- Capital One Cup draw
Newcastle will travel to Tottenham in the Capital One Cup quarter-finals after beating holders Manchester City on Wednesday.
- Punjabi Wolves drum up support
From fans dancing to the beat of an Indian drum to chants like “let’s all do the bhangra”, there are few groups like the Punjabi Wolves Supporters (PWS).
- King agrees new Leicester deal
Leicester City midfielder Andy King has signed a new four-year contract with the club.
- Forest close on Ince deal
Sky Sports understands Nottingham Forest are close to signing Tom Ince on loan from Hull City.
- Assombalonga expecting boost
Britt Assombalonga expects Nottingham Forest to be boosted by a loan arrival, with a deal for Tom Ince reported to be close.
- Martin makes Coventry switch
Coventry have completed the signing of Yeovil defender Aaron Martin on loan until January.
- Coutts delighted with comeback
Derby midfielder Paul Coutts has spoken of his relief after returning from over a year on the sidelines to feature in the 5-2 Capital One Cup win at Fulham.
- Burton search for new boss
Burton Albion have received over 50 applications for their vacant manager’s position.
- Irvine vows to protect Berahino
Alan Irvine has defended his decision to rest rising star Saido Berahino in West Brom's shock 2-1 defeat at Bournemouth on Tuesday in the Capital One Cup.
- Irvine unhappy with display
West Brom manager Alan Irvine was disappointed with the attitude of some of his players as they were knocked out of the Capital One Cup at Bournemouth.
- McClaren hails 'devastating' Derby
Steve McClaren saluted his "devastating" Derby side after they came from two goals down to storm into the quarter-finals of the Capital One Cup by thrashing Fulham 5-2.
- Super Swindon go third
Swindon returned to winning ways against Chesterfield as a 3-0 victory at the Proact Stadium saw them climb up to third place in League One.
- Bournemouth upset West Brom
Battling Bournemouth defeated West Bromwich Albion 2-1 to reach the Capital One Cup quarter-finals for the first time.
- Derby hit back to beat Fulham
Derby scored five goals in 20 minutes to come from behind to hammer Fulham 5-2 in the Capital One Cup fourth round at Craven Cottage.
- Clarke has Wolves future
Leon Clarke has been assured that he has a future at Wolverhampton Wanderers, having shown his worth with a winning goal at Leeds United on Saturday.
- Rowett excited by challenge
New Birmingham City manager Gary Rowett says he is thrilled to be back at St Andrews even though he has returned to a struggling club.
- Cook wary of complacency
Manager Paul Cook will not be taking Chesterfield's FA Cup opponents lightly, whoever the Spireites end up facing.
- Pearce ponders winger's future
- Blackpool in talks with Clark
Lee Clark is in talks with Blackpool about becoming their new manager, according to Sky sources.
- Lambert: Too many mistakes
Aston Villa boss Paul Lambert has defensive concerns to add to his problems after the 2-0 defeat at QPR on Monday.
- Carra fears for shot-shy Villa
The Monday Night Football experts reckon Aston Villa will beat the drop, despite their shocking form in front of goal.
- Austin's double beats Villa
Queens Park Rangers moved off the foot of the Premier League with a 2-0 victory over Aston Villa at Loftus Road.
- FA Cup first round draw
FC Halifax Town could face Bradford in a tasty local derby in the first round of the FA Cup after the draw was completed at St George's Park on Monday evening.
- Rowett takes Birmingham role
- Howe hopes to make cup history
Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe hopes he and his players can write another chapter in the club's record books when West Brom visit Dean Court in the Capital One Cup.
- Chesterfield v Swindon preview
Team news ahead of Tuesday evening's League One clash between Chesterfield and Swindon Town at the Proact Stadium.
- Fulham v Derby preview
Hugo Rodallega could be missing for Fulham when they host Derby in the Capital One Cup.
- Birmingham to appoint Rowett
- Tweet My Goal - 26th October
The best action from the Football League as described by the players themselves.
- Irvine hails Berahino potential
West Brom head coach Alan Irvine says Saido Berahino can be a world beater and that he reminds him of England captain Wayne Rooney.
- Lambert: Give Benteke time
Aston Villa manager Paul Lambert says it will take time for key striker Christian Benteke to hit top form.
- Five Football League Moments - 26th October
Five moments from this weekend's Football League games.
- Pearson: We lacked quality
Leicester City boss Nigel Pearson felt that his side's quality let them down as they lost 2-0 to Swansea City at the Liberty Stadium.
- Robins feels mugged after loss
Mark Robins likened defeat to Notts County to being 'mugged' after Scunthorpe were beaten 1-0 at Glanford Park by a late penalty.
- Smith hails matchwinner Bradshaw
Dean Smith praised the finishing ability of top scorer Tom Bradshaw after he bagged the only goal in a 1-0 win over Chesterfield.
- Pressley pleased with win
Coventry's second-half fight-back in a 3-2 win over Peterborough was a step in the right direction according to Steven Pressley.
- Rowett dampens Birmingham link
- Berahino: Things looking up
Saido Berahino feels West Brom are heading in the right direction after they rallied for a 2-2 draw with Crystal Palace.
- Notts Co steal Scunthorpe win
Substitute Zeli Ismail snatched a 89th-minute winner from the penalty spot to give Notts County a 1-0 victory at Scunthorpe.
- Irvine reveals half-time fury
Alan Irvine said he was furious with his West Brom players following their first-half display against Crystal Palace.
- McClaren: We had an off day
Derby head coach Steve McClaren admitted his team got what they deserved when their 12-match unbeaten run was ended by Wigan.
- Ulloa 'up to the pressure'
Manager Nigel Pearson has backed in-form striker Leonardo Ulloa to handle the growing expectation at Leicester.
- Price forced back to Wolves
An unfortunate injury has forced Jack Price to cut short a loan deal at Leyton Orient and return to parent club Wolverhampton Wanderers.
- Injured Delph out until 2015
Fabian Delph has undergone successful shoulder surgery but is not expected to play for Aston Villa again this year.
- Pearce still plans Hunt move
Nottingham Forest manager Stuart Pearce says he will look to readdress the issue of Jack Hunt's future before January.
- Forest to discover FFP fate
Nottingham Forest will find out next month if they will face a transfer embargo as punishment from the Football League for failing to meet the new requirements for Financial Fair Play, writes Rob Dorsett.
- Two game Euro ban for King
Wales midfielder Andy King will serve a two-match competitive ban following his sending-off during his country's 2-1 victory over Cyprus earlier this month.
- Pearson: No time to mope
Nigel Pearson has called on his Leicester City players to forget about their recent results and return to the performance levels they set when beating Manchester United.
- Irvine happy out of the limelight
West Brom boss Alan Irvine admits he is happier in the shadows than centre stage as he reflects on a satisfactory start to his Hawthorns reign.
- Stevenage v Burton preview
Team news for Saturday's League Two clash between Stevenage and Burton Albion at Broadhall Way.
- Phillips: Foxes focused
Leicester lost a late kick-off at Newcastle but will be clinical on SNF at Swansea, says Kevin Phillips.
- Irvine expects Berahino bids
West Brom boss Alan Irvine is confident that in-form striker Saido Berahino will not be distracted by interest from bigger Premier League clubs.
- Pearson: No reason to panic
Nigel Pearson believes Leicester's recent dip is down to football's increasingly fine margins rather than a slump in form.
- Gobern joins Chesterfield
Chesterfield have signed Huddersfield midfielder Oscar Gobern on a month-long loan deal.
- Merson's predictions
Paul Merson reckons Chelsea, Everton, Swansea and QPR will win live on Sky Sports this weekend - but he suspects under-performing Arsenal will slip up against a Sunderland side that lost 8-0 last weekend...
- Rowett keen on Birmingham talks
- Crosby wants Birmingham job
Birmingham caretaker boss Malcolm Crosby has revealed he wants to take the job full time.
- Rowett, Phelan on City list
- Dawkins edges closer to return
Derby forward Simon Dawkins has made a return from injury with a run out for the development squad.
- Butler poised for another loan
Sheffield United are planning to send Andy Butler back out on loan after seeing an agreement with Walsall collapse.
- American option for O'Hara
Sky Sports understands former Wolves midfielder Jamie O'Hara could be in line for a move to America with Chicago Fire.
- Forest looking for impact loan
Nottingham Forest are looking for an 'impact' player on loan, but are still refusing to comment on Jack Grealish links.
- Taft suffers injury blow
Burton have been dealt an injury bow with the news that defender George Taft has a torn hamstring.
- County response pleases Derry
Shaun Derry was overjoyed with Notts County's second-half display at Barnsley after they came back from behind to win 3-2.
- Boss pleased by Crawley spirit
John Gregory praised his side's resilience after a late goal from substitute Conor Henderson earned Crawley a 1-0 win over Walsall.
- Burton attitude pleases Rowett
Burton boss Gary Rowett praised the "amazing character" that saw his side home in a 4-3 thriller against Carlisle.
- McClaren marvels at Derby depth
Derby manager Steve McClaren insists his side's 1-0 win away to Sky Bet Championship strugglers Blackpool stands as further evidence he possesses an even stronger squad than last year.
- Jokanovic disappointed by draw
A frustrated Slavisa Jokanovic felt his Watford side played with their hearts rather than their heads after letting the lead slip twice in a 2-2 draw with Nottingham Forest.
- Jackett hails Wolves strikers
Head coach Kenny Jackett has warned Wolves' promotion rivals that his strike duo will be hard to stop if his side click.
- Chesterfield undone by Sears
Freddie Sears scored the winner as Colchester beat Chesterfield 2-1 to claim back-to-back home wins for the first time in two years.
- Burton edge seven-goal thriller
A first half goal blitz sank Carlisle and enabled Burton to hold on for victory as an entertaining game at Brunton Park finished 4-3.
- Henderson leaves it late
Substitute Conor Henderson struck a dramatic late winner as Crawley earned a fortuitous 1-0 win over Walsall.
- Petrasso brace downs Barnsley
Michael Petrasso struck a second-half brace as Notts County fought back from two goals down to win 3-2 at Barnsley.
- Oldham add to Coventry's woes
Coventry's slide continued as they went down to a 4-1 defeat at in-form Oldham.
- Derby go top of Championship
A late Chris Martin penalty was enough for Derby who battled to a 1-0 win over Blackpool and to the top of the Sky Bet Championship .
- Where should Fellaini play?
Watch Marouane Fellaini's goal for Manchester United at West Brom, with MNF analysis from Jamie Carragher and Gary Neville.
- Irvine disappointed to draw
Alan Irvine was upset not to claim the win after seeing his West Bromwich Albion side twice pegged back by Manchester United at The Hawthorns.
- West Brom duo stay positive
Craig Dawson remained upbeat after Daley Blind’s late leveller forced West Brom to settle for a 2-2 draw with Manchester United.
- Blind strike rescues United
Daley Blind struck a late leveller as Manchester United's stuttering Premier League form continued with a 2-2 draw against West Bromwich Albion at The Hawthorns.
- Colchester v Chesterfld preview
Team news for Tuesday's League One clash between Colchester United and Chesterfield at Weston Homes Community Stadium.
- Walsall able to grab Cain
- Barnsley v Notts County preview
Team news for Tuesday's League One clash between Barnsley and Notts County at Oakwell.
- Wolves v Middlesbrough preview
Wolves boss Kenny Jackett could make changes for the visit of Middlesbrough in the Championship on Tuesday night.
- Blackburn v Birmingham preview
Blackburn are keeping their fingers crossed that captain Grant Hanley can replace Matt Kilgallon at the heart of their defence against managerless Birmingham.