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23dBen Pearce

Tottenham left homeless for Carabao Cup match

Tottenham have asked the EFL board for permission to play their Carabao Cup third-round tie in Milton Keynes after being drawn at home vs. Watford.

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Carabao Cup draw: Liverpool to host Chelsea

Liverpool will host Chelsea while Frank Lampard's Derby County will visit Manchester United following the third-round draw of the Carabao Cup.

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24dLuke O'Farrell

Digne 8/10, Zouma 7/10 as Everton advance

Everton rotated heavily but Dominic Calvert-Lewin's two goals and an impressive full debut from Lucas Digne were enough to see them past Rotherham.

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25dReuters

Berahino ends 2½-year goal drought in win

Saido Berahino, once one of the hottest young strikers in English football, ended a 2 1/2-year goal drought in an EFL Cup win on Tuesday.

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EFL Cup: West Ham avoid embarrassment

West Ham United flirted with a potentially embarrassing League Cup second-round defeat by 10-man AFC Wimbledon before fighting back to win.

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31dBen Pearce

Spurs fans surveyed on alternate venue

Tottenham Hotspur's fans have been asked to take part in a survey as the club consider where they could host a Carabao Cup third-round game.

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184dESPN staff

VAR set for Premier League trial - report

Full implementation, due to be voted on at a meeting of clubs next month, is likely to be delayed for another year.

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204dPA Sport

VAR in England: Major incidents in 2018

VAR made the headlines again in Spurs' 6-1 win over Rochdale and we take a look at other major incidents using the technology in England this year.

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205dMark Ogden

An open letter to Arsene Wenger

All the positives of your 22-year reign at Arsenal are being washed away by a tide of negativity and acrimony. Please leave before it gets worse.

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206dPA Sport

Guardiola to explain yellow ribbon to FA

Guardiola is facing an FA charge of "wearing a political message" for sporting the symbol in support of imprisoned Catalan politicians.

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206dMattias Karen

'Earthquake' of criticism stuns Wenger

Arsene Wenger says he's amazed at the "earthquake" of criticism following Arsenal's loss to Man City in the Carabao Cup final.

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207dJonathan Smith

Pep toasts City staff for cup win - sources

Pep Guardiola thanked staff who work at Manchester City with a champagne lunch at the club's Etihad Campus on Wednesday, sources told ESPN FC.

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208dDavid Mooney

Kompany deserves his moment of glory

The Man City skipper was picked above two younger replacements for the Carabao Cup final and put in a MOTM performance. But injury fears still remain.

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208dPA Sport

Wilshere slams ref's decisions in cup defeat

Jack Wilshere "can't accept some of the decisions" that went against Arsenal in their Carabao Cup final defeat to Manchester City.

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209dJonathan Smith

Gundogan: City won't relax after 1st trophy

Manchester City won't take too much time to enjoy winning the first trophy of Pep Guardiola's reign because they want more, Ilkay Gundogan said.

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209dMattias Karen

Arsenal's most 'spineless' performances

Arsenal's defeat to Man City wasn't the first time that Arsene Wenger's men just completely failed to turn up for a big game. Here are five more.

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209dMattias Karen

Arsenal made 'silly mistake' - Ramsey

Aaron Ramsey said Arsenal were guilty of "a silly mistake" on Manchester City's first goal in the Carabao Cup final but defended his team's desire.

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209dJonathan Smith

De Bruyne: Wembley win can be springboard

Manchester City have won the first trophy of the Pep Guardiola era and Kevin De Bruyne believes they can now go on and win even more.

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209dChris Wright

Mendy has fun at Carabao Cup final

While he missed the match itself through injury, Benjamin Mendy certainly got fully involved with the festivities after Man City beat Arsenal.

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209dAndrew Mangan

Wenger to blame for Arsenal's lack of fight

Arsenal's players are not listening to their manager. Against Man City, there was further evidence that Wenger has taken this team as far as he can.