Northampton Town have set a new attendance record at Sixfields tonight for the visit of Manchester United in the EFL Cup third round.
7,798 supporters have crammed into the ground to watch the action.
The game is currently evenly poised at 1-1, with Alex Revell's penalty cancelling out Michael Carrick's opener.
We were able to catch up with many of our Paralympians yesterday when they flew into Heathrow - but missed out on gold medal winner Jonnie Peacock who had gone to Manchester instead.
To make up for it, 100m T44 champion, from Cambridgeshire, popped into the ITV News studio in London today.
Here's what he had to say to Jonathan Wills about adding another gold medal to his collection.
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