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Carabao Cup third round round-up
Leyton Orient 3-2 Plymouth Argyle
Leyton Orient booked a Carabao Cup third-round tie with Tottenham Hotspur after recovering a two-goal deficit to see off Sky Bet League One outfit, Plymouth Argyle in a pulsating tie at Brisbane Road.
The O’s trailed thanks to goals from Panutche Camara and Kelland Watts at the break. However, the East Londoners produced a ‘Roy of the Rovers’ style comeback to level the score through Louis Dennis and Jobi McAnuff before Danny Johnson won it in stoppage-time with his fourth goal in as many games.
Millwall 3-1 Cheltenham Town
Millwall made seven changes to the side which face Stoke City at the weekend but progressed with the minimum fuss thanks to goals from Ryan Leonard, Connor Mahoney and Matt Smith – Finn Azaz responding for the League Two side
West Ham United 3-0 Charlton Athletic
The Hammers will face either Leeds United or Hull City at the London Stadium in round three after two goals from Sebastien Haller and a late Felipe Anderson strike saw of the Addicks.
Boss David Moyes handed Eighteen-year-old Scottish midfielder, Harrison Ashby, a debut late in the game, while Conor Coventry also got a few minutes after replacing Robert Snodgrass.