Checkatrade Trophy: Yeovil cause upset against MK Dons

Robbie Neilson
Robbie Neilson was in the stands for MK Dons' 0-0 draw with Charlton on Saturday

Robbie Neilson's first game as MK Dons boss ended in a 4-1 defeat by Yeovil in the Checkatrade Trophy second round.

The Dons, 19th in League One, went ahead through Alex Lacey's own goal but the League Two side scored four second-half goals to reach the last 16.

Elsewhere, Matt Jarvis played his first game in seven months for Norwich Under-21s against Swansea Under-21s.

Oliver McBurnie scored the only goal to beat 10-man Canaries 1-0 in a game attended by 785 supporters.

On Monday, Wolves Under-21s were the first side into last 16, beating Sunderland Under-21s 4-3 on penalties.

Who else is through?

On Tuesday, Blackpool beat League Two Doncaster Rovers in an 18-penalty shootout after a 1-1 draw in 90 minutes, while Scunthorpe and Oxford also went through on spot-kicks after 1-1 draws with Morecambe and Southend respectively.

Brighton's Under-21s became the third development side into the third round after a 2-1 win at League One side Wimbledon.

Up to five development teams could be in the last 16, as Southampton and Reading play each other on 21 December, while Leicester Under-21s face Cheltenham on 10 January in a match postponed because of the Foxes' Champions League fixtures.

Chesterfield beat League One rivals Rochdale on penalties after both sides were reduced to 10 men, and League Two side Luton came from behind to beat League One Swindon 3-2.

Mansfield are the other side to have secured a spot in the next round, with Danny Rose scoring a late winner in their 3-2 victory at Carlisle.