOAL

    Bournemouth 2-0 Northampton Town - Brett Pitman (30 mins)

    Striker Brett Pitman slots home to score his second goal in two games after being put through one on one with the goalkeeper.

  150. GOAL

    Swansea 1-0 Rotherham - Bafetimbi Gomis (22 mins)

    Swansea get the reward for their dominance as Bafetimbi Gomis spins and fires home his first goal for the club.

    Swansea player Nathan Dyer celebrates the opening goal
  151. Post update

    West Ham 0-0 Sheffield United

    West Ham in control so far against their League One opponents. Ravel Morrison dictating matters in midfield in a pretty strong Hammers line-up up at Upton Park. No goals yet though.

  152. GOAL

    Port Vale 0-1 Cardiff - Joe Ralls (26 mins)

    Midfielder Joe Ralls, the Bluebirds captain for the evening, shows why he is so highly rated in south Wales with a strike from distance.

  153. GOAL

    Walsall 0-2 Crystal Palace - Dwight Gayle (25 mins)

    Palace striker Dwight Gayle is staking his claim for a Premier League start - scoring his second of the night in style by burying a free-kick from the edge of the box after Glenn Murray had been fouled. Pick that one out.

    Dwight Gayle of Crystal Palace celebrates scoring his second goal
  154. GOAL

    Gillingham 0-1 Newcastle - John Egan og (25 mins)

    Gillingham's ex-Sunderland defender John Egan turns in Gabriel Obertan's cross as the Premier League visitors take the lead.

    Gabriel Obertan of Newcastle celebrates the first goal
  155. Post update

    MK Dons 0-0 Man Utd

    Manchester United seem determined to get an early goal at MK Dons and are pouring forward in numbers at every opportunity. Nick Powell fires over from outside the area before Javier Hernandez sees a low effort deflected behind for a Manchester United corner. Dele Alli has MK Dons' first crack at goal soon after, but his shot from distance is blocked and the visitors clear.

    Millton Keynes Dons' Antony Kay tussles with Manchester United's Javier Hernandez
  156. Post update

    MK Dons 0-0 Man Utd

    Steve Claridge

    BBC Sport

    "The problem for MK Dons is that every time they've got the ball they've given it straight away to Manchester Untied. They're streaming forward and getting players into the box.

    "The one thing about this Manchester United side is that it's got quality going forward. They've got in behind three or four times already and ahould be ahead."

  157. GOAL

    Bournemouth 1-0 Northampton Town - Dan Gosling (21 mins)

    Former Newcastle United midfielder Dan Gosling opens the scoring for Bournemouth - firing into the bottom corner from 10-yards out after an Adam Smith assist.

  158. CLOSE!

    Swansea 0-0 Rotherham

    Now it's Swansea's turn to attack - Dwight Tiendalli's cross is almost converted by the stretching Bafetimbi Gomis before Nathan Dyer's shot is blocked.

  159. Post update

    Scunthorpe 0-0 Reading

    Reading

    Reading FC: Picturesque view as the night sky sets in.

  160. Post update

    Swansea 0-0 Rotherham

    Michael Tidser for Rotherham... sliced wide! We're under way at the Liberty after that 10-minute delay to kick-off.

  161. Post update

    MK Dons 0-0 Man Utd

    Javier Hernandez is in a great position as Manchester United break forward but he loses his footing inside the area and MK Dons clear to huge ironic cheers from the home fans. MK Don's defender Dean Lewington slips in the area soon after to spare Hernandez's blushes, with the surface evidently a little damp underfoot.

  162. Post update

    Gary Lineker

    BBC Sport

    "Samuel Eto'o has signed for Everton. I think that's quite a canny acquisition. Good mentor for young talent. Very experienced.....very!"

  163. Post update

    Watford 0-1 Doncaster - Nathan Tyson (pen, 12 mins)

    Kyle Bennett's trickery inside the box outfoxes the home defence and he's brought down. Nathan Tyson steps up to drill home the spot-kick, keeper no chance.

  164. KICK-OFF

    MK Dons 0-0 Man Utd

    It is a superb atmosphere at Stadium:mk with 29,000 fans filling it out for the first time in MK Dons' history, and they are in fine voice too. The home side get this game under way.

  165. Post update

    Scunthorpe 0-0 Reading

    The hosts are looking bright - Paddy Madden forcing Adam Federici into a good save with a low shot from just outside the area.

  166. GOAL

    Norwich 1-0 Crawley - Cameron Jerome (14 mins)

    Cameron Jerome marks his Canaries debut with a goal, slotting home from close range after Steven Whittaker's effort was spilled by Crawley goalkeeper Brian Jensen.

  167. Eto'o joins Everton

    Everton confirm the signing of former Chelsea striker Samuel Eto'o on a two-year deal. Got to be said, a good signing for the Toffees.

  168. Post update

    MK Dons v Man Utd (20:00 BST)

    Karl Robinson, manager of Milton Keynes Dons applauds the fans

    MK Dons manager Karl Robinson speaking to Sky Sports: "There are not many bigger football clubs in the world than Manchester United so obviously it will have an effect on my team mentally. But once the whistle goes it will be just another football match.

    "Manchester United do not have bad footballers, the players they have put on the pitch will be very gifted. I will tell my players to go out and be brave."

  169. LINE-UPS

    MK Dons v Man Utd (20:00 BST)

    Manager Louis van Gaal of Manchester United looks on

    Milton Keynes Dons: Martin, Baldock, Kay, McFadzean, Lewington, Carruthers, Potter, Reeves, Alli, Bowditch, Grigg. Subs: Green, Spence, Randall, McLoughlin, Powell, Hitchcock, Afobe.

    Man Utd: De Gea, Vermijl, Evans, Michael Keane, James, Janko, Anderson, Kagawa, Powell, Welbeck, Hernandez. Subs: Januzaj, Zaha, Amos, Wilson, Pereira, McNair, Thorpe.

    Referee: Stuart Attwell (Warwickshire)

  170. GOAL

    Swindon 0-1 Brighton - Rohan Ince (10 mins)

    Brighton have started brightly here - Kazenga LuaLua firing wide from the edge of the area, before Rohan Ince puts the visitors into the lead with a sumptuous volley.

  171. GOAL

    Walsall 0-1 Crystal Palace - Dwight Gayle (7 mins)

    Palace in front - that man Dwight Gayle, who still gives Liverpool nightmares, beating the offside trap and sliding home a neat finish.

    Dwight Gayle of Crystal Palace celebrates scoring the opening goal
  172. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Here's more of your thoughts on Robbie Savage's claims that Manchester United's team against Sunderland was the worst in their Premier League era.

    Christopher Ritchie: Robbie Savage, love you as pundit but stating the 11 players for United on Saturday, are the worst ever 11, is a stupid comment!

    Barry Postlethwaite: Rooney, RVP would make any United squad apart from those two none of the others would have got a look in.

    Fahad Khan: Mata in worst United XI? Is Robbie Savage forgetting the gem he was for Chelsea?

  173. KICK-OFF

    Celtic v Maribor

    Celtic can secure their place in the Champions League group stage for the third successive season and they have just got their second-leg play-off against Maribor under way. The tie is finely poised, with the first leg having ended 1-1.

    You can follow live text on that match, and the action from 11 Scottish League Cup ties, here.

  174. Post update

    Scunthorpe 0-0 Reading

    Not much to report here, because we've had so little play - Reading's Shaun Cummings spending three minutes receiving treatment before returning to the action.

  175. GOAL

    Crewe Alexandra 1-0 Bolton Wanderers - Bradden Inman (2 mins)

    Bradden Inman turns inside on the left and hits a right-foot shot into the top right corner to give Crewe the lead.

  176. Post update

    Leicester 0-0 Shrewsbury

    Leicester 0-0 Shrewsbury

    BBC Radio 5 live's Will Perry: Kingpower Stadium packed tonight for Leicester v Shrewsbury. Club say don't try and come down, no tickets left.

  177. KICK-OFF

    Pretty much all the 19:45 BST League Cup kick-offs are under way, let's have all these settled in 90 minutes, shall we?

  178. Post update

    Burnley v Sheffield Wednesday (19:45 BST)

    Burnley boss Sean Dyche made seven changes to the line-up that started both Premier League games this season. New signing Marvin Sordell was handed his first start in attack, while last season's leading goalscorer Danny Ings drops to the bench.

    Burnley: Gilks; Trippier, Long, Shackell (c), Ward; Kightly, Jones, Arfield, Wallace; Sordell, Barnes. Subs: Heaton, Duff, Reid, Mee, Taylor, Ings, Jutkiewicz.

    Sheffield Wednesday: Kirkland; Mattock, Semedo, Palmer, Lees, Zayatte, Coke, Helan, Maghoma, Madine, Maguire. Subs: Westwood, Loovens, May, McCabe, Corry, Floro, Nuhiu.

  179. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Huddersfield v Nottm Forest (19:45 BST)

    Huddersfield

    Nottingham Forest: Here come the teams...

    Same scenes up and down the country with 17 of tonight's 20 League Cup games about to get under way.

  180. Post update

    Swansea v Rotherham (19:45 BST)

    We've got a 10 minute delay to kick-off at the Liberty. We're not sure why, but that one will get under way at 19:55 BST.

  181. Post update

    Wayne Rooney on Twitter: "Welcome to Manchester United Angel di Maria #excited."

  182. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    We asked for your thoughts on Robbie Savage's claims that Manchester United's team against Sunderland was the worst in the Premier League era.

    Stephen Shaw: Worst United ever? Slightly unfair on De Gea. That's all though.

    Matt Bennett: What does Savage know ? He would make any 'Worst XI' in Premier League history.

    Woof The Woof: The more United spend and the worse they get, the funnier the whole farce becomes!

  183. Post update

    WBA v Oxford Utd (20:00 BST)

    West Brom changes with new signing Brown Ideye starting. It is a strong squad. Meanwhile Oxford United have Will Hoskins on the bench after an 18-month lay-off with injury.

    West Brom: Myhill, Wisdom, Dawson, McAuley, Davidson, Yacob, Baird, Berahino, Sessegnon, Brunt, Ideye. Subs: Foster, Olsson, Morrison, Gamboa, O'Neil, Mulumbu, Roofe.

    Oxford Utd: Crocombe, Riley, Mullins, Wright, Newey, Collins, Ruffels, Rose, Hylton, Brown, Morris. Subs: Stevens, Meades, Raynes, Potter, Hunt, Jakubiak, Hoskins.

  184. Goals, goals, goals

    It was goals galore in the first round of the Capital One Cup as 110 goals were scored over 35 games.

    Those included a 6-6 thriller between Dagenham and Brentford, with the latter winning on penalties. Will tonight's ties be able to match up?

  185. Post update

    Millwall v Southampton (19:45 BST)

    Millwall: Forde, Hoyte, Williams, Webster, Briggs, Powell, Abdou, Chaplow, Gueye, Marquis, Easter. Subs: Gregory, Gerrar, Onyedinma, O'Brien, Goodman, Siafa, Thompson.

    Southampton: Forster, Clyne, Yoshida, Fonte, Targett, Ward-Prowse, Steven Davis, Wanyama, Isgrove, Pelle, Long. Subs: Kelvin Davis, Gardos, Ramirez, Tadic, Taider, Cork, Stephens.

    Referee: Dean Whitestone (Northamptonshire)

    Southampton manager Ronald Koeman looks on
  186. Post update

    MK Dons v Man Utd (20:00 BST)

    BBC Sport's Chris Osborne at stadiummk: "Plenty of Asian press here and they're pretty pleased to see Shinji Kagawa start for Manchester United. The first appearance of the season for Jonny Evans after a leg injury is welcome news to Louis van Gaal, who has defensive problems.

    "MK Dons have named a side you'd expect to see from them every weekend. Highly-rated teenage midfielder Deli Alli starts, while on-loan Arsenal striker Benik Afobe is on the bench."