So there was a 10-0, a 7-0, a 6-1 and penalties galore in Tuesday night's action. How can Wednesday follow that?
With a number of England's biggest clubs taking part in the Carabao Cup and Rangers facing Livingston in the Scottish League Cup, there is loads to take us through the day.
And that's without touching all the chaos at Barcelona and injury news ahead of the weekend's Premier League schedule.
Stay with us throughout the day...
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Liverpool will take the short trip to Deepdale in the next round to take on Preston.
Two of the remaining EFL sides go head-to-head with each other.
Nuno Espirito Santo's side will take a trip up to Lancashire to take on Sean Dyche's Burnley.
The fixture that was only just played in the Premier League this weekend will be played again soon in the cup, the King Power Stadium the arena this time around.
David Moyes' next mission in the Carabao Cup is to take on the other side of Manchester.
It'll be the fabled wet and windy midweek game for Thomas Frank's side in the next round.
It's a trip to north London for Marcelo Bielsa's side.
Chelsea will welcome Southampton to Stamford Bridge.
Manchester United 0-1 West Ham
Arsenal 3-0 AFC Wimbledon
Millwall 0-2 Leicester
Wolves 2-2 Tottenham (penalties to come)
Chelsea 1-1 Aston Villa (penalties to come)
Stunning finish from the young striker seals Wimbledon's fate.
What a moment for the 19-year-old academy product!
He equalises at Stamford Bridge and Villa are right back in this tie.
Wolves are level!
From 2-0 down the home side are right back in it.
There he is!
The German striker heads home a Reece James cross.
🔵 1-0 🟣
This time next year, the Premier League will again be in full swing but we will also have the Qatar World Cup on the horizon, due to start in November 2022.
The Premier League has proposed that next season's campaign would stop after the weekend of November 12 before fixtures resumed again on 26 December, while the season would start a week earlier and end a week later.
Both the FA Cup and UCL final will be moved to June - all to accommodate this frankly stupid winter World Cup.
Still... It's Coming Home.
Brighton 2-0 Swansea
Manchester United 0-1 West Ham
Arsenal 1-0 AFC Wimbledon
Chelsea 0-0 Aston Villa
Millwall 0-0 Leicester
Wolves 1-2 Tottenham
Not a goal the hosts deserved, but it has put them back in the tie.
From a set piece, the defender gets up and heads home.
The early kick-off has gone as expected as in-form Brighton take a healthy lead into the dressing room against Championship team Swansea.
A brace from Aaron Connolly has given them the advantage.
What a start for Spurs!
Harry Kane gets on the scoresheet after Dele Alli picks out the England captain and he does the rest.
Decent return for Nuno at Wolves!
Tanguy Ndombele does it all by himself!
He wins the ball back and finishes past the goalkeeper to put the away side in front.
Elsewhere tonight, Juventus have won their first league match of the season with a 3-2 win at Spezia.
They were 2-1 down but goals from Federico Chiesa and Matthijs De Ligt turned the match around.
The 7.45PM games are underway!
We will bring you all the latest updates here.
Pep Guardiola thinks he should be able to throw all his under-23s out for the Carabao Cup. Yet his Manchester City side have won the last four editions!
It was on this day in 2005 that Jonathan Woodgate made his Real Madrid debut. It's fair to say there has never been a debut like it!
Morten Gamst Pedersen, he of the brilliant goals for Blackburn Rovers back in the day, is still playing, it turns out. At the age of 40, he's still getting the job done for Alta, a club located 400km above the Arctic Circle.
It's official. Derby County have now been placed into administration and handed a 12-point deduction in the Championship.
More to follow.
Liverpool's planned expansion of the Anfield Road End at Anfield will now take place ahead of plan, extending the capacity at the stadium to 61,000 for the beginning of the 2023-24 season.
The Colombian's signing from Everton is about to become official.
Ronald Koeman has defended his record at Barcelona in an unusual press conference in which he read out a statement and then left without answering any questions.
According to reports, the club didn't know that was what he planned to do 😳
Manchester United, Wolves and Celtic have been among those to have rail seating installed already, but safe standing areas may now become more widespread.
Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says Alex Telles could be back soon, but it will be a little while longer yet before Marcus Rashford will return from his shoulder operation. "Yeah it’s going well. They’ve worked really hard, both of them. Alex is a bit further on than Marcus. I don’t think we’ll see Marcus until after the international break but Alex has worked well and will be in the squad as well."
Brentford's great start to the season continued last night as they stuck seven past Oldham Athletic for their biggest ever League Cup victory.
He's the 60-year-old vice-president of Suriname and owns the team... I wonder how he got picked.
There was plenty of Carabao Cup action last night. Here's The Sportsman's full round-up.
At a time when there's still some people unable to see family from across borders, this was fantastic.
Great initiative from Gary Neville and his partners at University Academy 92.
The first mention of the day has to go to Sarina Wiegman's Lionesses, who beat Luxembourg 10-0 on Tuesday in a second successive convincing performance following Friday's 8-0 battering of North Macedonia.