Every Carabao Cup Round Four match will be available to watch live on Sky Sports or online this week kicking-off with Tottenham Hotspur hosting Chelsea this evening at 7:45pm.
Eighteen-year-old Zach Robinson won't be forgetting his experiences of the EFL Trophy in a hurry.
Following the news that all Round Four fixtures will be available to watch on Sky Sports or online (UK only), we have compiled a list of handy links to access all of the upcoming games.
There was plenty for Simon Grayson to get his teeth into after matchday three across the EFL's three divisions!
After one of the best rounds of Carabao Cup football in recent memory, Round Four is just around the corner, and promises to deliver yet more entertainment!
Eight midweek fixtures and plenty to play for... more EFL Trophy Group Stage action is just around the corner!
The EFL action continued at the weekend across the Sky Bet Championship, League One and League Two and, as usual, produced plenty of drama!
The EFL notes today’s announcement made by Charlton Athletic in respect of a change control having taken place at the Club.
In accordance with Carabao Cup Rules, Tottenham Hotspur have been awarded with a bye to progress to Round Four of the Carabao Cup and will now play Chelsea on Tuesday 29 September.
To celebrate the 60th anniversary of the first-ever League Cup fixtures, we take a look at some of some of the standout stats, record attendances and successful teams and managers in the competition’s...
Since its inception in 1960/61, some 60 years ago, the League Cup has provided endless drama and countless magic moments.
Round Three of the Carabao Cup is always one of the biggest dates on the footballing calendar, and this year's instalment certainly delivered.
Following this week's Carabao Cup and EFL Trophy action, attention turns back to the upcoming league fixtures, with plenty coming up across the EFL's three divisions.
This weekend’s Sky Bet League Two fixture between Walsall and Leyton Orient has been suspended and will not take place on Saturday as scheduled.
Kevin Phillips was certainly impressed by what he saw during Wednesday night's Carabao Cup Round Three action!
The EFL Trust’s FIT FANS programme, which has helped over 1,000 fans to lose weight and live a healthier lifestyle, has won a prestigious national award.
Doncaster Rovers manager Darren Moore is hoping his side can build on the positives of last season, during what he expects to be a challenging campaign.
The EFL Trophy has a long history of giving young players a platform to showcase their talents, and last night was no different.