Liverpool boss, Jurgen Klopp may claimed that his team are taking this season's EFL Cup (Carabao Cup) seriously, but their fans will be thinking otherwise especially after witnessing their team getting ousted this midweek against Leicester City.
Huddersfield Town still maintaining their lead at the top of English Championship standings in this early stage of new season after grabbing a home win over Barnsley.
Playing in front of their home crowd, Huddersfield immediately put on an attacking approach which was rewarded after 27 minutes as they went one goal up through Chris Lowe.
Derby County still holding out their third place seat in England Championship standings as they picked up a home win over Barnsley.
Eager to holding down their current play offs seat, Derby were in the mood in playing an attacking football as they put on an aggressive approach since kick off.
Barnsley's survival hope is far from over as this midweek they grabbed an important away win over one of their relegation rivals, Charlton Athletic.
Both teams are eager to grab all three points that could keep them in the Championship league by the end of season.
Burnley continue their hope in challenging for the England Championship's table topping seat this season as they bagged an important home win over Barnsley on midweek.
Still sitting comfortably in second place behind Leicester City, Burnley were not keen on letting any of the remaining matches slipped as they put on an attacking effort since kick off.
Barnsley keeping their survival hope alive and well as they grabbed an important home victory over Nottingham Forest this past weekend at the Oakwel Stadium. Both sides were looking really eager in picking up maximum points for different reason as the host are keen on moving away from that bottom three seat, while Forest are determined to maintain their current play offs spot.
Barnsley keeping their survival mission going well as this weekend they grabbed an important home win over fellow bottom table dweller, Millwall. Both teams were in need of three points and immediately set off into an attacking mode, but it was the home side that made an excellent start on that tie when James O'Brien puts them in front after only four minutes of play.
Doncaster Rovers' ambition to keep themselves away got halted this weekend as they were held into a draw by another relegation dweller, Barnsley. Both teams were in dire need for points, especially the away side as they're still sitting on that bottom three seat in current England Championship league standings.
Barnsley's struggle in current England Championship campaign continue as they picked up a disappointing draw on their latest league fixture against Ipswich Town. The home side were keen on pushing for three points as they really need that result to get them away from the bottom two seat.
Barnsley reviving their chance in getting away from relegation trouble as this weekend they picked up an important home victory against mid-table side Blackpool at Oakwell Stadium. Struggling to get their season going, the home team tried to push hard for three points since kick off as they looked to please their devotees and just before half time break they eventually went a goal up thanks to Chris O'Grady penalty conversion.
Barnsley's ambition in advancing into the next stages of FA Cup fell short as this weekend they suffered a disappointing home defeat against Coventry City in the third round fixture of that competition.