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 By PA Sport

Chelsea target John Stones starts, as Everton come back to beat Barnsley

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Romelu Lukaku got Everton back into the game late on.

Everton were almost shocked by League One side Barnsley in the Capital One Cup but rallied to win 5-3 in extra-time as they started John Stones against his former club, despite the defender having handed in a transfer request.

Stones, who began his career at Barnsley, has been the subject of three bids from Chelsea and told Everton earlier this week that he wants to leave during the transfer window.

However, he could do nothing about Barnsley's attack on Wednesday night as Sam Winnall found acres...

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Joe Dodoo hat trick impresses Leicester boss Claudio Ranieri

Joe Dodoo scored three goals as Leicester City cruised past Bury in the Capital One Cup.

Leicester manager Claudio Ranieri hailed youngster Joe Dodoo after his stunning debut hat trick against League One Bury in the Capital One Cup.

The 20-year-old academy product was outstanding as high-flying Leicester overcame their hosts 4-1 in their second-round tie at Gigg Lane.

Ranieri made 11 changes and gave Dodoo, a forward or winger, his chance after being impressed by him in a youth game. Following the game, the manager said:"I am very happy with him. He deserved to show his quality and...

Dick Advocaat concerned with Sunderland defence in Exeter win

Jermain Defoe had three goals, but Sunderland boss Dick Advocaat was concerned with his team's defence vs. Exeter.

Dick Advocaat struggled to raise a smile despite his side's 6-3 Capital One Cup win over Exeter at the Stadium of Light.

The beleaguered Sunderland boss saw a Jermain Defoe hat trick steer his side past the League Two battlers, but not before a trio of defensive howlers had left the result in doubt.

The Grecians twice hit back to reach the break level at 3-3 before Defoe, Jack Rodwell and Duncan Watmore sealed an ultimately convincing win.

But Advocaat warned: "I am happy with the six goals but...

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Tim Sherwood hails Aston Villa fans' support after extra-time test

Scott Sinclair's hat trick help Aston Villa into the third round of the Capital One Cup.

Tim Sherwood felt the home draw against city rivals Birmingham in the Capital One Cup third round was reward for the Aston Villa fans for sticking with his team against Notts County.

Scott Sinclair's hat trick ensured Villa scraped past the League Two side, needing extra time to win 5-3 at Villa Park -- a result that County boss Ricardo Moniz described as "100 percent stolen" from his players.

A repeat of last season's exit at the hands of Leyton Orient looked a real possibility as Notts County...

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West Brom hope Saido Berahino can face Stoke on Saturday

The ESPN FC crew discuss what Saido Berahino would bring to White Hart Lane should Tottenham agree to terms for the West Brom striker.

West Brom assistant Dave Kemp says Saido Berahino could return for the Baggies against Stoke after his exile.

The striker was dropped again as Albion edged out Port Vale 5-3 on penalties in the Capital One Cup following a forgettable 0-0 draw after extra time at The Hawthorns.

Richard Duffy blazed his penalty over in the shoot-out leaving James Chester to seal Albion's route to the third round and a tie at Norwich.

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The Baggies had rejected a second bid from Tottenham for Berahino hours before...