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Aston Villa vs Burnley

Posted Wednesday, October 27, 2010 by astonvillablog.com

Wednesday 27th October 2010 Opponent: Burnley Venue: Villa Park Kick Off: 19:45 Villa will be hoping to take advantage of some shock exits in the Carling Cup to strengthen their chances of another Wembley date next year. The competition has seen the likes of Chelsea, Manchester City, Liverpool and Tottenham knocked out thus far leaving Villa as third favourites behind Manchester United and A...Full Story »

Newcastle v Arsenal

Posted Wednesday, October 27, 2010 by wearearsenalblog.com

Time to get over the Man City victory and get back to winning trophies!! Arsenal can take a big step in that direction if they can beat Newcastle at St James’ Park on Wednesday. I will be interested to see what sort of team Wenger plays against Newcatle. In previous season’s he has used the Carling Cup to blood some of Arsenal’s promising young talent. But against Spurs in the...Full Story »

West Ham v Stoke Preview: Cup Win Will Ease Pressure on Avram Grant

Posted Wednesday, October 27, 2010 by Footballfancast.com

CARLING CUP: UPTON PARK, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 27, 2010. KICK-OFF: 1945 BST The opening weeks of the season haven't been kind to Avram Grant who has quickly found himself plunged back into a relegation battle with West Ham having joined the club after failing to steer Portsmouth to safety last term. Saturday's home defeat to Newcastle marked the latest low in a campaign already pock-marked by dis...Full Story »

Wolves Preview: Fledgings Chance To Flourish

Posted Tuesday, October 26, 2010 by soccerlens.com

Manchester United look to defend their Carling Cup crown as they clash with the Wolverhampton Wanderers in the Fourth Round at Old Trafford. United have won back-to-back Carling Cup titles, but in the early stages of this competition Sir Alex Ferguson has always allowed his young fringe players the opportunity to show their ability in front of the United supporters. Despite facing Barclays P...Full Story »

Birmingham City v Brentford preview

Posted Tuesday, October 26, 2010 by Imscouting.com

Birmingham City v Brentford, Carling Cup, Fourth RoundTuesday, 26 October, St Andrews, Birmingham The Carling Cup resumes this week and the focus will surely be on two of the Premier League big boys.  Manchester United take on Wolves at Old Trafford, while Arsene Wenger looks likely to play an uncharacteristically strong side for the clash against Newcastle. In the last round, Northampton...Full Story »

Ipswich vs. Northampton match preview

Posted Tuesday, October 26, 2010 by Vitalfootball.co.uk

The Cobblers third round exploits on that famous rainy Tueday night at Anfield have been long forgotten back in Northampton, which has since seen them fall joint bottom of the League Two table. That Tuesday's famous victory was followed by victory over Bradford but since the Cobbler's have suffered five successive League defeats, and after Saturday's latest defeat has seen them slip into the Le...Full Story »

Leicester v West Brom Preview: Chris Brunt Sounds the Baggies Charge

Posted Tuesday, October 26, 2010 by sportinglife.aol.co.uk

CARLING CUP, THE WALKERS' STADIUM TUESDAY OCTOBER 26TH, KICK-OFF 1945 BST. Roberto Di Matteo has made such an impressive start at the Hawthorns that West Brom currently find themselves in the unchartered territory of the top six, briefly occupying a Champions League spot before Sunday's results. A quarter-final place is also up for grabs as Di Matteo prepares for an intriguing head-to-head w...Full Story »

Wigan v Swansea Preview: All Eyes on Roberto Martinez as He Faces Old Pals

Posted Tuesday, October 26, 2010 by sportinglife.aol.co.uk

CARLING CUP: DW STADIUM, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 26 2010. KICK OFF: 19.45 BST Having sparked Swansea's revival in his last job, the last thing Roberto Martinez would expect is to suffer a barrage of abuse. But that's the reality of the position the Wigan manager finds himself in as he prepares to face his former club for the first time. The Spaniard transformed Swansea, first as a player and capta...Full Story »

Strikers absent for Queens

Posted Saturday, October 23, 2010 by PA

Queen of the South will have a depleted strike force for the visit of Falkirk. Derek Holmes has joined Sean O'Connor on the sidelines after picking up an injury against Morton last Saturday. Midfielder Paul Burns is available following a ban, however winger Willie McLaren is a major doubt with Palmerston Park boss Kenny Brannigan saying: "Willie has been struggling with a throat infection all ...Full Story »

Adams back on track

Posted Saturday, October 23, 2010 by PA

Dundee welcomed on-loan Jamie Adams back to the club in time to face Dunfermline after a deal was reached with St Johnstone. The player will continue at Dens Park and he has been added to interim manager Barry Smith's squad for his first home game in charge against the league leaders. Striker Leigh Griffiths has also been included after shaking off a knock. Smith said: "I have a detailed doss...Full Story »

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