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EFL Cup 2020/21 - First Round - 29 Aug - 6th Sept

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all kick-offs 3pm unless stated

Saturday 29th August, 2020
North Section
Blackburn vs Doncaster
Preston vs Mansfield
Stoke vs Blackpool

South Section
Stevenage vs Portsmouth

Friday 4th September, 2020
North Section
Burton vs Accrington Stanley, 19.30
Middlesbrough vs Shrewsbury, 17.30

Saturday 5th September, 2020
North Section
Barnsley vs Nottingham Forest
Bolton vs Bradford
Crewe vs Lincoln
Derby vs Barrow, 12.00
Fleetwood vs Wigan
Grimsby vs Morecambe
Oldham vs Carlisle
Rochdale vs Huddersfield
Salford vs Rotherham
Scunthorpe vs Port Vale
Sunderland vs Hull
Tranmere vs Harrogate
Walsall vs Sheff Weds, 14.15

South Section
Bristol City vs Exeter, 14.00
Birmingham vs Cambridge
Crawley vs Millwall, 13.00
Forest Green vs Leyton Orient
Gillingham vs Southend, 13.00
Ipswich vs Bristol Rovers
Luton vs Norwich
MK Dons vs Coventry
Newport vs Swansea
Northampton vs Cardiff
Oxford vs AFC Wimbledon
Peterborough vs Cheltenham
Plymouth vs QPR, 12.30
Reading vs Colchester
Swindon vs Charlton

Sunday 6th September, 2020
Brentford vs Wycombe, 12.00

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Today’s the day! Looking forward to seeing what team we put out for this. Made a few signings and we are getting some real strength in depth. 

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1-1 at half time. Particularly enjoying the VHS quality of the iFollow stream... 

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1 minute ago, Bluebird Hewitt said:

Utter fucking shite. The only positive so far is Newport beating Swansea. 

3 fucking 0 now. 

Well done you fucking useless bellends. 

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1-1 at full time for us. Penalties now. We've had some decent spells and it's been nice to see some of the new lads fitting in but the team as a whole don't look overly match fit. Hoping that won't be too much of an issue when it comes to the league matches next weekend especially as there's a chance to get some match practice in midweek with the EFL Trophy game.

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Lost out on penalties. Not too disappointed as we did play well in parts. Our penalties were not great but we only lost 4-3 so wasn't too bad. With a build up of fixtures likely to happen, it may not be the worst news we're out of this.

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Some surprises already. Birmingham losing at home to Cambridge. Forest out. Norwich lose at Luton. Cardiff and Swansea loss. Peterborough out. Qpr out. 

With Premier League clubs perhaps not taking it too seriously (moreso than previous years) could be a good chance for an EFL side to go through to the latter stages, maybe even win it... 

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Considering half our team isn’t playing today this is a decent first eleven

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What happened for Wycombe to go a man down? Equalised anyway and now in penalties. 

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That 2nd Wycombe penalty. That is mad high. 

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