Cambridge United will be hoping to secure another upset in the second round of the FA Cup against Sheffield United, after beating Bury.
Norwich City manager Chris Hughton admits that he's wary of the threat posed by Luis Suarez, but says that Liverpool aren't a one-man team.
The emergency loan transfer window closed yesterday but just how vital it is for our region's Football League sides?
Ipswich Town have completed the signing of Irish winger Stephen Hunt on a short-term deal until January.
The 32-year-old has 39 caps for the Republic of Ireland but has been without a club since leaving League One side Wolverhampton Wanderers in the summer.
Hunt is certainly no stranger to Tractor Boys boss Mick McCarthy, with McCarthy having signed the midfielder for Wolves in 2010.
The wide man is available for Saturday's match at Blackpool, a club he ironically nearly joined earlier in the season.
Peterborough United have signed Queens Park Rangers midfielder Hogan Ephraim on a month's loan.
The 25-year-old has recently returned from a spell in the MLS with Toronto FC and has previously played in League One with Leeds United and Charlton Athletic.
The former England under-19 international will go straight into the Posh squad for this weekend's FA Cup tie against Exeter City.
Speaking to the club's official website, Ephraim said that he was looking forward to playing in front of the Peterborough United fans:
"I have played at London Road before and was on the losing side and know exactly how loud the home fans can be.
"I can play in a number of positions in midfield or behind the strikers, but obviously I am just looking to play. It is up to me to impress in training,"
Norwich City manager Chris Hughton believes that the club must not dwell on the negatives as they bid to move away from the Premier League relegation zone.
The Canaries find themselves in the bottom three after only registering eight points from their opening ten games and the pressure was only intensified by last weekend's 7-0 drubbing at the hands of Manchester City.
However, City go into the clash with fellow strugglers West Ham United on Saturday knowing that a victory will lift them above the Hammers and Hughton insists that there is still a lot to look forward to at Carrow Road.
Norwich City's John Ruddy, Anthony Pilkington and Wes Hoolahan have been called up to the England and Republic of Ireland squads respectively for the international friendlies later this month.
Ruddy, who recently signed a new contract with the Canaries, has been named as one of three goalkeepers selected by manager Roy Hodgson for the fixtures against Chile and Germany at Wembley later this month.
England squad to face Chile and Germany:
Goalkeepers: Fraser Forster (Celtic), Joe Hart (Manchester City), John Ruddy (Norwich City)
Defenders: Leighton Baines (Everton), Gary Cahill (Chelsea), Ashley Cole (Chelsea), Kieran Gibbs (Arsenal), Phil Jagielka (Everton), Glen Johnson (Liverpool), Phil Jones (Manchester Utd), Chris Smalling (Manchester Utd), Kyle Walker (Spurs)
Midfielders: Ross Barkley (Everton), Michael Carrick (Manchester Utd), Tom Cleverley (Manchester Utd), Steven Gerrard (Liverpool), Jordan Henderson (Liverpool), Adam Lallana (Southampton), Frank Lampard (Chelsea), James Milner (Manchester City), Andros Townsend (Spurs), Jack Wilshere (Arsenal)
Forwards: Jermain Defoe (Spurs), Rickie Lambert (Southampton), Jay Rodriguez (Southampton), Wayne Rooney (Manchester Utd), Daniel Sturridge (Liverpool), Daniel Welbeck (Manchester Utd)
Meanwhile, Anthony Pilkington and Wes Hoolahan have both been named in the Republic of Ireland squad for their clashes with Poland and Latvia.
The fixtures will be the first under the reign of Martin O'Neill and Roy Keane.
Canaries winger Nathan Redmond misses out on a place in the England under-21s squad with a hip injury.
Northampton Town have re-signed Leicester City striker Jacob Blyth on loan and also completed a temporary deal for Bradford City midfielder Ricky Ravenhill.
Blyth made 8 appearances for the Cobblers earlier in the season, scoring 3 times, and has now agreed to sign up to a second spell at Sixfields that will run until mid-December.
32-year-old Ravenhill has joined on a month's loan having struggled for regular minutes of late in Yorkshire, and will bring significant Football League experience to Aidy Boothroyd's side having made over 400 senior appearances.
Both players are available for Sunday's televised FA Cup fixture against Bishop's Stortford, which you can watch live on ITV Sport.
Norwich City have been hit with a £20,000 fine from the Football Association for failing to control their players in the closing stages of last month's draw with Cardiff City.
There were heated exchanges between both sets of players after Canaries midfielder Leroy Fer tried to score a goal instead of returning the ball to Cardiff goalkeeper David Marshall.
The ball was put into touch by the Bluebirds in order to allow treatment to an injury sustained by Norwich's Alex Tettey.
Both clubs were given a deadline of November 4 to respond to the charge, with the FA today confirming that Norwich City have accepted the breach.
An FA statement read: "Norwich City have been fined the standard penalty of £20,000 after admitting a breach of FA Rule E20(a) in relation to their game against Cardiff City on 26 October 2013.
"The charge was that the club failed to ensure its players conducted themselves in an orderly fashion in or around the 94th minute of this fixture."
Cardiff City decided to reject the standard penalty, despite admitting the breach, and will now face a non-personal hearing to decide their fine at a later date.
Ipswich Town fans could be about to breathe a sigh of relief after several bookmakers suspended betting on Martin O'Neill becoming the new Republic of Ireland manager.
Blues boss Mick McCarthy had been strongly linked with a return to the Irish set-up, over a decade after he left his position first-time around.
However, it now looks as though former Norwich City player and manager O'Neill will replace Giovanni Trapattoni with some newspaper reports suggesting he could be unveiled as early as next week.
Norwich City have been dealt a blow with the news that Alex Tettey is likely to be missing until the new year.
The Norwegian International has had surgery on an ankle ligament injury sustained in the closing stages of last weekend's goalless draw with Cardiff City.
The news marks a major setback for the Canaries, with Tettey beginning to form a promising central midfield partnership with Leroy Fer and Jonny Howson in recent weeks.
Mick McCarthy says he is happy enough with his first year in charge at Ipswich Town but admits that the Tractor Boys "could do better."
Since taking the reins in November last year, McCarthy has managed to save the club from relegation and guide them to a solid start to this season.
The Blues are preparing to take on McCarthy's hometown club Barnsley at Portman Road tonight, with the visitors still searching for their first away win of the campaign.
Colchester United have signed former West Ham United youngster Dominic Vose on a free transfer.
The 19-year-old has impressed whilst on trial with the U's and has put pen to paper on an initial monthly contract.
Vose left Premier League outfit West Ham in December last year before joining Barnet.
Speaking to the club's official website, U's manager Joe Dunne said that Vose could benefit from a fresh start:
"We are pleased to have him on board.
"He's had a successful trial and fits the bill of someone who has lost his way in the game a bit, but has the drive and hunger to get back into it again.
"That desire and hungry is really important to me. He will go straight into Saturday's squad for the trip to Rotherham."