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Home tie for Leeds in fourth round of EFL Cup

Chris Wood scored the winner for Leeds against Blackburn. Credit: Press Association

Leeds United will host fellow Championship side Norwich City in the fourth round of the EFL Cup.

Garry Monk's men beat Blackburn Rovers 1-0 at Elland Road on Tuesday night to progress into the fourth round.

The beat Fleetwood Town in the first round.

Hull City caretaker manager Mike Phelan celebrates as his team take the lead during the EFL Cup Credit: Press Association

Hull City, who overcame Stoke at the Bet 365 stadium will travel to Bristol City in the fourth round.

Markus Henriksen netted an injury time winner for the Tigers against the Premier League strugglers on Wednesday night with the game tied at 1-1.

Fourth round ties will be played in week commencing 26 October.


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Labour donor says party WILL split if Corbyn wins and pledges to fund a breakaway group

One of Yorkshire's richest men and one of the Labour Party's biggest individual donors has said he will fund a breakaway party in Jeremy Corbyn is re-elected.

Dr Assem Allam, who owns Hull City Football Club, has long been a critic of Mr Corbyn's leadership, describing him as unelectable.

Now he's told our Political Correspondent Daniel Hewitt it is inevitable Labour will split, and has revealed he's been in contact with senior party figures about forming a new party.

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