Published: 18:30 BST, 23 September 2020 | Updated: 20:06 BST, 23 September 2020
Leicester host Arsenal at the King Power Stadium this evening in Carabao Cup third round action as Chelsea host Barnsley where Thiago Silva makes his debut for the Blues.
Sportsmail will provide live EFL Cup coverage including score, lineups and build-up with full commentary of the Foxes vs the Gunners.
Chelsea have the lead against Barnsley and it’s Tammy Abraham who scores with a fine finish.
Bukayo Saka sends a dangerous ball across the face of goal, but Joe Willock and Eddie Nketiah can’t quite reach it.
Barnsley are starting to become more involved in the game and are causing issues for Chelsea. Cauley Woodrow tries his luck but Willy Caballero tips the ball over.
Chelsea have started well at Stamford Bridge, with Callum Hudson-Odoi seeing his effort saved by Brad Collins.
Kelechi Iheanacho had an opportunity for Leicester but Bernd Leno came out to make a save. Arsenal’s defence were caught out too easily.
A good run from Reiss Nelson in his first appearance of the season and the Arsenal youngster sees his effort tipped over for a corner.
We’re underway in the 7.45pm kick-offs. Meanwhile, Josh Brownhill has given Burnley the lead against Millwall.
Bobby Decordova-Reid makes it 2-0 to Fulham, who will now be confident of getting past Sheffield Wednesday.
Newcastle are also in action tonight and they’ll be looking to avoid suffering a cup shock against Morecambe.
There’s no James Rodriguez, but it’s still a strong Everton side to take on Joey Barton’s Fleetwood Town.
In the games that kicked off at 7pm, Fulham are leading 1-0 against Sheffield Wednesday courtesy of a goal from Aboubakar Kamara.
Plenty of Premier League teams in action this evening – Chelsea host Barnsley while Everton face a potential banana-skin against Fleetwood Town.
Who will be joining Manchester United in the fourth round? Stay tuned for all the team news and updates as we get them.
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