Team news for the Second Round of the Capital One Cup.
Bournemouth: Camp, Smith, Cook, Cargill, Harte, Fraser, Gosling, O’Kane, Pugh, Rantie, Pitman.
Subs: Elphick, Daniels, Wilson, Kermorgant, Stanislas, Flahavan, Ritchie.
Northampton: Archer, Tozer, Diamond, Collins, Robertson, Mohamed, Byrom, Ravenhill, D’Ath, Richards, Sinclair.
Subs: Jackson, Duke, O’Toole, Hackett, Nicholls, Moyo, Warburton.
Referee: Carl Berry (Surrey)
Brentford: Button, Odubajo, Dean, Tarkowski, Bidwell, Jota, Toral, Tebar, Dallas, Smith, Proschwitz.
Subs: Hogan, Bonham, Gray, Diagouraga, Reeves, Moore, O’Shaughnessy.
Fulham: Bettinelli, Voser, Hutchinson, Burn, Stafylidis, Hoogland, Parker, David, Ryan Williams, McCormack, Woodrow.
Subs: Fotheringham, Bodurov, Eisfeld, Roberts, Dembele, Chihi, Joronen.
Referee: Scott Duncan (Tyne & Wear)
Burnley handed debuts to summer signings Matthew Gilks and Stephen Ward among seven changes for the visit of Sheffield Wednesday in the Capital One Cup.
Marvin Sordell, Michael Kightly, Ross Wallace, Kevin Long and Ashley Barnes also came into the side as the Premier League newboys took on Championship opposition in the second round at Turf Moor.
Owls boss Stuart Gray – who had a brief spell in caretaker charge of the Clarets – brought in former Liverpool and England goalkeeper Chris Kirkland and also gave starts to Kamil Zayatte, Jeremy Helan and Gary Madine.
Burnley: Gilks, Trippier, Long, Shackell, Ward, Wallace, Jones, Arfield, Kightly, Sordell, Barnes.
Subs: Heaton, Duff, Mee, Ings, Taylor, Reid, Jutkiewicz.
Sheff Wed: Kirkland, Palmer, Lees, Zayatte, Mattock, Semedo, Maguire, Coke, Helan, Maghoma, Madine.
Subs: Westwood, Loovens, May, Nuhiu, McCabe, Corry, Floro.
Referee: Geoff Eltringham (Tyne & Wear)
Crewe: Garratt, Tootle, Dugdale, Ray, Guthrie, Turton, Atkinson, Nolan, Waters, Oliver, Inman.
Subs: Shearer, Cooper, Saunders, Molyneux, Leigh, Haber, Grant.
Bolton: Lonergan, Threlkeld, Mills, Dervite, Ream, Feeney, Pratley, Trotter, Lester, Wilkinson, Beckford.
Subs: Mason, Danns, Hughes, Lee, Wheater, Kamara, Fitzsimons.
Referee: Tony Harrington (Cleveland)
Derby: Grant, Shotton, Keogh, Whitbread, Forsyth, Hendrick, Mascarell, Hughes, Dawkins, Best, Russell.
Subs: Christie, Bryson, Martin, Roos, Calero, Rawson, Santos.
Charlton: Pope, Gomez, Morrison, Bikey, Fox, Wilson, Cousins, Jackson, Harriott, Moussa, Tucudean.
Subs: Gudmundsson, Vetokele, Wiggins, Buyens, Church, Ben Haim, Mitov.
Referee: Graham Salisbury (Lancashire)
Siem de Jong and Rolando Aarons were handed full debuts for Newcastle’s Capital One Cup clash at Gillingham, with Jack Colback missing through injury.
Midfielder Colback has suffered a knock that is expected to leave him doubtful for Saturday’s Premier League clash with Crystal Palace. Newcastle boss Alan Pardew promoted five players from the bench from the squad that drew 0-0 with Aston Villa in league action on Saturday.
Gillingham boss Peter Taylor made four changes to the side that lost 4-1 in Sky Bet League One action at Barnsley on Saturday.
Gillingham: Bywater, Fish, Legge, Hause, Egan, Davies, Hessenthaler, Dack, Pritchard, Kedwell, McDonald.
Subs: McGlashan, Glenn Morris, German, Aaron Morris, Norris, Dickenson, Hoyte.
Newcastle: Krul, Janmaat, Coloccini, Steven Taylor, Haidara, Sissoko, Abeid, Obertan, De Jong, Aarons, Riviere.
Subs: Anita, Gouffran, Ferreyra, Perez, Cabella, Elliot, Dummett.
Referee: Oliver Langford (W Midlands)
Huddersfield: Murphy, Smith, Wallace, Lynch, Dixon, Coady, Ward, Hammill, Butterfield, Bunn, Stead.
Subs: Smithies, Scannell, Vaughan, Duane Holmes, Sinnott, Crooks, Billing.
Nottm Forest: Darlow, Hunt, Mancienne, Lascelles, Lichaj, Antonio, Tesche, Lansbury, Osborn, Veldwijk, Paterson.
Subs: Harding, Fryatt, Assombalonga, Fox, Burke, McLaughlin, Durrant.
Referee: Mark Brown (East Yorkshire)
Leicester manager Nigel Pearson made eight changes to his starting line-up for the Capital One Cup second-round tie with Shrewsbury at the King Power Stadium.
Only Paul Konchesky, Liam Moore and Riyad Mahrez survived the cut from the team beaten 2-0 at Chelsea on Saturday, with Pearson handing debuts to four players - goalkeeper Ben Hamer signed from Charlton this summer, along with three rookies in James Pearson, Michael Cain and Ryan Watson.
League Two Shrewsbury, who have made an unbeaten five-game start to the new season, showed three changes from Saturday’s 1-1 draw at Northampton.
Jermaine Grandison, Ryan Woods and James Collins all made starts, replacing Liam Lawrence, Ashley Vincent and Jean-Louis Akpa Akpro.
Leicester: Hamer, Pearson, Wasilewski, Moore, Konchesky, Knockaert, Cain, Watson, Mahrez, Taylor-Fletcher, Wood.
Subs: Morgan, King, Schlupp, Hopper, Smith, Nugent, Barmby.
Shrewsbury: Leutwiler, Grandison, Woods, Goldson, Demetriou, Knight-Percival, Gayle, Wesolowski, Clark, Collins, Mangan.
Subs: Vernon, Wildig, Caton, Robinson, Halstead, Akpa Akpro, Smith.
Referee: Simon Hooper (Wiltshire)
Middlesbrough: Konstantopoulos, Husband, Ayala, Hines, Damia, Whitehead, Clayton, Nsue, Tomlin, Adomah, Fewster.
Subs: Friend, Leadbitter, Garcia, Ledesma, Reach, Omeruo, Mejias.
Preston: Jones, Wiseman, Clarke, King, Ben Davies, Welsh, Browne, Kilkenny, Hayhurst, Hugill, Laird.
Subs: Kevin Davies, Gallagher, Garner, Woods, Little, Stuckmann, Brownhill.
Referee: Mark Haywood (W Yorkshire)
Shane Long made his full Southampton debut in their Capital One Cup clash at Millwall.
The striker, a summer signing from Hull, was joined in the starting line-up by 18-year-old left-back Matt Targett, who was making his first appearance in a Saints side showing just three changes from the goalless draw with West Brom on Saturday.
Lions boss Ian Holloway made nine changes to his line-up and handed a full debut to 20-year-old midfielder Jack Powell.
Millwall: Forde, Hoyte, Williams, Webster, Briggs, Powell, Abdou, Chaplow, Gueye, Marquis, Easter.
Subs: Gregory, Gerrar, Onyedinma, O’Brien, Goodman, Siafa, Thompson.
Southampton: Forster, Clyne, Yoshida, Fonte, Targett, Ward-Prowse, Steven Davis, Wanyama, Isgrove, Pelle, Long.
Subs: Kelvin Davis, Gardos, Ramirez, Tadic, Taider, Cork, Stephens.
Referee: Dean Whitestone (Northamptonshire)
Saidy Janko and Reece James made their debuts as Louis van Gaal looked to register his first win in charge of Manchester United at MK Dons.
Goalkeeper David de Gea was the only survivor from the team that drew 1-1 at Sunderland on Sunday.
Anderson and Shinji Kagawa made rare starts for the visitors while the home side opted to keep Arsenal loanee Benik Afobe on the bench for the Capital One Cup second-round tie at stadium:mk
Milton Keynes Dons: Martin, Baldock, Kay, McFadzean, Lewington, Carruthers, Potter, Reeves, Alli, Bowditch, Grigg.
Subs: Green, Spence, Randall, McLoughlin, Powell, Hitchcock, Afobe.
Man Utd: De Gea, Vermijl, Evans, Michael Keane, James, Janko, Anderson, Kagawa, Powell, Welbeck, Hernandez.
Subs: Januzaj, Zaha, Amos, Wilson, Pereira, McNair, Thorpe.
Referee: Stuart Attwell (Warwickshire)
Norwich: Rudd, Martin, Cuellar, Callan-McFadden, Whittaker, Josh Murphy, Elliott Bennett, Surman, Jacob Murphy, Jerome, Loza.
Subs: Ruddy, Johnson, Becchio, Hall-Johnson, McGeehan, Toffolo, Awuah.
Crawley Town: Jensen, Oyebanjo, Leacock, Walsh, Dickson, Edwards, Henderson, Smith, Bawling, Young, McLeod.
Subs: Bradley, Banya, Rose, Harrold, Tomlin, O’Connor.
Referee: Darren Deadman (Cambridgeshire)
Port Vale: Neal, Yates, Robertson, McGivern, Dickinson, O’Connor, Brown, Jennings, Dodds, Pope, Daniel.
Subs: Duffy, Williamson, Lines, Johnson, Moore, Marshall, Veseli.
Cardiff: Moore, Barnum-Bobb, Oshilaja, Cala, John, Eikrem, Ralls, Kim, Dikgacoi, Macheda, Guerra.
Subs: Burgstaller, Velikonja, Harris, Wilson, James, O’Sullivan, Owen.
Referee: David Webb (County Durham)
Scunthorpe: Olejnik, Nolan, Addison, Canavan, Williams, Adelakun, McAllister, Bishop, Hawkridge, McSheffrey, Madden.
Subs: Featherstone, Dawson, Sparrow, Taylor, Weaver, Wootton, Llera.
Reading: Federici, Gunter, Cooper, Pearce, Cummings, Blackman, Akpan, Kuhl, Mackie, Cox, Tanner.
Subs: Edwards, Taylor, Andersen, Long, Griffin, Stacey, Fosu.
Referee: Kevin Wright (Cambridgeshire)
Swindon: Foderingham, Turnbull, Nathan Thompson, Branco, Byrne, Luongo, Kasim, Louis Thompson, Brad Smith, Michael Smith, Williams.
Subs: Gladwin, Waldon, Barker, Barthram, Belford, Marshall, Holland.
Brighton: Ankergren, Calderon, Hughes, Dunk, Chicksen, Ince, Forster-Caskey, Crofts, LuaLua, Adrian Colunga, O’Grady.
Subs: Stockdale, Teixeira, McCourt, Maksimenko, Toko, Bennett, Gardner.
Referee: Andrew Madley (West Yorkshire)
Swansea handed debuts to new signings Federico Fernandez and Tom Carroll for the Capital One Cup visit of Sky Bet Championship club Rotherham.
Manager Garry Monk made 10 changes from the side which beat Burnley 1-0 on Saturday to make it two wins from two Barclays Premier League games.
Only weekend match-winner Nathan Dyer kept his place in the starting line-up for the second-round tie as Fernandez – the Argentinian defender signed from Napoli for £8million – and on-loan Tottenham midfielder Carroll featured for the first time.
Swansea: Tremmel, Tiendalli, Fernandez, Bartley, Richards, Dyer, Fulton, Carroll, Montero, Sheehan, Gomis.
Subs: Fabianski, Amat, Taylor, Ki, Shelvey, Bony, Sigurdsson.
Rotherham: Loach, Broadfoot, Wood, Morgan, Arnason, Tidser, Frecklington, Pringle, Sadler, Bowery, Revell.
Subs: Brindley, Skarz, Newton, Collin, Brandy, Swift, Derbyshire.
Referee: Stephen Martin (Staffordshire)
Walsall: O’Donnell, Kinsella, Holden, Downing, Taylor, Adam Chambers, Clifford, Grimes, Forde, Sawyers, Bradshaw.
Subs: O’Connor, Baxendale, MacGillivray, Benning, Flanagan, Morris, Bakayoko.
Crystal Palace: Hennessey, Jerome Williams, McCarthy, Delaney, Mariappa, Bannan, Guedioura, Jonathan Williams, Thomas, Gayle, Murray.
Subs: Garvan, Hangeland, Kettings, Boateng, Puncheon, KaiKai, Gray.
Referee: Darren Drysdale (Lincolnshire)
Watford: Bond, Hoban, Doyley, Tamas, Anya, Andrews, Murray, McGugan, Dyer, Vydra, Ighalo.
Subs: Gilmartin, Munari, Angella, Pudil, Fabbrini, Doherty, Byers.
Doncaster: Steer, Wakefield, McCullough, Wabara, Evina, Bennett, Keegan, De Val Fernandez, Coppinger, Tyson, Furman.
Subs: Robinson, Marosi, Wellens, Peterson, Askins, Lund, Whitehouse.
Referee: Andy Woolmer (Northamptonshire)
Record signing Brown Ideye made his first start for West Brom against Oxford in the Capital One Cup second round tie at The Hawthorns.
Ideye caught the eye as a second-half substitute at Southampton on Saturday and the Nigerian striker was handed his full debut as one of seven changes made by Baggies boss Alan Irvine.
Central defender Gareth McAuley was fit again following a calf problem, while Cristian Gamboa was included amongst the substitutes against an Oxford side showing just one change – Max Crocombe replacing on-loan goalkeeper George Long, who was ineligible.
West Brom: Myhill, Wisdom, McAuley, Dawson, Davidson, Baird, Brunt, Sessegnon, Berahino, Yacob, Ideye.
Subs: Foster, Olsson, Morrison, Gamboa, O’Neil, Mulumbu, Roofe.
Oxford Utd: Crocombe, Rose, Mullins, Wright, Newey, Collins, Riley, Brown, Ruffels, Hylton, Morris.
Subs: Hoskins, Jakubiak, Meades, Raynes, Potter, Hunt, Stephens.
Referee: James Adcock (Nottinghamshire)
West Ham manager Sam Allardyce handed full debuts to three of his summer signings for the Capital One Cup second-round visit of Sheffield United.
Diego Poyet, Enner Valencia and Diafra Sakho all came in as the Hammers made nine changes from the side that won at Crystal Palace on Saturday.
Ravel Morrison, currently on bail from an assault charge, made his first appearance of the season while teenage defender Reece Burke was also given his maiden start for the club, with Dan Potts and Guy Demel also coming into West Ham’s defensive line.
Blades boss Nigel Clough made three changes from his side’s Sky Bet League One win over Crawley as Bob Harris, Marc McNulty and Ryan Flynn came in.
West Ham: Jaaskelainen, Demel, Reid, Burke, Potts, Morrison, Diame, Poyet, Vaz Te, Valencia, Sakho.
Subs: Lee, Spiegel, Zarate, Downing, Noble, Oxford, Page.
Sheff Utd: Howard, Alcock, Collins, McGahey, Harris, Basham, Doyle, Davies, Baxter, Flynn, McNulty.
Subs: Wallace, Murphy, McEveley, Campbell-Ryce, Higdon, Reed, Turner.
Referee: James Linington (Isle of Wight)