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Summary

  1. Burton & Bournemouth into Carabao Cup quarter-finals
  2. Burton 3-2 Nottingham Forest - League One side knock out Championship opponents
  3. Bournemouth 2-1 Norwich - Steve Cook winner for Cherries

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By Thomas Mallows and Emma Sanders

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  1. Post update

    That's all from us tonight but join us tomorrow for more Carabao Cup action which involves three of the Premier League's top five.

    See you then!

  2. Post update

    So Bournemouth and Burton Albion are through to the quarter-finals. We will find out four of the other six teams in the draw tomorrow night.

    Here's what we have got to look forward to...

    Wednesday

    Chelsea v Derby (19:45 GMT)

    Arsenal v Blackpool (19:45 GMT)

    West Ham v Tottenham (19:45 GMT)

    Middlesbrough v Crystal Palace (20:00 GMT)

    Thursday

    Manchester City v Fulham (19:45 GMT)

    TBA

    Leicester v Southampton (postponed)

    You can find previews for those games on our website by clicking here.

  3. The best of tonight's stats

    Bournemouth have now lost just one of their last 16 EFL Cup matches against lower league opposition, drawing three and winning the other 12, including each of the last five.

    There were just 99 seconds between Onel Hernandez’s equaliser for Norwich and Steve Cook’s winner for Bournemouth.

    Burton Albion have won each of their last three League Cup games against sides from a higher division – they had lost their previous three such games.

    Lewis Grabban has been directly involved in 10 goals (9 goals, 1 assist) in his last 10 games in all competitions for Nottingham Forest.

  4. 'Pretty special'

    Burton 3-2 Nottingham Forest

    Nigel Clough

    Burton manager Nigel Clough speaking to Sky Sports: "To get to the last eight as a League One club is pretty special.

    "If we had finished our chances in the first half the game would have been over, but it showed great character to come out and do it again.

    "We had a makeshift back four tonight so we thought we might have to score three times...

    “To get to the last 16 was a hell of an achievement. We’ve had our breaks but we’ve earned them and to be in the last eight is wonderful. We can’t wait for the draw."

    Can Burton get to the semi-finals? "We did it at Sheffield United. It is possible. You need a bit of luck, like we had tonight."

  5. Post update

    Burton 3-2 Nottingham Forest

    Burton striker Liam Boyce on Sky Sports: “I had a couple of half chances and the penalty but we are getting goals from everywhere. The football we are playing at the moment is brilliant.

    "We’ll take anyone at home and we’ll hopefully get into the semis."

  6. Post update

    Bournemouth 2-1 Norwich

    Mark Mitchener

    BBC Sport at Vitality Stadium

    An entertaining game which came to life in the second half - Norwich huffed and puffed a lot, and must feel they should at least be lining up for a penalty shoot-out by now.

  7. 'Definitely my goal!'

    Burton 3-2 Nottingham Forest

    Burton Fraser

    Burton midfielder Scott Fraser on Sky Sports: “Ah no, the first goal is definitely mine! It’s definitely not an own goal!

    "The first goal in any game is crucial so thankfully I put it away. I've had a lot of chances in the league but not taken them this season so thankfully I got two."

  8. Post update

    Burton midfielder Scott Fraser was told his goal wasn't actually his goal in an interview after the game. It's been put down as an own goal.

    Booooo!

  9. Post update

    FT: Bournemouth 2-1 Norwich

    Steve Claridge

    Ex-Premier League striker on BBC Radio 5 live extra

    In the second half, Bournemouth came more in to it but Norwich kept coming back at them and that chance at the end for Jordan Rhodes... I don't know how it didn't go in.

  10. FULL-TIME

    Bournemouth 2-1 Norwich

    It's all over in Bournemouth. Norwich gave it everything but Steve Cook's goal proved to be the winner.

    Bournemouth are into the last eight for the third time in the last five seasons.

    Bournemouth celebrate Steve Cook's goal
  11. FULL-TIME

    Burton 3-2 Nottingham Forest

    That's it! Burton are through!

    Jake Hesketh and Burton celebrate
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    Bournemouth 2-1 Norwich

    Poor Norwich, it just won't go in!

  13. CLOSE!

    Bournemouth 2-1 Norwich

    Artur Boruc drops it from the resulting corner but recovers in time to clear. The ball is then fired back in and substitute Jordan Rhodes has a great opportunity to head it in from a few yards out but misses the target.

    You'd have backed him to score! He was completely unmarked... what a miss!

  14. Post update

    Burton 3-2 Nottingham Forest

    Burton have the ball down by the Forest corner flag. They are edging closer.....

  15. Post update

    Bournemouth 2-1 Norwich

    Onel Hernandez leaves Diego Rico in his wake and cuts it back into the box. Artur Boruc has to tip it out for a corner after a shot is deflected off Marc Pugh.

  16. Post update

    Burton 3-2 Nottingham Forest

    The answer is no - for now - as Burton clear and play is stopped for a head injury suffered by John Brayford.

  17. Post update

    Burton 3-2 Nottingham Forest

    Nottingham Forest win a corner - is a dramatic comeback on?

  18. Post update

    Bournemouth 2-1 Norwich

    Mark Mitchener

    BBC Sport at Vitality Stadium

    Seven minutes of stoppage time signalled, to general incredulity here.

    But we've had six substitutions, a couple of bookings, the Onel Hernandez goal celebration somersault took up at least a minute, there was the Francis injury... it all adds up.

  19. GOAL - Burton 3-2 Nottingham Forest

    Arvin Appiah (91+ 2 mins)

    It's a debut goal for the young Nottingham Forest substitute - an edgy final few minutes for Burton now!

    Arvin Appiah scores for Nottingham Forest
    Arvin Appiah celebrates