CAPITAL ONE CUP LIVE: The fourth round action from around the grounds as it happens
19:55 GMT, 30 October 2012
Reading v Arsenal tops the bill as the Capital One Cup resumes on Tuesday night. Elsewhere Southampton visit Leeds, Sunderland host Middlesbrough in a North East derby, Aston Villa travel to League One Swindon and Wigan welcome League Two Bradford. Follow all the action live with Sportsmail as the 10 clubs do battle to try and reach the quarter-finals. Send me your thoughts on the action at firstname.lastname@example.org or contact me on Twitter @Ripinho.
Capital One Cup live scores (7.45pm)
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Leeds 0-0 Southampton
Reading 0-0 Arsenal
Sunderland 0-0 Middlesbrough
Swindon 0-0 Aston Villa
Wigan 0-0 Bradford
19.54: Great play again from the Royals. Robert's lay off enables Jay Tabb to sneak through the Arsenal defence, but from an angle the midfielder sees his shot blocked behind by Martinez.
19.51: Another side on the front foot is Reading and the Royals go even closer to taking the lead.
Sean Morrison's header from a corner comes back off the post and Damian Martinez before somehow being cleared by the Arsenal defence.
19.48: Fast start from Sunderland as Middlesbrough fail to clear their lines leading to Louis Saha firing over the bar for the hosts.
19.45: Away we go folks.
19.42: The teams are out across the country. Remember we don't do draws in this competition, extra-time and penalties will be played if needed. If that doesn't find a winner then we have a mini-crisis on our hands.
19.39: Full line-ups from Elland Road:
Leeds v Southampton
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On the ball: Andreas Weimann starts in Aston Villa's attack
19.36: Full line-ups from the County Ground:
Swindon v Aston Villa
Swindon: Foderingham, Devera, McCormack, Flint, McEveley, Ritchie, Miller, Ferry, Roberts, Benson, Collins. Subs: Bedwell, Archibald-Henville, Nathan Thompson, Williams, Louis Thompson, Storey.
Aston Villa: Given, Lowton, Herd, Vlaar, Lichaj, Weimann, Ireland, El Ahmadi, Bannan, Agbonlahor, Benteke. Subs: Guzan, Bent, Albrighton, Holman, Delph, Stevens.
Referee: Stuart Attwell (Warwickshire)
19.33: Marouane Chamakh makes his first start for Arsenal since January in tonight's Capital One Cup clash with Reading.
It is only the Moroccan striker's second appearance since last season with Gunners manager Arsene Wenger making 11 changes to the side that defeated QPR on Saturday.
Theo Walcott, who is locked in contract talks, starts, as does Andrey Arshavin.
Reading make six changes to the team that drew 3-3 with Fulham with starts for Garath McCleary and Hal Robson-Kanu, who scored as substitutes on Saturday.
19.30: Full line-ups from the Madejski Stadium:
Reading v Arsenal
Reading: Federici, Gunter, Gorkss, Morrison, Shorey, Tabb, McCleary, Leigertwood, Robson-Kanu, Roberts, Hunt. Subs: Stuart Taylor, Pearce, Pogrebnyak, Le Fondre, McAnuff, Church, Harte.
Arsenal: Martinez, Jenkinson, Koscielny, Djourou, Miquel, Arshavin, Frimpong, Coquelin, Walcott, Chamakh, Gnabry. Subs: Shea, Giroud, Squillaci, Bellerin, Eisfeld, Meade, Yennaris.
Referee: Kevin Friend (Leicestershire)
Staying between the sticks: Ali Al Habsi (right) keeps his place in the Wigan goal
19.27: Full line-ups from the DW Stadium:
Wigan v Bradford
Wigan: Al Habsi, Ramis, Watson, Lopez, Stam, Fyvie, Jones, Redmond, Gomez, Boselli, McManaman. Subs: Pollitt, Kone, Maloney, Beausejour, Golobart, Kiernan, Orsula.
Bradford: Duke, Darby, McHugh, McArdle, Meredith, Hines, Thompson, Doyle, Atkinson, Wells, Hanson. Subs: McLaughlin, Connell, Gary Jones, Baker, Brown, Bass, Swain.
Referee: Roger East (Wiltshire)
19.24: Aston Villa manager Paul Lambert makes five changes for the Capital One Cup fourth round tie with Swindon at the County Ground.
But there is again no place in the starting line-up for Darren Bent with Andreas Weimann preferred to the England striker.
Swindon midfielder Troy Archibald-Henville has recovered from illness and is named among the substitutes while up front is former Villa youth team player James Collins.
19.21: Sunderland manager Martin O'Neill makes five changes from the side that drew 0-0 against Stoke for tonight's Capital One Cup fourth-round tie against Middlesbrough.
Phil Bardsley makes his first start of the season at right-back in front of goalkeeper Keiren Westwood, while midfielders Stephane Sessegnon and David Vaughan take to the field along with striker Louis Saha.
Middlesbrough boss Tony Mowbray also makes five changes and hands a start to Scott McDonald, who scored both goals in last weekend's win over Bolton, while Marvin Emnes is one of those to miss out after he failed a late fitness test.
19.18: Wigan boss Roberto Martinez makes nine changes to his first XI for this evening's Capital One Cup fourth-round clash with Bradford at the DW Stadium.
Goalkeeper Ali Al Habsi and defender Ivan Ramis, who has the captain's armband, are the only survivors from Saturday's Barclays Premier League win over West Ham, with first-time Latics starters Fraser Fyvie and Danny Redmond among those coming into the team.
Arouna Kone, Shaun Maloney and Jean Beausejour are all named as substitutes, while the visitors' side also showed a considerable reshuffle, manager Phil Parkinson making six adjustments from their npower League Two defeat to Burton.
Welcome back: Phil Bardsley (right) returns to the Sunderland team
19.15: Full line-ups from the Stadium of Light:
Sunderland v Middlesbrough
Sunderland: Westwood, Bardsley, O'Shea, Cuellar, Colback, Johnson, Cattermole, Vaughan, Sessegnon, Fletcher, Saha. Subs: Mignolet, Campbell, Wickham, McFadden, Kilgallon, Meyler, McClean.
Middlesbrough: Steele, Hoyte, Hines, Bikey, Friend, Ledesma, Leadbitter, Bailey, Haroun, Miller, McDonald. Subs: Leutwiler, Zemmama, Halliday, Parnaby, Park, Reach, Smallwood.
Referee: Phil Dowd (Staffordshire)
19.12: Whatever way you look at it, with players being rested or other squad players given a chance, it looks like changes (and lots of them) are on the menu this evening.
Southampton, Arsenal and Sunderland (line-ups on the way) have contrasting squads from the weekend and that can only mean upsets…well at least in name.
19.09: Southampton manager Nigel Adkins names an entirely new team for his side's fourth round Capital One Cup clash at Championship side Leeds tonight.
All 11 players to have started Sunday's league loss to Tottenham are left out, with the likes of veteran goalkeeper Kelvin Davis, defender Jos Hooiveld and forwards Guly do Prado and Steve De Ridder all coming in, while Emmanuel Mayuka makes his debut.
Leeds omit eight-goal leading scorer Luciano Becchio after a three-game barren run, with the Argentinian one of four alterations by manager Neil Warnock from the loss to Birmingham. Goalkeeper Jamie Ashdown, defender Aidy White and midfielders Michael Brown and Luke Varney are drafted in.
19.06: From OptaJoe:
9 – Reading have faced Arsenal on nine occasions in all competitions and have lost every one of them. Delayed.
19.03: Arsenal starting XI:
Martinez, Jenkinson, Koscielny, Djourou, Miquel, Coquelin, Frimpong, Walcott, Arshavin, Gnabry, Chamakh.
19.00: So when do we start taking the Capital One Cup seriously Well if you haven't already then now is a good time to start as fourth round victory tonight means the winning sides will be just three steps away from Wembley.
It's not to be sniffed at and a fair few teams will fancy a run out at football HQ in a few months' time to grab some 'overdue' silverware…team news on the way.
Key man: Arsenal's Mikel Arteta scored their winner at the weekend