Matchday 14 saw Newcastle United extend their lead in the division, while Cardiff's resurgence under Neil Warnock continued.
Scunthorpe United maintained their lead at the summit on Matchday 15, and AFC Wimbledon climbed into the top six.
Plymouth Argyle maintained their lead on Matchday 14, while Carlisle United continued their unbeaten start to 2016/17.
It was a record-breaking EFL Cup Round Four, with an all-time high attendance level and some thriling on-field action.
With a new format for Season 2016/17, 64 teams will be aiming to follow in Barnsley’s footsteps from 2015 and be victorious at Wembley in April.
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