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  1. Post update

    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.

  2. Capital One Cup draw

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

  3. Capital One Cup draw

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

  4. 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 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.

  5. Reaction

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

    Stoke manager Mark Hughes speaking to Sky Sports: 

    "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. 

    "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."

  6. 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 21 September.

  7. 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

  8. 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 James Chester takes the decisive spot-kick for the home side.

  9. 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

  10. Draw time

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

  11. Post update

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

    Stoke striker Jonathan Walters speaking to Sky Sports:  "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 Norwich. The 31-year-old's current contract expires at the end of this season.

  12. Penalties

    West Brom 0-0 Port Vale

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

  13. FULL-TIME - West Brom 0-0 Port Vale

    We have another game going to penalties.

  14. Stoke into third round

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

    Stoke players celebrate

    Kenilworth Road rise to applaud their players. 

    A fully deserved ovation.

  15. Scores!

    Luton 7-8 Stoke - Geoff Cameron

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

  16. Miss!

    Luton 7-7 Stoke - Scott Griffiths

    Luton blink first as Griffths hits the crossbar.

  17. 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.

  18. 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.

  19. Scores!

    Luton 6-6 Stoke - Mame Biram Diouf

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

  20. Scores!

    Luton 6-5 Stoke - Stephen O'Donnell

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

  21. Scores!

    Luton 5-5 Stoke - Marc Wilson

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

  22. Scores!

    Luton 5-4 Stoke - Ryan Hall

    Left-footed striker sends keeper the wrong way.

  23. Scores!

    Luton 4-4 Stoke - Steve Sidwell

  24. Scores!

    Luton 4-3 Stoke - Luke Wilkinson

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

  25. FULL-TIME - Aston Villa 5-3 Notts County

    Tim Sherwood
  26. Scores!

    Luton 3-3 Stoke - Phil Bardsley

    Bardsley powers in a shot to the right.

  27. Scores!

    Luton 3-2 Stoke - Ollie Lee

    Lee powers in to give Given no chance.

  28. Scores!

    Luton 2-2 Stoke - Joselu

    Easy for Joselu as he keeps calm and slots in.

  29. Scores!

    Luton 2-1 Stoke - Cameron McGeehan

    Another who goes for power as he scores.

  30. Scores!

    Luton 1-1 Stoke - Jonathan Walters

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

  31. 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.

  32. Scores!

    Luton 1-0 - Mark Benson

  33. 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...

  34. FULL-TIME Burton 1-2 Middlesbrough

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

  35. FULL-TIME - Doncaster 1-4 Ipswich

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

  36. Penalties at Kenilworth Road

    Luton 1-1 Stoke

    Luton boss 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.

  37. FULL-TIME - Crystal Palace 4-1 Shrewsbury

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

    Luton Town fans

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

  39. Post update

    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, 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...

  40. 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.

  41. Analysis

    Luton 1-1 Stoke

    David Pleat

    BBC Radio 5 live at Kenilworth Road

    Quote Message: Some players appear to have no fuel in the tank and are playing on instinct.
  42. GOAL - Doncaster 1-4 Ipswich

    Ryan Fraser (113 mins)

    That should just about be that for the early Championship leaders. David McGoldrick again involved, this time he sets up Ryan Fraser to finish into the bottom corner.

  43. Extra-time update

    It looks like bigger teams are starting to make their status count in four of the seven ties to go to extra-time. Aston Villa lead Notts County 4-3, Crystal Palace are 4-1 up against Shrewsbury, Middlesbrough are 2-1 ahead at Burton and Ipswich lead 2-1 over Doncaster.

    MK Dons are 2-1 up against Cardiff in their all-Championship clash.

    But Luton 1-1 Stoke and West Brom 0-0 Port Vale remain on course for penalties.

  44. GOAL - Crystal Palace 4-1 Shrewsbury

    Wilfried Zaha (114 mins)

    Wilfried Zaha heads in

    It is definitely over at Selhurst Park now as Wilfried Zaha heads in following a good run and cross from Pape Souare.

  45. GOAL - MK Dons 2-1 Cardiff

    Josh Murphy (108 mins)

    The home side lead in extra-time and it is loanee Josh Murphy who has lashed in a debut goal that could well end up being the winner.

  46. GOAL Burton 1-2 Middlesbrough

    Christian Stuani (110 mins)

    Middlesbrough's Christian Stuani gets his second goal of the night as he slides home from Stewart Downing's cross. Burton have just ten minutes to find an equaliser.  

  47. Reaction

    Rotherham 1-2 Norwich

    Norwich boss Alex Neil's side avoided an upset at Rotherham...

  48. GOAL - Doncaster 1-3 Ipswich

    James Alabi (104 mins)

    David McGoldrick turns from scorer into provider as James Alabi is the fortunate recipient of his effort is slotted home from close range.

  49. Post update

    Newcastle 4-1 Northampton

  50. GOAL - Aston Villa 4-3 Notts County

    Scott Sinclair (99 mins)

    Alan Hutton celebrates

    Could this be the blow that shatters Notts County. Joe Cole's low cross is converted from close range by Scott Sinclair for his hat-trick. What a game this is!

  51. GOAL - Doncaster 1-2 Ipswich

    David McGoldrick (101 mins)

    Mick McCarthy's side keep up their record of scoring twice in all five games so far this season. David McGoldrick connects with Larsen Toure's cross to head them into the lead for the first time.

  52. Extra-time

    West Brom 0-0 Port Vale

    It's extra-time at The Hawthorns where Premier League West Brom just cannot break down League One Port Vale, who haven't had a shot on target yet.

  53. FULL-TIME - West Brom 0-0 Port Vale

  54. Viva Espana

    Alvaro Negredo

    Happy days former Manchester City striker Alvaro Negredo. His goal has helped Valencia to a 4-3 aggregate win over Monaco in the Champions League play-offs.

    Valencia's success, combined with Sevilla's qualification via last season's Europa League triumph, means that Spain become the first country to have five teams in the Champions League group stages.

    Barcelona, Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid are also in the hat for Thursday's draw.

  55. Analysis

    Luton 1-1 Stoke

    David Pleat

    BBC Radio 5 live at Kenilworth Road

    Quote Message: Luton are playing with a real cup mentality now as they sense they can win this game. They are playing really well at the moment.
  56. GOAL - Crystal Palace 3-1 Shrewsbury

    Lee Chung-Yong (97 mins)

    That should be game over now. Lee Chung-Yong cuts inside in the box and fires a low shot into the corner of the net. Shrewsbury's brave challenge is crumbling.

  57. GOAL - Crystal Palace 2-1 Shrewsbury

    Glenn Murray (95 mins)

    Crystal Palace striker Glenn Murray is fouled by Mat Sadler in the box and picks himself up before slotting in a spot-kick.

  58. Post update

    Sunderland 6-3 Exeter

  59. FULL-TIME - Burton 1-1 Middlesbrough

    We're heading into extra-time in the match between Burton and Middlesbrough.

  60. Extra-time

    Mark Hughes

    Six of tonight's ties are in extra-time:

    Aston Villa 3-3 Notts County

    Burton 1-1 Middlebrough

    Crystal Palace 1-1 Shrewsbury

    Doncaster 1-1 Ipswich

    Luton 1-1 Stoke

    MK Dons 1-1 Cardiff

  61. FULL-TIME - Fulham 3-0 Sheffield Utd

    Ross McCormack grabs his first two goals of the season to send Fulham through. The Blades end the game with nine men as Jose Baxter and Kieran Wallace are sent off late on.

  62. FULL-TIME - Peterborough 1-4 Charlton

     Jermaine Anderson headed in a very late consolation for the home side but it is Championship Charlton who are through and they continue their impressive start to the season.

  63. FULL-TIME Sunderland 6-3 Exeter

    Jermain Defoe leaves the field at full-time with the match ball

    Sunderland survive a huge scare to beat League Two side Exeter. The Grecians matched their Premier League opponents blow for blow in the first half, but they couldn't cope with the Black Cats' intensity after the break.

  64. FULL-TIME - Doncaster 1-1 Ipswich

    Andy Williams put the hosts ahead before Brett Pitman levelled it up and we're into extra-time.

  65. FULL-TIME - Hartlepool 0-4 Bournemouth

    Bournemouth players at full-time

    Junior Stanislas scored twice and made one in what was a comfortable night in the end for Eddie Howe's team.

  66. GOAL - Fulham 3-0 Sheffield Utd

    Moussa Dembele (90 mins)

    Moussa Dembele celebrates

    Moussa Dembele sweeps in after Ross McCormack's free-kick is saved to send Fulham through to the third round with room to spare.

  67. FULL-TIME - Aston Villa 3-3 Notts County

    We are going to have extra time at Villa Park.

  68. FULL-TIME - Hull 1-0 Rochdale

    Greg Luer's first ever professional goal on his full debut secures a place in the third round for the Championship side, despite late Rochdale pressure.

  69. FULL-TIME - Birmingham City 2-0 Gillingham

    The 2011 winners are safely through thanks to Wes Thomas' brace.

  70. FULL-TIME - Sheffield Wednesday 1-0 Oxford United

    Sheffield Wednesday seal their place in the Capital One Cup third round at the expense of League Two side Oxford United courtesy of Atdhe Nuhiu's headed effort.

  71. FULL-TIME - Portsmouth 1-2 Reading

    Full time at Fratton Park and despite Pompey taking the lead in the first half through Conor Chaplin, two second half goals from Reading send the Championship side through.

  72. FULL-TIME Wolves 2-1 Barnet

  73. FULL-TIME - MK Dons 1-1 Cardiff

    End of 90 minutes

  74. FULL-TIME - Rotherham United 1-2 Norwich City

    Alex Neil

    Ricky Van Wolfswinkel's second goal for Norwich separates the sides as Rotherham fail to overcome Premier League opposition.

  75. FULL-TIME - QPR 1-2 Carlisle

    It's full-time at Loftus Road! League Two Carlisle United have sent Championship side QPR out of the League Cup!

  76. FULL-TIME Walsall 2-1 Brighton

    Rico Henry at full-time

    League One side Walsall are through to the third round as they inflict a first defeat of the season on Championship outfit Brighton. 

  77. RED CARD - Fulham 2-0 Sheffield Utd

    Kieran Wallace (90+3 mins)

    Oh dear. Two red cards in the closing stages for Sheffield United. Kieran Wallace pulls back Moussa Dembele and he is dismissed. The Blades will finish the game with nine men.

  78. Celtic out

    Malmo 2-0 Celtic (4-3 agg)

    Ronnie Deila

    Celtic never really got close in the end.

    There will be no repeat of those glorious Champions League nights against Barcelona from a couple of years back.

    Instead it is Thursday night Europa League duty for the Bhoys.

  79. FULL-TIME - Bury 1-4 Leicester

  80. FULL-TIME - Luton Town 1-1 Stoke City

    End of 90 minutes

    Extra time to come at Kenilworth Road after that late Luton leveller.

  81. FULL-TIME - Newcastle 4-1 Northampton

  82. GOAL - Peterborough 0-4 Charlton

    Igor Vetokele (87 mins)

    A superb cross from Ollie Muldoon is met by Igor Vetokele who has the Peterborough defence fooled as he volleys home from close range. No upset to be had in Peterborough as Championship side Charlton coast their way home.

  83. FULL-TIME Swansea 3-0 York

  84. RED CARD - Fulham 2-0 Sheffield Utd

    Jose Baxter (89 mins)

    Not a good night for the Blades as substitute striker Jose Baxter is sent off for a heavy challenge on Tom Cairney and the referee sends him off.

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  86. Post update

    Bury 1-4 Leicester

    Joseph Dodoo

    It might be worth Roy Hodgson getting his beach towel down early when it comes to Leicester striker Joe Dodoo after his hat-trick tonight.

    The 20-year-old has previously represented England under-18s, but still qualifies for Ghana, via both his parents.

  87. Analysis

    Luton 1-1 Stoke

    David Pleat

    BBC Radio 5 live at Kenilworth Road

    Quote Message: I was going to talk about the professionalism of Stoke and that Luton boss John Still could be proud of his side before the Hatters equalised but now we have another game.
  88. GOAL Swansea 3-0 York

    Marvin Emnes (88 mins)

    Marvin Emnes celebrates

    Swansea midfielder Jonjo Shelvey picks out Marvin Emnes, who fires past York keeper Scott Flinders to seal a comfortable victory for the Premier League side.

  89. GOAL - Bury 1-4 Leicester

    Joe Dodoo (90 mins)

    A night to remember for youngster Joe Dodoo, who slots home to complete a hat-trick on his Leicester City debut and condemn League One Bury to defeat.

  90. GOAL - Luton Town 1-1 Stoke City

    Cameron McGeehan (90+1 mins)

    Cameron McGeehan celebrates

    Hold the back page, this one isn't over yet! Luton have levelled in stoppage time and it is Cameron McGeehan who tucks in at the far post after a dangerous cross from the left. Kenilworth Road erupts! The League Two side have pegged back big-spending Stoke. Game on.

  91. Cupset update

    Three of the 11 Premier League clubs in action tonight are in precarious positions.

    Crystal Palace are being held by Shrewsbury, Aston Villa are at 3-3 with Notts County and 10-man Watford are 1-0 behind to preston as we reach the final stages of the 19:45 kick-offs.

  92. GOAL - Bury 1-3 Leicester

    Joe Dodoo (87 mins)

    An impressive full debt for Joe Dodoo, as the 19-year-old scores his second of the night with a low finish. That will probably finish League One side Bury's hopes of a comeback.

  93. GOAL - Walsall 2-1 Brighton

    Rico Henry (86 mins)

    Rico Henry celebrates

    League One side Walsall have edged against second-tier Brighton & Hove Albion with four minutes remaining, left-back Rico Henry firing the Saddlers towards the third round of the League Cup.

  94. GOAL Sunderland 6-3 Exeter

    Jermain Defoe (87 mins)

    Jermain Defoe celebrates

    Sunderland are surely home and dry. Jermain Defoe completes his hat-trick, slotting home Sebastian Larsson's inviting cross from close range. 

  95. GOAL - Portsmouth 1-2 Reading

    Adam McCleary (84 mins)

    Some fine play from Reading is rewarded as Danny Williams blocked shot is latched onto by Adam McCleary who rifles the ball into the net from close range. The Championship side have come from behind and Pompey's hopes of an upset might have gone up in smoke.

  96. Post update

    Sunderland 5-3 Exeter

    Dick Advocaat

    By the looks of it, Dick Advocaat might have wished he had taken his wife's initial advice in the summer and left the Stadium of Light on a relegation escape-job high.

    His side are going to win tonight, but they have made a right old meal of it.

  97. Newcastle 4-1 Northampton

    Striker Ivan Toney makes his Newcastle debut by coming on for Massadio Haidara against the club he left earlier on this summer in order to move to St James's Park. 

  98. GOAL - Rotherham 1-2 Norwich

    Paul Green (80 mins)

    Rotherham have found a way back into this but they have not left themselves long if they are to upset their Premier League opposition. Paul Green puts the Millers back in it with a beautiful volley from the edge of the Norwich box.

  99. Post update

    Luton 0-1 Stoke

    Luton fans

    Ryan Hall and Cameron McGeehan wallop shots goalwards in quick succession but Shay Given is equal to both.

    Stoke are hanging on, but Luton are not going to die wondering.

    Eight minutes of normal time remain.

  100. GOAL - Aston Villa 3-3 Notts County

    Scott Sinclair (78 mins)

    Controversy! Kieran Richardson charges into the box and is sent tumbling to the floor and the referee points to the spot. The County players are furious. They think he went down way too easily. Scott Sinclair steps up and smashes the ball into the net. Keeper got a hand but couldn't keep it out. This superb game takes another twist.

  101. GOAL - MK Dons 1-1 Cardiff

    Carl Baker (79 mins)

    Game on in Milton Keynes, as Carl Baker smashes in a simple rebound to equalise for the home side.

  102. GOAL - QPR 1-2 Carlisle

    Jason Kennedy (79 mins)

    Carlisle United may be without a win in League Two this season, but there certainly doing the business at Loftus Road this evening.

    Derek Asamoah's low cross is tapped in by Jason Kennedy from a yard or so out to leave Championship side QPR in danger with around 10 minutes left.

  103. Analysis

    Luton 0-1 Stoke

    David Pleat

    BBC Radio 5 live at Kenilworth Road

    Quote Message: Luton have to push forward. At the moment they are allowing Stoke to play the ball in their own half. They have to press the game and force the issue. It is still possible.
  104. GOAL - Peterborough 0-3 Charlton

    Ahmed Kashi (76 mins)

    That is a stunning, long-range goal from Ahmed Kashi, and this is a solid performance from the Championship outfit, who are heading safely through to Round Three.

  105. GOAL - Wolves 2-1 Barnet

    Bira Dembele (76 mins)

    Is there an unlikely comeback on the cards at Molineux? League Two Barnet have bagged themselves a goal and it's game on in the Black Country. Elliot Johnson crossed into the Wolves box, John Akinde flicked on and Bira Dembele was on hand to tap the ball home from close range. The Bees will be hoping to provide some sting to Kenny Jackett's side in the final stages.

  106. GOAL - Fulham 2-0 Sheffield Utd

    Ross McCormack (75 mins)

    Sheffield United were semi-finalists last season but they are heading out of the competition now. Ross McCormack gets his second of the night following a well worked passing move.

  107. RED CARD - Watford's Miguel Britos

    Preston 1-0 Watford

    Big, big problems now for Watford. They are down to 10 men after Miguel Britos is shown a red card on his debut. There is confusion over what it is for as the referee called the player over following a coming together in the box. It appears as though the official is suggesting there was an elbow.

  108. GOAL Sunderland 5-3 Exeter

    Duncan Watmore (78 mins)

    Duncan Watmore scores

    Sunderland Duncan Watmore celebrates his call up to the England Under-21 squad as he beats Exeter keeper Bobby Olejnik to the ball and rolls into an empty net. It's hard to see a way back for the Grecians now.

  109. Extra-time looming

    Nobody is going home until we sort this out.

    So, with 15 minutes or so to go, which matches are heading into extra-time?

    Burton v Middlesbrough

    Portsmouth v Reading 

    Palace v Shrewsbury

    Doncaster v Ipswich 

    QPR v Carlisle

    Walsall v Brighton

    and West Brom v Port Vale are all going long as it stands.

  110. GOAL - Birmingham City 2-0 Gillingham

    Wes Thomas (72 mins)

    Is that job done for the 2011 winners of this competition?

    Wes Thomas scores his second of the night, from another corner, and the Championship side are in command.

  111. Swansea 2-0 York

    There may be a few potential upsets knocking around tonight - but it doesn't look like one of those will be coming in South Wales.

    Swansea City midfielder Matt Grimes's goal has the Premier League side 2-0 up on League Two York City.

  112. MISSED PENALTY Walsall 1-1 Brighton

    Chris O'Grady (71 mins)

    Brighton's Chris O'Grady is fouled in the box, but he blazes his penalty over the bar. The forward won't get chance to atone for his error as he's substituted moments later.

  113. Newcastle 4-1 Nothampton

  114. GOAL - Rotherham 0-2 Norwich

    Ricky Van Wolfswinkel (68 mins)

    Ricky van Wolfswinkel celebrates

    Who'd have predicted that one, eh? Ricky Van Wolfswinkel comes out of the wilderness as he latches on to Andre Wisdom's cross and fire home from close range. The Premier League side 2-0 up in Yorkshire, can Rotherham find the breakthrough they need?

  115. GOAL - Burton 1-1 Middlesbrough

    Christian Stuani (70 mins)

    Championship Middlesbrough are level against League One Burton Albion, as Christian Stuani converts right-wing Tomas Kalas's cross with 20 minutes left.

  116. Analysis

    Luton 0-1 Stoke

    David Pleat

    BBC Radio 5 live at Kenilworth Road

    Quote Message: Luton have had the benefit of the offside flag three times in the second half but they were caught out for the goal. There is a danger for Luton that Stoke will make them chase the ball and hold on to possession.
  117. GOAL - Hartlepool 0-4 Bournemouth

    Junior Stanislas (64 mins)

    Junior Stanislas celebrates

    If it wasn't already, this game is over now for sure, as Junior Stanislas nets his second of the night to make it four for the Premier League side.

  118. Post update

    Twenty-five minutes or so to go in the 19:45 BST kick-offs.

    Aston Villa still trail Notts County. That is the biggest shock as it stands. 

    Although Palace are still being held by Shrewsbury.

  119. GOAL - Luton Town 0-1 Stoke City

    Johnathan Walters (67 mins)

    Jonathan Walters

    League Two Luton's resistance is broken as Stoke finally get their breakthrough at Kenilworth Road.Jonathan Walters lobs the goalkeeper after a neat through ball from Stephen Ireland.

  120. GOAL Walsall 1-1 Brighton

    Milan Lalkovic (65 mins)

    Another cupset in the works at Banks's stadium? Walsall's Tom Bradshaw cuts the ball back for Milan Lalkovic to power in for the League One side and level the scores against Championship outfit Brighton.

  121. GOAL - Portsmouth 1-1 Reading

    Nick Blackman (64 mins)

    Reading restore parity when Nick Blackman steps in from the right and breaks through the Pompey back line to fire the ball past home keeper Paul Jones. The Championship side level the tie but can Portsmouth force an upset?

  122. Aston Villa 2-3 Notts County

    Villa boss Tim Sherwood's answer to his side falling behind for a third time to Notts County is to bring on Joe Cole (remember him) for Adama Traore. Can Cole rescue the Premier League outfit against the League Two side?

  123. GOAL - Fulham 1-0 Sheffield Utd

    Ross McCormack (62 mins)

    After being fouled while attempting an overhead kick in the area, Ross McCormack dusts himself down to slot in from the penalty spot to take the lead against the League One side.

  124. Post update

    Luton 0-0 Stoke

    Stoke make a switch, replacing Peter Crouch with £5.75m summer signing Joselu up front.

    Luton are still game for this though. The Hatters are giving as good as they are getting and the outcome is anyone's guess...

  125. GOAL Sunderland 4-3 Exetet

    Jack Rodwell (63 mins)

    Jack Rodwell celebrates

    After a more sedate start to the second half at the Stadium of Light, Jack Rodwell restores Sunderland's lead with a powerful header from Sebastian Larsson's corner. 

  126. GOAL - Newcastle 4-1 Northampton

    Mike Williamson (63)

    Florian Thauvin has been the star of the show at St James' Park tonight, that's for sure.

    The 22-year-old Frenchman crosses for Mike Williamson to thump in a header at the far-post.

    Thauvin has had a hand in all four Newcastle goals.

  127. Analysis

    Sunderland 3-3 Exeter

    Quote Message: Every time you see Dick Advocaat on the touchline it looks like he is suffering from a worsening case of indigestion.
  128. GOAL - Doncaster 1-1 Ipswich

    Brett Pitman (58 mins)

    Championship leaders Ipswich were always going to score given they've netted two goals in each of their five games so far this season. Brett Pitman takes advantage of some poor defending in the area to draw the Tractor Boys level.

  129. GOAL - Aston Villa 2-3 Notts County

    Graham Burke (56 mins)

    Graham Burke celebrates

    Would you believe this?! Notts County just won't be denied by their Premier League opponents. They take the lead for a third time as former Villa striker Graham Burke curls a wonderful shot into the far corner of the net from 25 yards. What a goal! What a game!

  130. Celtic on the brink

    Malmo 2-0 Celtic (4-3 agg)


    Malmo's half-time substitute Felipe Carvalho heads goalwards and Celtic defender Dedryck Boyata bundles the ball into his own net. Malmo lead 4-3 on aggregate.

    The crowd go ripe bananas, the whole stadium is rocking.

    Celtic need two goals now. One is not enough to take this to extra time.

    Live text just over here.

  131. GOAL Wolves 2-0 Barnet

    Sheyi Ojo (58 mins)

    Sheyi Ojo collects Adam Le Fondre's pass and curls a left-footed effort into the corner of the goal. Barnet have it all to do now.

  132. GOAL - MK Dons 0-1 Cardiff

    Alex Revell (54 mins)

    Alex Revell has put Cardiff City ahead at MK Dons in the battle of the two Championship sides, volleying home nine minutes after the interval.

  133. GOAL - Peterborough 0-2 Charlton

    Karlan Ahearne-Grant (pen) (53 mins)

    Championship side Charlton look set to continue their impressive start to the season as they double their lead over Posh. Debutant Mikhail Kennedy, who opened the scoring early on, is fouled in the box and Karlan Ahearne-Grant steps up to send the goalkeeper the wrong way from the spot.

  134. Analysis

    Luton 0-0 Stoke

    David Pleat

    BBC Radio 5 live at Kenilworth Road

    Quote Message: Luton had a great chance on the break, which came from a Stoke corner, but they couldn't quite get it right. The pace hasn't slackened from the Luton point of view as they are playing with a lot of enthusiasm.
  135. GOAL Sheffield Wednesday 1-0 Oxford United

    Atdhe Nuhiu (55 mins)

    The hosts make the breakthrough ten minutes after the restart as Oxford fail to clear a cross and Atdhe Nuhiu is on hand to nod home from close range. Oxford are up against it, now. Can the League Two side turn it around?

  136. GOAL - Newcastle 3-1 Northampton

    Daryl Janmaat (56 mins)