Man United v Newcastle, Arsenal v Coventry, West Brom v Liverpool, Carlisle v Tottenham – Capital One Cup LIVE

CAPITAL ONE CUP LIVE: Follow the third round action as it happens

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19:08 GMT, 26 September 2012

Follow all the action from Wednesday night's six Capital One Cup clashes, involving a host of Premier League giants, including holders Liverpool.

Highlights tonight: Arsenal v Coventry, Carlisle v Tottenham, Manchester United v Newcastle and West Brom host this year's winners Liverpool. Martin Domin brings you the action.

Capital One Cup – Third Round

Arsenal 0-0 Coventry

Carlisle 0-0 Tottenham

Man United 0-0 Newcastle

Norwich 0-0 Doncaster

QPR 1-1 Reading

West Brom 1-0 Liverpool

(kick-off 7.45pm unless stated)

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8.15pm: Back in London, Arsenal are yet to get going at home to Coventry who have brought 8,000 fans to the Emirates. The League One side have started promisingly.

8.10pm: Tottenham could do with switching up a gear at Brunton Park if they want to enjoy a comfortable evening. Some slack passing from AVB's side.

8.04pm: GOAL! Liverpool's season goes from bad to worse as Gabriel Tamas heads West Brom in front. Steve Clarke is looking for his second win over his former side this season after beating them 3-0 in the Premier League.

8.00pm: GOALS! Finally we have something to report as QPR go ahead against Reading and then concede immediately. Junior Hoilett scored first before Kaspars Gorkss equalised within seconds. The ex-Ranger did not celebrate against his former side.

7.58pm: Good chance for Newcastle as Ameobi cushions the ball down for Gosling but he tries the spectacular and gets it all wrong. Should have got that on target.

7.57pm: Newcastle have also weathered the early storm at Old Trafford and they will be looking to take advantage of a youthful Man United defence.

7.54pm: After a bright opening from Carlisle, Tottenham have started to get to grips with the game and Falque has a shot saved.

7.50pm: The home side have started well at Old Trafford and they certainly have an experienced attack.

7.45pm: We are off and running everywhere apart from the Hawthorns where the kick off is 8pm.

7.35pm: Elsewhere, Liverpool make 11 changes for the game against West Brom. Andre Wisdom starts in defence, there is a debut for Samed Yesil up front and Jerome Sinclair is on the bench.

West Brom: Foster, Jones, Olsson, Tamas, Ridgewell, Mulumbu, Dorrans, Thorne, Rosenberg, Fortune, Lukaku. Subs: Luke Daniels, Yacob, Long, El Ghanassy, McAuley, Dawson, Berahino.

Liverpool: Jones, Wisdom, Carragher, Coates, Robinson, Henderson, Sahin, Downing, Pacheco, Yesil, Assaidi. Subs: Gulacsi, Wilson, Fernandez Saez, Sterling, Coady, Sama,
Sinclair.

7.32pm: Tottenham travel north to face Carlisle in what could be a tricky game. Spurs manager Andre Villas-Boas makes eight changes to his first XI.

Among those coming in to the team were goalkeeper Carlo Cudicini – with Heurelho Gomes being named on the bench and Hugo Lloris not featuring in the squad – and defender Michael Dawson, the club captain making his first appearance under Villas-Boas.

There are also starts for Adam Smith, Yago Falque and Ryan Mason, with Jan Vertonghen, Gylfi Sigurdsson and Clint Dempsey the only survivors from Sunday's Barclays Premier League victory over QPR, while the sole adjustment for the npower League One hosts sees Kallum Higginbotham replace the cup-tied Joe Garner.

The sides line up as follows:

Carlisle: Gillespie, Simek, Livesey, Murphy, Chantler, McGovern, Thirlwell, Berrett, Robson, Higginbotham, Cadamarteri.
Subs: Collin, Noble, Madden, Edwards, Potts, Beck, Symington.

Tottenham: Cudicini, Smith, Dawson, Caulker, Vertonghen, Townsend, Huddlestone, Sigurdsson, Falque, Dempsey, Mason. Subs: Gomes, Lennon, Defoe, Walker, Sandro, Obika, Carroll.

7.30pm: Norwich face Doncaster tonight and we have the teams from Carrow Road:

Norwich: Bunn, Butterfield, Ward, Ryan Bennett, Tierney, Elliott Bennett, Fox, Chris Martin, Tettey, Holt, Kane. Subs: Rudd, Turner, Jackson, Hoolahan, Morison, Barnett, Murphy.

Doncaster: Gary Woods, Quinn, Martis, McCombe, Spurr, Cotterill, Martin Woods, Harper, Husband, Blake, Hume. Subs: Maxted, Rob Jones, Syers, Brown, Bennett, Middleton, Keegan.

Chance to shine: Andrey Arshavin returns to the Arsenal starting line up tonight

Chance to shine: Andrey Arshavin returns to the Arsenal starting line up tonight

7.25pm: At the Emirates, Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger makes 11 changes for his side's Capital One Cup third round clash with Coventry.

Andre Santos and Andrey Arshavin are handed their first starts of the season while Olivier Giroud will be looking to open his goalscoring account for the Gunners.

England duo Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Theo Walcott also start while senior debuts are given to goalkeeper Damian Martinez and defender Martin Angha.

Coventry manager Mark Robins brings in five players following Saturday's 2-1 npower League One loss to Carlisle with Frank Moussa and James Bailey both making their Sky Blues debuts.

Arsenal: Martinez, Yennaris, Djourou, Miquel, Andre Santos, Angha, Walcott, Coquelin, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Giroud, Arshavin. Subs: Shea, Squillaci, Frimpong, Chamakh, Bellerin, Eisfeld, Gnabry.

Coventry: Murphy, Clarke, Wood, Brown, Reckord, Bailey, Barton, McSheffrey, Moussa, Baker, Elliott. Subs: Dunn, Hussey, McDonald, Fleck, Ball, Edjenguele, Daniels.

7.20pm: Meanwhile, Stephane Mbia and Adrian Mariappa are given debuts by their new clubs as as QPR face on Reading in the Capital One Cup third round.

Cameroon international Mbia makes his first start for the Hoops and is one of four changes to the side that lost 2-1 at Tottenham on Sunday.

Reading make seven changes for the all-Premier League encounter, with summer signing Mariappa making his first appearance for the Royals and Jimmy Kebe returns after a long injury lay-off.

Full teams: QPR: Julio Cesar, Dyer, Mbia, Hill, Onuoha, Park, Faurlin, Granero, Hoilett, Cisse, Mackie. Subs: Green, Diakite, Derry, Wright-Phillips, Nelsen, Zamora, Ehmer.

Reading: McCarthy, Cummings, Mariappa, Gorkss, Shorey, Kebe, Karacan, Tabb, Robson-Kanu, Pogrebnyak, Hunt. Subs: Taylor, Gunter, Le Fondre, McAnuff, McCleary, Morrison, Church.

Back in action: Wayne Rooney returns for his first game since being injured against Wigan

Back in action: Wayne Rooney returns for his first game since being injured against Wigan

7.15pm: Darren Fletcher has been named United skipper on his first start for 10 months as he battles to overcome a chronic bowel complaint.

Although he leeds a fairly experienced United side, a chronic defensive injury list was shown in the fact their entire back four had just two appearances between them.

Marnick Vermijl and Scott Wooton were handed their debuts, whilst Michael Keane's only first-team experience was as a substitute at Aldershot in last season's competition.

For Newcastle, Cheick Tiote makes only his second appearance of the season, whilst Fabricio Coloccini returned after a three-match absence with a hamstring injury.

Full teams:

Man Utd: De Gea, Vermiji, Wootton, Keane, Buttner, Cleverley, Fletcher, Anderson, Rooney, Welbeck, Hernandez. Subs: Johnstone, Evans, Powell, Lingard, Brady, King, Tunnicliffe

Newcastle: Elliot, Perch, Williamson, Coloccini, Tavernier, Obertan, Tiote, Gosling, Marveaux, Vuckic, Shola Ameobi. Subs: Harper, Anita, Cisse, Amalfitano, Bigirimana, Sammy Ameobi, Ferguson

7.05pm: The pick of tonight's games is at Old Trafford where Manchester United host Newcastle.

And Wayne Rooney returns to the United starting line-up having been absent since suffering a nasty gash to his thigh against Fulham last month.

7pm: Good evening and welcome to Sportsmail's coverage of what promises to be an enthralling night of football.

Capital One Cup: Third round