Liverpool FC 1-1 Carlisle Capital One Cup LIVE football score Brendan Rodgers in desperate need of a win as pressure mounts

Liverpool 1-1 Carlisle Capital One Cup LIVE football score: Brendan Rodgers in desperate need of a win as pressure mounts Tottenham Hotspur lose to Arsenal in one of eight Capital One Cup tiesManchester United lead Ipswich while Liverpool are level with CarlisleChelsea dominate against League One side WalsallDraw for fourth round follows the night's actionCapital One Cup third round action kicks off from 7.45pm 


Dan Ripley

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Auto-update 21:56 Liverpool 1-1 Carlisle United

Carlisle, the lowest ranked team left in the competition, restart play at Anfield for 30 minutes of extra time.

While that goes on, the draw for the fourth round will be with you shortly. I'll have both covered for you right here.

No, I don't know why they can't wait until after the Liverpool game either...

21:53 Arsenal fans appear to be getting carried away at Tottenham...

...but derby win or not, there is no need to start vandalising a ground. I despair.

#thfc Arsenal fans have been asked to stay in their seats and are ripping down signs.

— Ben Pearce (@BenPearceSpurs) September 23, 2015 21:51 END OF 90 MINS: Liverpool 1-1 Carlisle United 21:51 FULL-TIME: Manchester United 3-0 Ipswich Town 21:48 GOAL! MANCHESTER UNITED 3-0 Ipswich Town

Liverpool may be having problems against a lower league team, but Manchester United are cruising into the fourth round in style.

Anthony Martial just cannot resist sticking away a goal right now, bursting into the box before slotting home across goal for his fourth strike in as many matches.

21:44 From Sportsmail's Ian Ladyman at St James' Park

Newcastle stunningly bad tonight. One shot on target. McClaren sends players to applaud the Gallowgate. It is not reciprocated. #nufc

— Ian Ladyman (@Ian_Ladyman_DM) September 23, 2015 21:42 Liverpool 1-1 Carlisle

There are still two games left with the 8pm kick-offs, folks. Manchester United are heading for round four, but Liverpool are still being held by Carlisle!

Divock Origi of Liverpool shields the ball from Bastien Hery of Carlisle United 21:41 From OptaJoe

3 - Sheffield Wednesday have beaten a Premier League opponent 1-0 in the League Cup in three of the last four seasons. Upset.

— OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) September 23, 2015 21:40 FULL-TIME: Newcastle United 0-1 Sheffield Wednesday 21:39 FULL-TIME: Crystal Palace 4-1 Charlton Athletic 21:38 FULL-TIME: MK Dons 0-6 Southampton 21:37 FULL-TIME: Walsall 1-4 Chelsea 21:37 FULL-TIME: Norwich 3-0 West Brom 21:37 FULL-TIME: Tottenham 1-2 Arsenal 21:35 GOAL! Walsall 1-4 CHELSEA

Pedro gets in on the act at the Bank's Stadium, with his low drive into the bottom corner from 20 yards whistling into the back of the net. Etheridge could have perhaps done a little better with that.

21:30 GOAL! NORWICH CITY 3-0 West Brom

Norwich hit West Brom on the counter and after a cross is played low into the box, either Kyle Lafferty or Baggies defender Sebastian Pocognoli turn the ball home - I think it's the later getting the final touch for an own goal.

21:29 GOAL! CRYSTAL PALACE 4-1 Charlton Athletic

With so many goals flying in this evening I had been surprised at the lack of hat-tricks. We finally have one though as Dwight Gayle nods the Eagles into a three-goal lead over Charlton.

21:29 From OptaJoe

6 - MK Dons have conceded six times for the first time ever in a competitive game. Moving.

— OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) September 23, 2015 21:27 GOAL! NORWICH CITY 2-0 West Brom

The job should be done for Norwich. Jonny Howson plays a brilliant through ball for Kyle Lafferty who slides a tidy finish across goal and into the bottom corner.

21:22 GOAL! Newcastle United 0-1 SHEFFIELD WEDNESDAY

A penny for Steve McLaren's though. Sheffield Wednesday have taken the lead at Newcastle with Lewis McGugan on target for the Owls.

Sheffield Wednesday's Lewis McGugan celebrates scoring their first goal at Newcastle United 21:20 GOAL! MK Dons 0-6 SOUTHAMPTON

Meanwhile the goals still rain down in Milton Keynes - all for Southampton though as Shane Long grabs his brace for the evening.

21:20 GOAL! Tottenham 1-2 ARSENAL

Who had Mathieu Flamini to score two goals tonight? Better yet, who had the midfielder to score a stunning volley from 20 yards?

It's happened and The Gunners look like they will take NLD bragging rights.

Mathieu Flamini restored Arsenal's lead with a neat volley from 20 yards 21:17 GOAL! CRYSTAL PALACE 3-1 Charlton Athletic

Alou Diarra sees red for a foul inside the box, and with his second penalty of the evening, Dwight Gayle restores Crystal Palace's 2-0 lead.

21:17 PENALTY (Crystal Palace) 21:17 RED CARD: Alou Diarra (Charlton Athletic) 21:16 GOAL! MANCHESTER UNITED 2-0 Ipswich Town

Andreas Pereira curls home a stunning free-kick for the hosts who are heading for the fourth round.

Manchester United's Andreas Pereira scores their second goal from a free-kick 21:12 GOAL! Mk Dons 0-5 SOUTHAMPTON

As if Southampton need any luck! A cross into the box is met by an MK Dons defender, but his attempted clearance bounces off Shane Long and into the back of the net. 

21:10 Tottenahm 1-1 Arsenal

What a save...from Kieran Gibbs! A Tottenham corner falls for Harry Kane at the back post, whose mighty impressive scissors kick across goal is nodded off the line by the Arsenal defender.

21:09 GOAL! Crystal Palace 2-1 CHARLTON ATHLETIC

Game on again at Selhurst Park. Naby Sarr halving the deficit for Charlton at Crystal Palace.

21:05 GOAL! NORWICH CITY 1-0 West Brom

With all the action rolling in I had nearly forgot about this game. Hardly anything has happened at Carrow Road but Matt Jarvis has sparked it to life, playing a one-two before firing high into the net from 20 yards. Decent strike.

Matt Jarvis of Norwich celebrates scoring the opening goal against West Brom 21:03 GOAL! CRYSTAL PALACE 2-0 Charlton Athletic

Just short of the hour and this derby (yes, it is a derby) is just about done as Dwight Gayle converts from the penalty spot.

Crystal Palace's Dwight Gayle celebrates scoring against Charlton from the penalty spot 21:03 Walsall 1-3 Chelsea

The water works are on at the Bank's Stadium. A sprinkler has come to life near a corner flag as play stops briefly. I'm sure that won't dampen the mood among the Chelsea players (sorry.)

The crowd however do get a soaking following a good natured but ultimately failed attempt from the steward to stop the sprinkler with his foot.

21:01 PENALTY (Crystal Palace) 20:58 GOAL! TOTTENHAM 1-1 Arsenal

Spurs are deservedly level in the north London derby. Moments after Harry Kane has a goal ruled out for offside, Nacer Chadli plays in a low cross and Arsenal defender Calum Chambers ends up tapping the cross into his own goal.

Calum Chambers (21) scores an own goal to hand Tottenham an equaliser against Arsenal Nacer Chadli (right) leads the Tottenham celebrations as the hosts equalise against Arsenal 20:56 GOAL! Walsall 1-3 CHELSEA

Chelsea fans can rest easy again, as Kenedy marks a first start with a first goal as he collects a pass inside the box before drilling low into the bottom corner at the near post.

Kenedy restores Chelsea's two-goal lead over Walsall at the Bank's Stadium 20:56 From Sportsmail's Jack Gaughan at Selhurst Park

'A goal - finally. Mesmeric work by Zaha down the right, cuts back for Campbell and, eventually, he pokes past Nick Pope. Glad All Over indeed.'

20:55 From Sportsmail's Adam Shergold at Stadium:mk

'Four to the Saints and it’s Jay Rodriguez again, this time from the penalty spot. Kyle McFadzean fouled Shane Long in the box and Rodriguez, who is brimming with confidence, drilled home the spot kick. Are you watching, Roy?'

20:54 GOAL! CRYSTAL PALACE 1-0 Charlton Athletic

Finally, Crystal Palace make their pressure tell as Fraizer Campbell turns nearly 36- degrees inside the box before finishing with style into the bottom corner.


Get ready for the fourth round draw later on, Southampton fans. Because your team is already there.

Shane Long is brought down inside the box following a cross, with Jay Rodriguez converting from the resulting penalty.

20:51 PENALTY (Southampton) 20:51 Away we go again in the SECOND HALVES of the 7.45pm games

Worth keeping an eye on events at St James' Park. Newcastle were booed off at half-time against Sheffield Wednesday. Pressure already mounting on Steve McClaren?

20:48 HALF-TIME: Manchester United 1-0 Ipswich and Liverpool 1-1 Carlisle Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers looks on at Anfield 20:47 Harry Kane (Tottenham) vs Olivier Giroud (Arsenal)

Both strikers are under pressure for different reasons at their respective clubs, and both are not really delivering so far.

Olivier Giroud is perhaps shading the head-to-heads, as he has looked a threat, while Kane has wasted his opportunities, dragging wide across goal following a counter attack before half-time.

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20:41 From OptaJoe

2 - Carlisle have not knocked out a top-flight side from the League Cup since 1970/71 when they eliminated Manchester City. Potential.

— OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) September 23, 2015 20:40 From Sportsmail's Adam Shergold at Stadium:mk

'The half-time whistle blows and not before time for the Dons players, who have been completely outplayed here.

'There will certainly be no repeat of those heroics against Manchester United in this competition a year ago with Southampton in complete control.

'Jay Rodriguez set the ball rolling early on with his first goal in a domestic fixture since March 2014 and Sadio Mane showed the full extent of his class and composure in adding two more.'

20:39 From Sportsmail's Joe Bernstein at Old Trafford

'19-year-old Andreas Pereira is impressing on his first United start. The Belgian-born Brazilian is the only academy graduate in Louis van Gaal's tonight and he is eager to impress with a couple of good shots and boundless energy on the left-side of midfield.'

Andreas Pereira (left) of Manchester United takes on Josh Emmanuel of Ipswich Town 20:39 Here are the HALF-TIME scores in the Capital One Cup

Of course Manchester United and Liverpool kicked off at 8pm - so those two games are a latest score.

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20:35 GOAL! Liverpool 1-1 CARLISLE UNITED

It's totally against the run of play but Carlisle have the equaliser! It's been constant Liverpool attacks, but Derek Asamoah helps finish a counter, converting from close range.

20:31 GOAL! WALSALL 1-2 Chelsea

They couldn't, could they? Walsall are back in it at the Bank's Stadium as Asmir Begovic parries away Milan Lalkovic's free-kick unconvincingly before James O'Conner rolls home seconds before the break.

20:28 GOAL! Walsall 0-2 CHELSEA

Make that 2-0. Lovely finish from Loic Remy who darts unmarked inside the box before firing in a high finish past the keeper.

Loic Remy of Chelsea scores a goal to double the Blues lead over Walsall 20:27 From Sportsmail's Matt Barlow at the Bank's Stadium

'Walsall fans singing: 'You’re getting sacked in the morning' to two Chelsea’s phyios as they return to the bench after treating Ivanovic. Neither of them are John Fearn. Or Eva Carneiro. Chelsea lead 1-0 and are in control.'

20:27 From Sportsmail's Dominic King at Anfield

'It was the visiting fans who were doing the singing here. Liverpool started well enough – Roberto Firmino has shown some encouraging touches.'

'Carlisle have been encouraged to be adventurous in their play.'

20:24 GOAL! LIVERPOOL 1-0 Carlisle United

Danny Ings scored at the weekend against Norwich and he wastes little time in getting back on the score sheet, thundering home a header from an Adam Lallana cross.

Liverpool's Danny Ings scores his second goal inside a week to give the Reds the lead against Carlisle 20:23 GOAL! MANCHESTER UNITED 1-0 Ipswich Town

Easy as you like for Wayne Rooney who collects a long pass forward, showing excellent strength to shrug off his marker before slotting low past the keeper.

Wayne Rooney slides home Manchester United's opening goal against Ipswich Town 20:21 From Sportsmail's Craig Hope at St James' Park

''That's why you're going down' sing Wednesday's fans as Chancel Mbemba takes aim from 30 yards and fires wide. In fact, it went out for a throw-in.'

20:20 From Sportsmail's Jack Gaughan at Selhurst Park

'Damien Delaney has been taken off as a precaution here after struggling on halfway. Walked off without much problem; no point in risking him any further. Hangeland on in his place.'

20:20 From Sportsmail's Joe Bernstein at Old Trafford

'Is this the shortest-named midfield in Capital One Cup history? Ipswich's quartet of Coke, Oar, Bru and Tabb have just 14 letters combined. Yes, there isn't much action going on at Old Trafford. Fellaini doesn't look much of a left-winger.'

Manchester United's David De Gea saves at the feet of Ipswich's Jonathan Parr 20:19 Tottenham 0-0 Arsenal

It's been a good response from Spurs. Danny Rose cutting inside before firing wide.

Moments later Rose again takes a high ball past Mathieu Debuchy, but from close range David Ospina is out to fumble the Tottenham full-back who has been the hosts' liveliest player so far.

20:16 From Sportsmail's Joe Bernstein at Old Trafford

'The Ipswich centre-halves marking Rooney – Pitor Malarczyk and Josh Yorwerth – boast just four first-team games in English football between them.

'Forget Bradford City's run to the final, if Ipswich get anything from Old Trafford tonight, it will be the biggest upset in League Cup history.'

20:15 From Sportsmail's Jack Gaughan at Selhurst Park

'Ball goes into the away end. Away end keeps it. Come on lads, don't want any hairy moments with trains later...'

20:15 From Sportsmail's Adam Shergold at Stadium:mk

'Three ’n’ so, so easy for the Saints. Matt Targett rolled to ball to Steven Davis, whose long ball beat the offside trap and found Shane Long’s run in behind. He squares to Sadio Mane, who turns Kay, and fires home.'

20:11 GOAL! Tottenham 0-1 ARSENAL

A so far drab derby sparks to life! Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain's 20-yard strike is poorly parried by Michel Vorm and first to the rebound is Mathieu Flamini to tap home.

Arsenal's Mathieu Flamini opens the scoring at White Hart Lane against Tottenham Flamini celebrates his rare strike in the north London derby 20:11 GOAL! MK Dons 0-3 SOUTHAMPTON

Southampton are tonight's Manchester City then in the Capital One Cup. Good play from Shane Long tees up Sadio Mane who grabs his second goal of the night.

20:11 Crystal Palace 0-0 Charlton Athletic

Crystal Palace have been all over Charlton but although Nick Pope hasn't had a save to make in the Addicks goal, the Eagles go close as Dwight Gayle lashes just wide from 25 yards.

20:08 From Sportsmail's Craig Hope at St James' Park

'Florian Thauvin will do well to see half-time here. The £13m winger has lost the ball every time he's touched it and Steve McClaren is pulling out what hair he has.

'The Toon boss has just spun to the dugout and yelled 'f****** Thauvin' after his latest episode of wastefulness.'

20:06 Liverpool 0-0 Carlisle United

Liverpool have come flying out the blocks at Anfield. After just five minutes Carlisle are very fortunate to still be level as Adam Lallana and Roberto Firminho fire just wide of the post early on.

20:03 From Sportsmail's Joe Bernstein at Old Trafford

'Early point of interest at Old Trafford, Wayne Rooney rather than Marouane Fellaini is playing as Manchester United's furthest man forward, back in the No 9 role.'

Wayne Rooney (right) of Manchester United vies for the ball with Piotr Malarczyk of Ipswich Town 20:01 From Sportsmail's Jack Gaughan at Selhurst Park

'Palace could conceivably by three up already. Wilfried Zaha has squandered two very presentable opportunities and Alou Diarra - remember him? - somehow got in the way of a Fraizer Campbell effort which was destined to unhook Nick Pope's netting.

'Still goalless but the hosts looking lively.'

20:00 From Sportsmail's Adam Shergold at Stadium:mk

'It’s 2-0 to the Saints and their 3,000 or so travelling fans perched on the upper tier to my left are in full voice.

'Awful clearance from Antony Kay, straight to Mane, who burst into the box, jinxed past the defender and dinked the ball over David Martin.'

19:59 Tottenham 0-0 Arsenal

Now we have a chance at the Lane! Kieran Gibbs gets in behind the Spurs defence but although his near post cross is flicked on by Olivier Giroud, Joel Campbell can only head over from inside the box.

19:56 GOAL! Walsall 0-1 CHELSEA

Speaking of deserved leads that takes us to Walsall where Chelsea edge in front. On his first Blues start, Kenedy lofts a high ball to the back post and there to nod in unopposed is Ramires.

Ramires heads home Chelsea's opening goal against Walsall following a Kenedy cross 19:56 GOAL! MK Dons 0-2 SOUTHAMPTON

Southampton are flying and soon double their lead as Sadio Mane chips a neat finish over the keeper from close range.

19:56 Tottenham 0-0 Arsenal

Ten minutes gone in north London and not too much action so far. Arsenal have had a free-kick cleared...and that's pretty much your lot so far. More to come I'm sure...

Arsenal's Kieran Gibbs clears in front of Tottenham's Harry Kane 19:53 From Sportsmail's Adam Shergold at Stadium:mk

'An early breakthrough for the Saints and international class on display from Jay Rodriguez.

'There didn’t appear to be much on when he collected the ball some 40 yards from goal, but he accelerated past two men, cut inside another and bent the ball into the far corner. Lovely solo goal.'

19:52 From Sportsmail's Jack Gaughan at Selhurst Park

'First rendition of 'Pardew, you're a c***' from the away supporters. The Palace boss and Charlton do not get on.'


And thegoals are underway! This is a gift for Southampton though. Jay Rodriguez almost effortlessly is allowed to cut inside before finishing neatly.

19:50 From Sportsmail's Craig Hope at St James' Park

Not just big things NUFC get wrong. Mascot runs on by himself, left to kick ball in goal by himself & then told to run to halfway by himself

— Craig Hope (@CraigHope_DM) September 23, 2015 19:49 Walsall 0-0 Chelsea

Good start from Chelsea at Walsall. Even Radamel Falcao looks like a threat early on, latching on to a Jon Obi Mikel pass before a poor touch allows Walsall keeper Neil Etheridge to block his route to goal.

Neil Etheridge of Walsall saves from Radame Falcao of Chelsea at the Bank's Stadium 19:45 KICK-OFF: Away we go in the Capital One Cup

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19:44 Out come the players at White Hart Lane and across the country

There are still a few empty blue seats to be spotted on derby night at White Hart Lane as the teams make their way out across the country.

Six games kick-off at 7.45pm, with Manchester United and Liverpool's respective cup ties getting going at 8pm

The teams emerge from the tunnel at Carrow Road #NORWBA

— West Bromwich Albion (@WBAFCofficial) September 23, 2015 19:39 From Sportsmail's Craig Hope at St James' Park

'It was 16 years and four days ago that Newcastle beat Sheffield Wednesday 8-0 here at St James' in Sir Bobby Robson's first home match in charge.

'Alan Shearer scored five that day - I wouldn't be putting too much money on the current vintage repeating that scoreline tonight.'

Fabricio Coloccini of Newcastle United (right) shares a joke with team mate Yoan Gouffran 19:38 From Sportsmail's Jack Gaughan at Selhurst Park

'Vaccines and Foals making up the pre-match music here, which is nice. Would-be Indie frontman Patrick Bamford only makes the bench for Palace though.'

19:38 From Sportsmail's Adam Shergold at Stadium:mk

'Good Evening from Stadium MK, where Southampton are in town to take on the Dons in the third round of the Capital One Cup. Both managers have made five changes from the weekend as they shuffle their packs.

'Cedric Soares, Steven Davis, Juanmi (making his first start for the club), Jay Rodriguez and Shane Long come in from the side beaten 3-2 by Manchester United on Sunday afternoon.

'For the Dons, who were beaten 2-1 by Leeds United on Saturday, Karl Robinson brings in Lee Hodson, Cristian Benavente, Sergio Aguza, Daniel Powell and Simon Church. Their new signing, Nicky Maynard, starts on the bench, as does a product of Southampton’s academy in Ben Reeves.'

19:36 It's a first Chelsea start for Kenedy - here is the Blues forward warming up

Here's Kenedy warming up for tonight's game... #CFC

— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) September 23, 2015 19:32 Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger states recent results haven't altered team selction

'We have so many games,' Wenger told Sky Sports. 'We rotate a little bit but the decisions are all the same. All the players have same strength and quality.

'They play a lot in training together so they are used to playing together for a few years now. They know how to play with each other.'

19:31 The Spurs players are warming up inside a slowly filling White Hart Lane

I'm slightly surprised about the lack of supporters inside the ground at the moment. White Hart Lane is a sell-out as the teams begin to warm up.

Weakened teams or not, this match is never going to have a spare seat inside the house.

Spurs players warm up prior to the Capital One Cup third round match at White Hart Lane Arsenal shirts hang inside the White Hart Lane away dressing room 19:25 From OptaJoe

4 - Liverpool have only failed to score in four of their 106 home League Cup games, last failing in 1995 against Newcastle. Authority.

— OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) September 23, 2015 19:22 Full line-ups from Carrow Road

Norwich: Rudd, Wisdom, R Bennett, Bassong, Olsson, E Bennett, Dorrans, O'Neil, Jarvis, Grabban, Mbokani.
Subs: Kean, Whittaker, Howson, Hoolahan, Toffolo, Lafferty, Redmond.

West Brom: Lindegaard, Chester, Dawson, Olsson (C), Pocognoli, Gamboa, Anichebe, Gardner, Sessegnon, Lambert, Gnabry
Rose, McClean, McManaman, Ward, Edwards, Leko, Donnellan.

19:20 Full line-ups from Selhurst Park

Crystal Palace: Hennessey, Kelly, Mariappa, Delaney, Souare, Zaha, McArthur, Ledley, Lee; Gayle, Campbell.
Subs: Speroni, Hangeland, Cabaye, Bolasie, Sako, Puncheon, Bamford.

Charlton Athletic: Pope, Solly, Diarra, Sarr, Fox, Kennedy, Cousins, Ba, Bergdich, McAleny, Ahearne-Grant.
Subs: Mitov, Bauer, Lennon, Kashi, Holmes-Dennis, Gudmundsson, Watt.

19:17 Full line-ups from Anfield

Liverpool: Bogdan, Clyne, Skrtel, Lovren, Moreno, Can, Milner, Allen, Lallana, Firmino, Ings.
Subs: Fulton, Coutinho, Gomez, Origi, Brannagan, Ibe, Rossiter.

Carlsile: Gillespie, Miller, Raynes, Grainger, McQueen, Kennedy, Dicker, Joyce, Sweeney, Hery, Asamoah
Subs: Hanford, Atkinson, Ibehre, Gilliead, Balanta, Archibald-Henville, Gillesphey.

Carlisle United players walk around the pitch after arriving at Anfield 19:15 Full line-ups from Old Trafford

Man Utd: De Gea, Valencia, Smalling, Blind, Young, Schweinsteiger, Herrera, Mata, Fellaini, Pereira, Rooney.
Subs: Romero, Darmian, Jones, Carrick, Schneiderlin, Memphis, Martial.

Ipswich: Bialkowski, Emmanuel, Yorwerth, Malarczyk, Parr, Coke, Bru, Tabb, Oar, Murphy, McGoldrick
Subs: Crowe, Kenlock, Chambers, Maitland-Niles, Toure, Pitman, Sears

Wayne Rooney of Manchester United arrives ahead of the Capital One Cup third round match between United and Ipswich Town 19:13 There's a famous face down at White Hart Lane...'s none other than ice hockey legend Wayne Gretzky. It doesn't look like Spurs know who he is though with the club somehow spelling his name wrong after giving him a shirt.

Side to side and sprint. Warm-up well under way. 7.45pm kick-off. #COYS

— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) September 23, 2015 Former Spurs captain Ledley King (right) presents ice hockey legend Wayne Gretzky with a Spurs shirt...with his name incorrectly spelled 19:09 The full line-ups from St James' Park

Newcastle: Krul, Janmaat, Williamson, Lascelles, Mbemba, Anita, Wijnaldum, Thauvin, Sissoko, Obertan, De Jong.
Subs: Elliot, Mbabu, Coloccini, Barlaser, Gouffran, Perez, Toney.

Sheffield Wednesday: Wildsmith, palmer, Loovens, Semedo, Matias, McGuigan, Lees, Wiggins, helan, Joao, Sougou.
Subs: Turner, Nuhiu, Bus, Lopez, Price, Pudil, Bannan.

19:04 Liverpool starting XI

Bogdan, Clyne, Skrtel, Lovren, Moreno, Can, Milner, Allen, Lallana, Firmino, Ings.

19:03 Manchester United starting XI

De Gea, Valencia, Smalling, Blind, Young, Schweinsteiger, Herrera, Mata, Fellaini, Pereira, Rooney.

19:01 Here is the Gunners squad arriving at White Hart Lane

The @Arsenal squad have arrived at White Hart Lane for #THFCvAFC

— Arsenal FC (@Arsenal) September 23, 2015 18:59 Full line-ups from the Bank's Stadium

Walsall: Etheridge, Demetriou, O'Conner, Downing, Chambers, Mantom, Sawyers, Henry, Lalkovic, Morris, Cook.
Subs: Taylor, Baxendale, Forde, MacGillivray, Preston, Flanagan, Kinsella.

Chelsea: Begovic, Ivanovic, Cahill, Terry, Baba Rahman, Ramires, Mikel, Remy, Loftus-Cheek, Kenedy, Falcao.
Subs: Blackman, Djilobodji, Aina, Matic, Traore, Hazard, Pedro.

A snapshot of tonight's team sheet - @WFCOfficial include former Blue Milan Lalkovic. #CFC

— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) September 23, 2015 18:55 From Sportsmail's Jack Gaughan at Selhurst Park

'Now is this a derby or not? I canvassed Twitter opinion before and that informed me not really. But the programme notes of Steve Parish play a different tune: he's talking this one up big time.'

I have to admit I side with Steve Parish on this, so Jack's Twitter research has surprised me there. Needless to say I'm a neutral looking in on the action at Selhurst Park this evening.

18:53 Full line-ups from Stadium:mk

Milton Keynes Dons: Martin, Hodson, McFadzean, Kay, Lewington, Aguza, Poyet, Benavente, Baker, Powell, Church.
Subs: K. Davis, Yoshida, Tadic, Wanyama, Ward-Prowse, Bertrand, Ramirez.

Southampton: Stekelenburg, Cedric, Fonte, Van Dijk, Targett, Romeu, S. Davis, Juanmi, Rodriguez, Mane, Long.
Subs: Burns, Spence, Reeves, Rasulo, Murphy, Hall, Maynard

18:50 Full line-ups from White Hart Lane

Tottenham: Vorm, Trippier, Fazio, Wimmer, Rose, Carroll, Dier, Chadli, Eriksen, Townsend, Kane.
Subs: Lloris, Walker, Vertonghen, Winks, Alli, Clinton, Son

Arsenal: Ospina, Debuchy, Mertesacker, Chambers, Gibbs, Arteta, Flamini, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Ramsey, Campbell, Giroud.
Subs: Macey, Bellerin, Monreal, Ozil, Iwobi, Alexis Sanchez, Walcott

Son Heung-Min of Tottenham Hotspur is filmed as he arrives at White Hart Lane The League Cup trophy sits on display prior to the White Hart Lane clash between Tottenham and Arsenal 18:46 Here are the Liverpool team arriving for their clash with Carlisle United

VIDEO: The #LFC squad have arrived at Anfield ahead of tonight's Capital One Cup clash with @officialcufc

— Liverpool FC (@LFC) September 23, 2015 18:39 Tottenham starting XI

Vorm, Trippier, Fazio, Wimmer, Rose, Carroll, Dier, Chadli, Eriksen, Townsend, Kane.

#THFC team: Vorm, Trippier, Fazio, Wimmer, Rose; Carroll, Dier; Chadli, Eriksen, Townsend; Kane #COYS

— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) September 23, 2015 18:37 Arsenal starting XI

Ospina, Debuchy, Mertesacker, Chambers, Gibbs, Arteta, Flamini, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Ramsey, Campbell, Giroud.

18:36 Here are this evening's Capital One Cup fixtures

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18:33 It's the night where the Capital One Cup has EVERYTHING on offer...

Derbies (including the north London one!), potential upsets, Premier League big guns in action - the Capital One Cup really has it all on offer this evening.

And that's just for starters, with eight games kicking off from 7.45pm we will also find out the line-up for the fourth round following last night's action as the draw will take place after this evening's fixtures.

Strap in for an entertaining evening, with team news will following soon.. 

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The clash between the bitter rivals at White Hart Lane is one of eight ties to conclude the third round drama, with the draw for the fourth round following later on in the evening.

Also in action are Manchester United and Liverpool who host Ipswich Town and Carlisle United respectively trying to avoid an upset, while Chelsea will also look to see off lower league opposition when they travel to Walsall.

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