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Carabao Cup scores

Arsenal 2-1 Norwich City - AET

Bournemouth 3-1 Middlesbrough

Bristol City 4-1 Crystal Palace

Leicester City 3-1 Leeds United

Manchester City 0-0 Wolverhampton Wanderers [4-1 on penalties AET]

Well what a night in the EFL Cup. Arsenal need extra time to beat Norwich and City require penalties to overcome Wolves. Not the evening either side were expecting.

Well that is all we have time for on our live blog from the Carabao Cup. We're back tomorrow with live coverage of Chelsea vs Everton and Tottenham against West Ham. But until then, it's goodnight.

Manchester City dodge a bullet and beat Wolves on penalties with four our of four. A panenka from Sergio Aguero seals the win but Claudio Bravo is the hero with two saves in the shoot-out.

GOAL! Man City 4-1 Wolves (Sergio Aguero) - Man City through

GOAL! Man City 3-1 Wolves (Leroy Sane)

MISS! Man City 2-1 Wolves - Bravo saves from Conor Coady

MISS! Man City 2-1 Wolves - Bravo saves from Alfred N'Diaye

GOAL! Man City 2-1 Wolves (Yaya Toure)

GOAL! Man City 1-1 Wolves (Kevin de Bruyne)

GOAL! Man City 0-1 Wolves (Leo Bonatini)

Here we go then. Bonatini vs Bravo to start....

So penalties to decide which of Man City and Wolves will go into the Carabao Cup quarter-finals. Remember ABBA? That returns tonight.

Full time in extra time: Manchester City 0-0 Wolves

Zinchenko makes a superb tackle to deny Ronan at the last. But that is it....

Aguero scythes his way through the Wolves defence but he shoots straight at Norris. Miranda coming on for Wolves, if they can get him on before the end.

Kevin de Bruyne is over a 117th minute free-kick but he doesn't even hit the target. The Belgian has been totally ineffective since coming on.

City appear to have two injured players out there with Zinchenko struggling too. Ronan ghosts past him down the left but his cross is cut out as City survive another corner. Brilliant exchange.

Wolves so close to grabbing what would surely be the winner at this stage. The ball eventually hits the side-netting via a City deflection but it was a header from Sterling which cleared Ronan's cross.

Ilkay Gündogan is a passenger in this City team - not due to his performance - but rather his fitness with a groin problem appearing to be hindering him. Can Wolves take advantage? They appear happy to sit in and play for penalties.

The pressure from City is relentless now. Toure is denied by a low save by Norris and when the rebound is crossed into the middle sane swings a left leg at it and it flies inches wide.

Full time: Arsenal 2-1 Norwich - After Extra Time

Arsenal were heading out of the Carabao Cup until the arrival of England youth international Eddie Nketiah, who scored late on to take the game to extra time before heading the winner in the first 15-minute period. What a night for the youngster.

One added minute at the Emirates.

Matt Macey comes out to punch, totally miss-times it but the ball lands in his arms. Norwich throwing players forward but to no avail.

Back under way at the Etihad.

Nuno Espírito Santo hasn't half enhanced his reputation, going toe-to-toe with Pep Guardiola tonight and he is 15 minutes away from coming away without conceding a goal in open play.

Four minutes left at The Emirates. Can Norwich force penalties?

Half time in extra time at the Etihad Stadium. It remains goalless. There have been chances, but penalties loom.

Andy Madley waves away appeals for a penalty but did Norwich have a case? Husband bursts into the penalty area and go past Holding, who grabs at the Canaries man and though his counterpart goes to ground it would have been soft.

Nketiah almost nets hat-trick as he goes through but Gunn keeps Norwich in the cup. A corner for the away side....

Substitute Cavaleiro takes the ball on the volley but is denied by Bravo who clutches the bouncing shot. End-to-end stuff at the Etihad.

Raheem Sterling's eyes must have lit up there as the ball dropped his way but Hause gets his body in the way and prevents what would have been a certain City goal.

Eddie Nketiah heads Arsenal ahead for the first time.

Eddie Nketiah
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Kevin de Bruyne drives at the Wolves back four and shoot across goal but it is well off target. it has been that sort of night for City.

The second period of extra time is under way in north London. Can Norwich go again?

Leroy Sane coming on for City now in what is the third substitution made by Pep Guardiola. Doubt he expected this sort of test, having spent aside all before him this season in the Premier League and Champions League.

Half time in extra time: Arsenal 2-1 Norwich

The Gunners on the way to the last eight after a double from Nketiah. Fine effort from the youngster. Norwich look punch-drunk.

Oliveira curls over the bar around 20 yards. He's had easier chances than that this evening, frustratingly.

Under way in extra time at the Etihad where it remains City 0-0 Wolves.

Full time: Manchester City 0-0 Wolves

Ninety minutes played and City haven't scored. Wolves should have won this game in normal time, much like Norwich, but squandered some golden chances in each half. In the end they had more efforts on goal than the hosts, which says it all.

Enobakhare should be sending Wolves into the last eight. He goes through on goal and after he draws Bravo he is denied by the City 'keeper. What a chance.

GOAL! Arsenal 2-1 Norwich (Eddie Nketiah)

The dream introduction gets even better as Nketiah rises highest from the corner to head home. Two goals off the bench have turned this game around.

Extra time is underway at The Emirates. Still playing at the Etihad Stadium too where City are being held by Wolves. Around three minutes of normal time to go there.

Full time: Bournemouth 3-1 Middlesbrough, Bristol City 4-1 Crystal Palace, Leicester City 3-1 Leeds United

Kevin de Bruyne coming on for City as we enter the final 10 minutes. Yaya Toure to make way.

Full-time: Arsenal 1-1 Norwich

Just three shots on target for Man City tonight. Wolves have been superb despite making nine changes for tonight. They can hold their heads up high.

Akpom has the chance to win it but shoots wide. That might be that.

GOAL! Leicester 3-1 Leeds (Riyad Mahrez)

Angus Gunn makes a fine close range save to keep out Wilshere. Extra time on the way it seems.

Eddie Nketiah celebrates drawing Arsenal level with his first touch.

Eddie Nketiah
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Great night for the lad. Extra time looms.

GOAL! Arsenal 1-1 Norwich (Eddie Nketiah)

On just his second Arsenal appearance Eddie Nketiah makes an immediate impact and levels with five minutes left. A corner is flicked on by Iwobi and Nketiah steals in and touches home from a yard.

GOAL! Bournemouth 3-1 Middlesbrough (Benik Afobe)

GOAL! Bournemouth 2-1 Middlesbrough (Callum Wilson)

Eddie Nketiahn coming on for Arsenal. The final throw of the dice for the hosts. Norwich look, dare I say it, comfortable.

Man City have had 89% possession, yet Wolves create the best chance again as Costa goes through and it takes a smart stop from Bravo to keep the scores level. Wolves couldn't, could they?

Josh Murphy battles with Mohamed Elneny as Norwich hang on.

Josh Murphy
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Alex Iwobi sees his short deflected behind as Arsenal ratchet up the pressure. Ca they force a late goal and take this game into extra time?

Nothing going on at the Etihad of any note. City still in complete control and look like they could score at will, but Wolves continue to hold firm.

GOAL! Leicester 2-1 Leeds (Islam Slimani)

The chances continue to come for Norwich and they are all over the Premier League side. This time Vrancic misses a golden chance to double the lead and send the Canaries into the quarter-finals.

The German Stiepermann is involved straight away, playing in Murphy who clips over from close range. Will Norwich be made to pay for these missed chances? Notice how Arsenal are creating nothing.

On comes Marco Stiepermann for Norwich as they look to hold onto what they have.

Oliveira should test Macey as he collects Pinto's cut-back but instead he blasts the ball over the bar. Awful effort.

Maitland-Niles is the man who makes way for Akpom. Twenty minutes to go.

Chuba Akpom coming on for Arsenal. Is he the man to turn this game around in the final quarter? There isn't much else for Arsene Wenger to turn to.

GOAL! Bristol City 4-1 Crystal Palace (Callum O'Dowda)

GOAL! Bournemouth 1-1 Middlesbrough (Marcus Tavernier)

And the game at the Etihad Stadium has resumes. Sergio Aguero shoots inside the first minute, but it does well, well wide.

It will be down to the first 11 to get them back into this game and into the last eight.

GOAL! Bristol City 3-1 Crystal Palace (Joe Bryan)

Iwobi's strike hits Zimmermann as he soared towards goal. Arsenal rouse themselves, and it is about time.

Murphy again gets free in the box but his header doesn't trouble Macey who gathers if gratefully. Arsenal looking shot here, to be honest.

How is that not a red card? Mohamed Elneny pulls back Oliviera clean through on goal and the referee shows a yellow card rather than what was surely a red Daniel Farke is fuming.

Bright Enobakhare squanders a chance to put Wolves ahead at Man City.

Bright Enobakhare
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GOAL! Bournemouth 1-0 Middlesbrough (Jack Simpson)

Alex Iwobi wrestles with Harrison Reed and throws the Norwich midfielder to the ground as he attempts to take a quick free-kick. Some passion from the Gunners but not much quality yet it must be said.

Back under way in our four 7:45pm kick-offs, including at The Emirates where neither side have made any changes.

Half time: Manchester City 0-0 Wolves

The highest scorers in England draw a blank against the Championship leaders. Wolves have held firm and sat in for much of the half in an effort to frustrate the hosts and it has worked for the most part.

And a chance for Wolves as the first half draws to a close. Enobakhare wriggles clear of Mangala and forces Bravo into a save. City have dominated but this tie is on a knife-edge.

Gabriel Jesus is down and stricken on the edge of the Wolves box, that after Sergio Aguero was denied by Norris from range. There is a bit of concern about the Brazilian here.

Half time: Bournemouth 0-0 Middlesbrough

Norwich have not won at Arsenal in the cup since 1954 but they're on the brink of a famous result tonight. The Canaries fans have been kicking every ball in that first half. And after beating Ipswich at the weekend, who would have thought their week could get any better?

Half time: Leicester 1-1 Leeds, Bristol City 2-1 Crystal Palace

Half time: Arsenal 0-1 Norwich City

The shock is very much on. Norwich have a deserved lead at The Emirates through Josh Murphy's delightful goal and Arsenal, though they have dominated possession, have not created a lot. Rob Holding's header the closest they've come.

Debutant Oleksnadr Zinchenko battles for the ball with Ben Marshall.

Man City vs Wolves
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Man City have had all the ball at the Etihad but are yet to break through Wolves as yet. But there is a feeling of what and not if about it.

Norwich sense blood here and they almost get a second when Nelson Oliveira collects the ball in the box and forces Macey into a full-length save down to his right.

GOAL! Bristol City 2-1 Crystal Palace (Milan Duric)

Josh Murphy chips Norwich into a first half lead.

Josh Murphy
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GOAL! Arsenal 0-1 Norwich City (Josh Murphy)

Now then, now then. Norwich take the lead after 35 minutes with a delightful goal. Josh Murphy is put clean through by James Maddison and he draws Macey before chipping the ball over the Arsenal debutant.

GOAL! Leicester City 1-1 Leeds (Kelechi Iheanacho)

GOAL! Bristol City 1-1 Crystal Palace (Matt Taylor)

Just about sums this one up....

Jack Wilshere fortunate to escape without a yellow card for a late challenge on Harrison Reed, who had earlier left one on the England man. Naughty.

GOAL! Leicester city 0-1 Leeds (Pablo Hernandez)

GOAL! Bristol City 0-1 Crystal Palace (Bakary Sako)

Replays of a penalty appeal from Olivier Giroud as Nelson sent a cross in. Fair to say the Norwich back-four were all over him but he fell to the floor quite easily.

Angus Gunn turns the ball over to deny Rob Holding from point-blank range. Fine header.

Vrancic unleashed Norwich's first effort on goal but it flies harmlessly wide. Arsenal were a little exposed there.

Under way at the Etihad Stadium by the way. Updates on the way.

It is all Arsenal in the first quarter or an hour at The Emirates. Alex Iwobi takes aim with a shot from 25 yards but it flies over. Gunn won't mind those for the rest of the evening.

Teams on their way out at the Etihad Stadium as the leaders of the Premier League and Championship square-off.

Francis Coquelin and Tom Trybull battle for the ball.

Francis Coquelin
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Reiss Nelson seeing a lot of the ball in the early moments here, giving Josh Murphy plenty of problems down the right and forcing a foul out of the Norwich winger. Giroud gets on the end of the free-kick but the ball bounces Angus Gunn's way.

Empty seats across The Emirates, which is to be expected on a night such as this. But a chance to see Wilshere, Giroud and co. audition for the first team. Surely Jack Wilshere is on the brink of a league start after his run-out at the weekend.

Under way in our four 7:45pm kick-offs. We'll have news of all the goals as they go in.

Players on the way at The Emirates and throughout the rest of the country. Kick-off in the four 7:45pm kick-offs on the way.

Remember if you want to follow Swansea against the holders Manchester United, then we have live coverage of the game here. But for the other five games tonight, this is the place to be.

It is hard to ignore the sheer volume of changes made by clubs across this competition. When even Football League sides are opting to rest players on trip to the likes of Arsenal and Manchester City you something must be wrong. The EFL need to think again.

Bournemouth vs Middlesbrough

Great to see Callim Wilson back for Bournemouth after successive knee injuries. Still, lots of changes for the Cherries.

📋 Here's how we line up for tonight's @Carabao_Cup match with @Boro.

Welcome back @CallumWilson!#afcb 🍒

— AFC Bournemouth 🍒 (@afcbournemouth) October 24, 2017

Here's the #Boro team, brought to you by @Coral 🔴⚪️ #UTB

— Middlesbrough FC (@Boro) October 24, 2017

Bristol City have surely the best chance of causing an upset tonight against the Premier league's bottom club. Five changes for them tonight.

Bristol City vs Crystal Palace

⚽️ #BristolCity v Crystal Palace: Steele, Pisano, Wright, Flint, Magnusson, Bryan, O'Dowda, Brownhill, Pack, Taylor, Diédhiou. #BRCvPAL

— Bristol City FC (@BristolCity) October 24, 2017

Here's how #CPFC 🦅 line up against @bcfctweets this evening...#CarabaoCup 🏆

— Crystal Palace F.C. (@CPFC) October 24, 2017

Thomas Christiansen suggested yesterday that Leeds could retain some of their frist team for the trip to Leicester tonight, with Sheffield United to come on Friday. Just the ten changes from the Dane then......

Leicester City vs Leeds

Tonight's starting XI: Hamer, Amartey, Maguire, Dragović, Chilwell, Iborra, King (c), Albrighton, Gray, Iheanacho, Slimani. #LeiLee

— Leicester City (@LCFC) October 24, 2017

📋 10 changes for #LUFC tonight, with only Kalvin Phillips remaining from the side that beat Bristol City on Saturday...

— Leeds United (@LUFC) October 24, 2017

Arsene Wenger on tonight's Arsenal debutant, Matt Macey. Big night for the Gunners number three.

Ten changes for City from the win over Burnley. Sergio Aguerio is the only one who remains. Gabriel Jesus starts alongside him, while Raheem Sterling returns. There is a debut for Oleksandr Zinchenko and Tosin Adarabioyo make his first senior appearance of the campaign.

Just the nine changes for Championship leaders Wolves. Danny Batth and Conor Coady are retained from the win over Preston but the likes of Helder Costa, Ben Marshall and Alfred N'Diaye come into the team. Ivan Cavaleiro and Roderick Miranda are among those on the bench.

Teams in from the Etihad Stadium.

Team News | Your City line-up tonight! 🙌

Presented by @HAYSWorldwide

— Manchester City (@ManCity) October 24, 2017

Here's how Wolves line-up for tonight's Round Four @Carabao_Cup tie against @ManCity. #MANvWOL


— Wolves (@Wolves) October 24, 2017

Amazingly, tonight's game at The Emirates pits together two sides who have won the competition twice each.

The Gunners prevailed in 1987 and last back in 1993, which the Canaries have scooped the trophy twice in 1962 and 1985.

Can either side go all the way this season?

Eleven changes for Arsenal as expected. Matt Macey makes his debut for the club in goal. The back three is the same as the one which started at Red Star Belgrade last week. The front-three sees Alex Iwobi return alongside goal of the year winner Olivier Giroud. Jack Wilshere starts in midfield.

Four changes for Norwich from the win at Ipswich. In come Husband, Vrancic, Murphy and Oliveira. Jerome, Stiepermann and Hoolahan are on the bench.

And here are the teams from The Emirates.

📋 Here's how we line up for tonight's @Carabao_Cup game#AFCvNCFC

— Arsenal FC (@Arsenal) October 24, 2017

XI 👇 #ncfc

Subs 👉 McGovern (GK), Martin, Jerome, Hoolahan, Wildschut, Stiepermann, Franke.

Blog 👉

Ready? We are 👊

— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) October 24, 2017

Will we see more of Mesut Ozil tonight? He was undeniably good against Everton but according to Per Mertesacker it was because Arsenal supplied he correctly. Not sure that is how it is meant to work...

We have six games tonight, five of which you can follow right here. But for live coverage of Swansea vs Manchester United, just head this way. A night for multiple tabs, I would say.

Arsenal's youngster arrive at the Emirates before kick-off.

For Man City, Sergio Aguero has another chance to become the club's all-time top scorer tonight. He went level with Eric Brook with a penalty against Burnley and will be bidding to go beyond his 177 against wolves.

Wolves made eight changes in the third round and the Championship leaders are expected to repeat that tonight. Will Norris could start in goal.

Guessing the team which Arsenal will announce in around 25 minutes is near-enough impossible. Arsene Wenger is essentially set to turn to his Europa League team, with the likes of Jack Wilshere, Olivier Giroud and Theo Walcott all expected to start. Shkodran Mustafi, Calum Chambers, Santi Cazorla, Danny Welbeck and David Ospina are all out.

Norwich are hopeful of having Christoph Zimmerman available after he went off during the 1-0 win at Ipswich. Russell Martin has travelled with the squad.

Everyone's favourite competition to hate is back for another dose as the Carabao Cup takes centre stage. Plenty of the big guns remain with Arsenal and Manchester City among the clubs looking to reach the quarter-finals, when Wembley is just three games away.

Having got Ronald Koeman the sack yesterday [probably], Arsenal will be looking to continue their impressive recent run when they welcome Norwich City to north London. The Canaries themselves are on a high after winning the East-Anglia derby at Ipswich Town.

Elsewhere, Pep Guardiola will want to continue on the road towards his first trophy at Manchester City when they host Wolves at the Etihad. Nuno Espírito Santo's side have won the last three in a row but have not won at City since 1999. Robbie Keane got the goal that day.

We are focusing on three other games including Leeds' trip to Leicester, Bournemouth at home to Middlesbrough and Bristol city against Crystal Palace.

All the team news and build up is on the way ahead of the 7:45pm kick-offs.