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Round Up: Thrilling Night In The Capital One Cup

23 games on Tuesday night and plenty of goals in the 2nd round of the Capital One Cup. Stephen Loftus reviews each of the cup ties. There may not have been any of the bigger Premier League clubs playing Tuesday night but there was no lack of action with a nine goal thriller at the Stadium of Light and seven …

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Capital One Cup Draw: Two Derbies And Potential Giant Killers

Capital One Cup draw

There were some cracking games in the second round tonight, and the Capital One Cup draw for the third round looks fantastic. Stoke scraped past Luton Town 8-7 on penalties after drawing 1-1 in the match after Cameron McGeehan’s late equaliser, Sunderland won an entertaining match against another League Two side in Exeter City 6-3, whilst Carlisle shocked Championship side Queens …

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Liverpool & Chelsea Showcased Cup Football At Its Best

The Premier League returns this weekend and there is certainly a sense of anti-climax. After witnessing a dramatic week of cup football there is a renewed sense that domestic cup competitions are alive and well in England. From the shock results that occured at Stamford Bridge and the Etihad Stadium last weekend in the FA Cup to the brilliance of the two Capital One Cup semi-final legs …

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4 Players Chelsea Should Be Weary Of Against Derby County

21 League positions separate Derby County and Chelsea when they face each other in the Capital One Cup tonight. But Derby Pack a punch and Chelsea should be weary.    1. Will Hughes – Midfielder Anyone familiar with Football Manager will know of Will Hughes. Destined for greatness, the guys at Sports Interactive have dubbed Hughes a wonderkid. At only …

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MK Dons vs Manchester United – Capital One Cup Preview

MK Dons welcome Manchester United to Stadium mk for their Capital One Cup second round clash tonight as the Premier League heavyweights look to get their first victory of the season. _____ Manchester United The Red Devils come into this game on the back of a less than impressive beginning to Louis Van Gaal’s reign in the Old Trafford dugout. …

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