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Everton v Salford City, Leeds v Hull v Harrogate and more: Carabao Cup second round – live!

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Key events Show 8.34pm BST 20:34 Half-time: Leeds 0-1 Hull 8.33pm BST 20:33 Half-time: Southampton 0-2 Brentford 8.33pm BST 20:33 GOAL! Southampton 0-2 Brentford (Da Silva 45+1) 8.31pm BST 20:31 GOAL! Bristol City 1-0 Northampton Town (Martin 42) 8.28pm BST 20:28 GOAL! Southampton 0-1 Brentford (Norgaard 40) 8.25pm BST 20:25 GOAL! Everton 1-0 Salford City (Keane 8) 7.57pm BST 19:57 Full-time: West Brom 3-0 Harrogate Town Live feed Show

8.39pm BST 20:39

He looks extremely displeased with things, and is replaced by Digne.

8.39pm BST 20:39

Branthwaite is down, having landed awkwardly when clipping a pass back home. It’s never good to see a player go down with no one near, but it looks a strain, not anything more sinister.

8.37pm BST 20:37

At Portman Road, Fulham still lead Ipswich 1-0, with 13 minutes to go.

8.36pm BST 20:36

We’ve got Carragher and Neville back2back on Sky, and Neville emits an odd noise when one of his defenders plays a dodgy square ball that Bernard almost intercepts. “Is that the opposite of the goalgasm,” his mate inquires.

8.35pm BST 20:35

At OT, England need wickets, because Australia are well up with the rate. Catch the official end of the summer with Tim de Lisla.

8.34pm BST 20:34

Half-time: Leeds 0-1 Hull

Decent game, this one. Hull could’ve scored more, but Leeds also look dangerous.

8.33pm BST 20:33

Half-time: Southampton 0-2 Brentford

This one is almost over!

8.33pm BST 20:33

GOAL! Southampton 0-2 Brentford (Da Silva 45+1)

Da Silva drives home; lucky Southampton played their first XI, because how many would they be losing by otherwise?

8.31pm BST 20:31

GOAL! Bristol City 1-0 Northampton Town (Martin 42)

Eliasson crosses, Semenyo knocks it back from beyond the back post, and Martin is there to nod home his first goal for the club.

8.30pm BST 20:30

Everton are looking decent under Ancelotti – their first XI has some proper players, and because of how they’ve strengthened, the squad players are also decent. And here’s one of them, Tom Davies taking the ball off Walcott and lashing a low shot just wide.

8.28pm BST 20:28

At Love Street, Celtic now lead St Mirren 2-1, Forrest and Duffy with the goals.

8.28pm BST 20:28

GOAL! Southampton 0-1 Brentford (Norgaard 40)

A few minutes after Danny Ings hits the post for Southampton, Norgaard thuds home a header from Mbeumo’s corner.

Updated at 8.38pm BST

8.26pm BST 20:26

In commentary, Gary Neville was saying that what we saw Gordon do is a what can happen to a diamond – there’s very little midfield cover for the full-backs.

8.25pm BST 20:25

GOAL! Everton 1-0 Salford City (Keane 8)

Sigurdsson curls flat and hard towards the near post and Keane arrives to jump all over Turnbull, powering a header past Hladky.

Updated at 8.34pm BST

8.23pm BST 20:23

Lovely from Gordon, who gets the ball out on the left, sticks it behind his man and screeches after it, crossing low to win a corner...

8.22pm BST 20:22

“I’m not sure if the owners had a word,” says Andrew Goudie, but Salford ‘rested’ most of their first team in that 6-0 drubbing by Manchester United.”

Yeah, I think four of tonight’s starters started that one.

8.20pm BST 20:20

Nice from Bernard, who curves in a cross towards Walcott at the far post ... but Walcott sort of turns his body while getting under the ball, heading over from six yards.

8.19pm BST 20:19

At Elland Road, Wilks suddenly finds space and drives towards the Leeds box, prodding a low shot that Casilla saves down to his left.

8.18pm BST 20:18

Pre-match, Danny Weber was also talking about James Wilson – also ex-United, he does some work for MUTV and will know exactly how good he should now be. But points out that he’s only scored one goal for the club, and time is running out.

8.17pm BST 20:17

Everton knock it about, Salford sit off.

8.16pm BST 20:16

I love Goodison, one of the last great grounds. I’m sure the new version will be dead fancy, but it won’t have the same character.

8.15pm BST 20:15

At Goodison, the players take a knee. All black lives matter, people.

8.14pm BST 20:14

At Elland Road, Leeds are pushing.

8.13pm BST 20:13

The players are coming out...

Updated at 8.40pm BST

8.12pm BST 20:12

Ancelotti says this competition is important for Everton, and he wants fresh legs on the pitch, as well as an opportunity for players to prove themselves to him. Graham Alexander, meanwhile, says whoever Everton pick, they’re up against a quality side and his players need to focus on what they’re trying to do. He has confidence in them, but they’re a new side, so are learning about each other.

8.10pm BST 20:10

On Salford, it’s worth noting that they’ve never played Premier League position, and just last week were walloped 6-0 at home by Man United’s u23 side. In fairness, that had some serious talent in it – Dylan Levitt is already a full international, Ethan Laird will play for United’s first team, and Hannibal Mejbri will be a star - but still, not great.

8.08pm BST 20:08

As for Everton, Virginia and Nkounkou make their debuts. Keane is the only survivor from the weekend, and Jamie Redknapp talks about how much he’s looking forward to watching Anthony Gordon, who plays midfield and says he’s a big talent.

8.03pm BST 20:03

Looking at that Salford team, it’s really surprising to see James Wilson in it. He was absolutely brilliant in Man United’s youth team and reserves, not as good as Mason Greenwood but not miles off. But for whatever reason, it’s not quite worked out for him, which is a shame – he had great pace, a brilliant leap, and composure in front of goal, scoring twice on his United debut.

8.02pm BST 20:02

Elsewhere, it’s cooking at OT.

Updated at 8.02pm BST

8.01pm BST 20:01

On which point, the appointment of Neil Lennon seemed a real retrograde step. What new ideas was he ever going to bring?

8.01pm BST 20:01

In Scotland, Celtic trail St Mirren 1-0. If they lose that, they’ll be six points behind Rangers already.

8.00pm BST 20:00

Kyle Edwards is man of the match. He seems like a lot of fun, and here’s his latest single. Yes, you read that correctly.

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7.59pm BST 19:59

West Brom will play Southampton or Brentford next.

7.59pm BST 19:59

“If I had a guess I’d say the reason why there’s a banner (and why they sing) The Lord is my shepherd at West Brom,” says JR in Illinois, “is the same reason why the national rugby team supporters sing the old slave spiritual Swing Low, Sweet Chariot: English people are really weird.”

I cannot argue.

7.57pm BST 19:57

Full-time: West Brom 3-0 Harrogate Town

That was a decent performance from West Brom, and Slaven Bilic has a couple of players, Edwards and Harper in particular, pressing for weekend selection.

7.55pm BST 19:55

Half-time: Ipswich Town 0-1 Fulham

Fulham could use a win here, because they looked mles out of their depth at the weekend.

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