The football action comes thick and fast. Today it's the turn of the Carabao Cup and the women's international scene to take centre stage.
Manchester City v Wycombe Wanderers, Fulham v Leeds United and Norwich City v Liverpool are among the stand-outs in the League Cup, while England head to Luxembourg in a Women's World Cup qualifying fixture coming off the back of Friday's 8-0 win over North Macedonia.
There's also the build-up to tomorrow's Carabao Cup schedule and there are managerial moves happening in the Championship, so stick with The Sportsman throughout Tuesday for all the latest.
Man City's Phil Foden scored this absolute worldie against Wycombe earlier
QPR 2-2 Everton (QPR win 8-7 on penalties)
Preston 4-1 Cheltenham
Fulham 0-0 Leeds (Leeds win 6-5 on penalties)
Brentford 7-0 Oldham
Watford 1-3 Stoke
Wigan 0-2 Sunderland
Norwich 0-3 Liverpool
Burnley 4-1 Rochdale
Sheffield Utd 2-2 Southampton (Southampton win 4-2 on penalties)
Man City 6-1 Wycombe
QPR 2-1 Everton
Preston 2-0 Cheltenham
Fulham 0-0 Leeds
Brentford 5-0 Oldham
Watford 0-1 Stoke
Wigan 0-1 Sunderland
Norwich 0-1 Liverpool
Burnley 0-0 Rochdale
Sheff Utd 1-1 Southampton
Man City 3-1 Wycombe
Minamino gives Jurgen Klopp's men an early advantage at Carrow Road in the Carabao Cup
The ball falls to Minamino in the box and he strikes under the goalkeeper from five yards out to put Liverpool in front!
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We're only 30 minutes into England's World Cup qualifier against Luxembourg but it's already 3-0 and Ellen White has a brace. She's now just three goals away from equalling the Lionesses' all-time goalscoring record.
Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel looks ahead to Aston Villa's visit to Stamford Bridge in the Carabao Cup on Wednesday night.
Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta talks to the press ahead of the Gunners' Carabao Cup tie with AFC Wimbledon on Wednesday night
It goes from bad to worse for Reading as it is being reported that defender Michael Morrison has picked up a knee injury that leaves the club without any fit senior centre-backs.
Liverpool coach Pep Lijnders insists that Takumi Minamino has a future at the club.
Juventus boss Massimiliano Allegri was visibly fuming at his Juventus players following their 1-1 draw with AC Milan on Sunday as they still search for their first win of the season, as well as being in the bottom three
FIFA have handed Hungary a two-game stadium ban and fined £160k for the racist abuse aimed at England players in the friendly played in Budapest earlier this month.
Like Derby County, Reading are in trouble over the breach of spending rules and a big deduction may be on its way for the Royals.
Robert Lewandowski has got his hands on the gold after finishing as the top scorer in Europe last season.
Looks like Mauricio Pochettino might have made the right call to replace Lionel Messi at the weekend after all!
He'll have another check on Thursday before the weekend.
After all the talk about Jesse Lingard on Sunday, today is the seventh anniversary of Frank Lampard's own non-celebration against Chelsea when playing for Manchester City.
Steve Cooper is stepping into a bit of cauldron at Nottingham Forest given the number of changes there in recent years, but our Kris Voakes believes he has every right to think he can be the man to turn Forest's fortunes around.
Could Andrea Pirlo really be the next Barcelona manager if they sack Ronald Koeman?
The New England Patriots naturally have a lot of hangers-on, but here's one we didn't expect. Following their first win of the NFL season last weekend they were joined in the locker room by Fifa president Gianni Infantino, of all people.
We'll get back on to Barcelona later, but let's give credit to a great Granada performance at the Camp Nou last night. A team with only two points and two goals went to Catalunya and grabbed a point, nearly taking all three.
Sarina Wiegman saw her England team win 8-0 in her opening game in charge on Friday, but their profligacy in that game means the new manager will be keen to see improvements in front of goal against Luxembourg tonight.
We're all expecting another three points for England tonight when they take on Luxembourg, kick-off at 19:15 BST.
Ronald Koeman has defended his Barcelona side's style, along with his decision to use Gerard Pique and Luuk de Jong as a makeshift strikeforce late on in the 1-1 draw with Granada on Monday night.
"Look at our squad list. We did what we could," the Dutchman said. "We don't have the players from the tiki-taka days. We have to play with our own style."
Today marks the 27th anniversary of Gary Lineker's retirement from playing. Long before Walkers Crisps and Match of the Day, Lineker was a wonderful striker for club and country.
Sky Sports News are reporting that Steve Cooper has agreed to take over at Nottingham Forest, replacing Chris Hughton, who was sacked last week. Cooper left Swansea City in the summer after leading them to the Championship play-off final.