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League Cup news from Thursday, September 21, 2017

- Jose Mourinho has suggested scrapping the EFL Cup could result in Premier League clubs enjoying greater success in Europe. Mourinho guided Manchester United to EFL Cup and Europa League glory last season, but English sides have struggled in the Champions League in recent years – only Chelsea (2013-14) and Manchester City (2015-16) have progressed as far as […]

- Disappointed Everton fans react to the EFL Cup draw against Chelsea: It was fun while it lasted - originally posted on Sportslens.comEverton have been drawn against Chelsea in the fourth round of the Carabao Cup.Premier League champions Chelsea thrashed Nottingham Forest 5-1 in the last round of the competition and they will be looking for another big win against the Toffees now.Meanwhile, Everton

- Full Time: Manchester United 4-1 Burton AlbionManchester United began their defence of the Carabao Cup in style, thrashing EFL Championship side Burton Albion 4-1, at the Old Trafford on Wednesday night.  Just four minutes into the game, United were up and running as Marcus Rashford finished with aplomb from close range to open the scoring. Twelve minutes later, the teenager doubled his and his te

- The draw for the fourth round of the League Cup was announced moments after Wednesday's slate of matches ended, and among a list of eight fixtures heavy on top-flight teams, Chelsea's visit from Everton stands out.There are three all-Premier League ties, with Manchester United travelling to south Wales for a date with Swansea, Tottenham hosting West Ham in a London derby, and the Blues-Toffees til

League Cup news from Wednesday, September 20, 2017

- London (AFP) – Marcus Rashford fired Manchester United into the League Cup fourth round as the holders crushed Burton 4-1, while Manchester City eased through with a 2-1 win at West Bromwich Albion on Wednesday.City and United, currently first and second in the Premier League, took contrasting routes to the last 16, where they were joined by Chelsea, Arsenal and Everton as the big guns advanced de

- Most top-flight managers used the midweek League Cup third-round ties as an opportunity to rest vital first-teamers, and cast an eye on some of the peripheral members in their squads. Did anybody do enough to earn more Premier League minutes? Here, theScore looks at six players who now have legitimate hopes for greater involvement:Jack Wilshere (Arsenal)Not since a May 15, 2016 clash with Aston Vi

- Tottenham will host West Ham in a Wembley London derby but the Premier League heavyweights were largely kept apart in the fourth-round draw of the EFL Cup.Holders Manchester United travel to Swansea City, having won 4-0 at the Liberty Stadium last month, while Arsenal and Manchester City will host Championship opposition in the form of Norwich City and Wolves respectively.Everton will have the cha

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