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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Man United and Man City at home on same night in Capital One Cup

The ESPN FC team take a look ahead to Manchester United's UEFA Champions League group stage match against Wolfsburg,
After seven weeks in the books for the English Premier League, the ESPN FC crew discuss Arsenal's performance and strong results as of late.
The ESPN FC crew take a look at Manchester United's recent performances and speculate as to whether or not they will be able to stay at the top of the English Premier League table.

Manchester United and Manchester City have been given the green light to play their Capital One Cup fourth round games on the same night, Oct. 28, due to fixture congestion.

Football League chiefs were facing fixture headache when the two clubs were both drawn at home, with the ties to be played in the week following the Manchester derby. But with the derby taking place at Old Trafford on the Sunday, and both back in action the following Saturday due to their Champions League schedule, options were...

 By Paddy Davitt

Norwich's Kyle Lafferty impresses in cameo to seal League Cup win

Kyle Lafferty's goal scored on Wednesday was just his second as a player for Norwich.

Kyle Lafferty got a rare opportunity to play for Norwich and he took full advantage, showing that his scoring exploits aren't limited to just Northern Ireland duty.

He scored his first Norwich City goal in nine long months in the Canaries' 3-0 Capital One Cup win against rivals West Brom and  it could signal a seismic shift in the striker's peripheral role under manager Alex Neil at Carrow Road.

Lafferty's goalscoring exploits for his country in Euro 2016 qualifying over the past 18 months...

Rodgers' tenure at Liverpool looking increasingly grim after Carlisle win

The ESPN FC panel discuss the future of Brendan Rodgers after his side struggled to defeat fourth-tier Carlisle.

It didn't matter how the penalty shoot-out ended between Liverpool and Carlisle United in the League Cup on Wednesday. It didn't matter that Adam Bogdan performed heroics for the Reds. It didn't matter that a man with hair like a show poodle choked at the last. Liverpool were already losers.

Carlisle United, mid-table in the fourth flight and put together for a fraction of the first payment for new Liverpool arrival Roberto Firmino, had already won. There is a gulf between these two clubs that...

David De Gea 'proud' to captain Man United after Real Madrid transfer saga

The ESPN FC crew discuss Manchester United's performance against Southampton and speculate if they would be top of the table with De Gea in net.
Former Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson praised Pep Guardiola and indicated he only managed four world-class players during his tenure at Old Trafford.
ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop thinks legendary Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson was a little rough on the rest of his former players when he said he's only ever coach four world-class players: Paul Scholes, Ryan Giggs, Cristiano Ronaldo, and Eric Cantona.
ESPN FC's Paul Mariner believes that although it is still too early to judge Manchester United's Anthony Martial, he has done brilliantly thus far considering the pressure placed upon him.
ESPN FC's Mark Donaldson and Paul Mariner break down this week's Player Power Rankings.

David De Gea has voiced his pride at wearing the Manchester United captain's armband for the first time, less than a month after he almost joined Real Madrid.

De Gea, 24, nearly left for Madrid at the end of the transfer window in a £29 million move, but the deadline-day deal fell through and the goalkeeper has since signed a new four-year contract at Old Trafford.

When skipper Wayne Rooney came off for the final nine minutes of Wednesday's 3-0 Capital One Cup win over Ipswich Town, the armband...

 By PA Sport

Calum Chambers backing Arsenal to build on win over Tottenham

For the 10th consecutive year a Premier League team eliminated Tottenham from the Capital Cup, as Arsenal defeated them 2-1.
Arsene Wenger hailed Arsenal's resilience in their 2-1 win over Tottenham in the Capital One Cup.

Defender Calum Chambers is confident Arsenal can use the morale-boosting 2-1 Capital One Cup victory over North London rivals Tottenham to kickstart their season.

A brace from midfielder Mathieu Flamini, including a superb 25-yard volley late in the second half, at White Hart Lane proved enough to seal a place in the fourth-round draw, which will see the Gunners head to Sheffield Wednesday.

Chambers believes the performance of Arsene Wenger's team, which saw several changes from the Premier League...