Exeter City are due to land in Brazil later this morning ahead of their three game tour of the country. They play their first match on Sunday. The trip marks the centenary of the club's South American Tour of 1914.
Plymouth Argyle have apologised to residents living near Home Park after the stadium's alarm went off early this morning.
The system - which was being tested ahead of the new season - malfunctioned and woke up several people living in the Milehouse area.
The club says engineers are trying to fix the problem to stop it happening again.
The World cup may be in full swing in Brazil but the domestic season has a moved a step closer with the draw for the first round of the Capital One Cup.
All of our sides have home ties. Exeter City take on Championship side Bournemouth, Plymouth are up against league one Leyton Orient and Yeovil meet Gillingham.
The games will be played in the week beginning 11 August 2014.
Yeovil Town Ladies face their biggest game since they entered the Women's Super League tonight when they take on Bristol Academy in the Continental Cup at Stoke Gifford.
The match has been dubbed the "Battle of the South West" but Yeovil know they start the game as underdogs.
Defender Natalie Haigh says it's a brilliant opportunity.
Plymouth Argyle have offered a new contract to veteran and fan favourite, Paul Wotton.
The 36-year-old midfielder, now in his second spell at the club, became the Pilgrim's joint-second highest appearance maker when he played his 491st game for Argyle at Portsmouth on Saturday.
One of our viewer's has sent a great shot of some of the Yellow Army in fancy dress at Mansfield on Saturday supporting Torquay United UFC.Christopher Cookney says "We went down but had a party doing it".
Friday, 25th April
Brighton v Yeovil Town 19:45
Saturday, 26th April
Exeter City v Scunthorpe 15:00
Mansfield v Torquay United 15:00
Plymouth Argyle v Hartlepool 15:00
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Yeovil Town is facing relegation after defeat to Huddersfield at Huish Park on Easter Monday. The winning goal was scored in stoppage time, leaving the Glovers six points from safety in the Championship.
Our reporter Chris Spittles talked to Manager Gary Johnson after the match about the prospect of relegation. He said that maybe Yeovil can come back stronger next time.
Good Friday will see all of our football teams in action. Yeovil, who are bottom of the Championship, travel to Blackburn Rovers. Playoff chasing Plymouth are also in the North West to face Bury.
Exeter are away to Chesterfield, while Torquay, who could still stay up, host Dagenham and Redbridge at Plainmoor.