Could be a top club next if Burnley beat Barnsley

Coach Michael Jolley was delighted with the performance in beating Wigan 3-0 and said: "I am really proud of the team. We have been on a good run recently and this was a fixture to showcase how we play and the lads were excellent all the way through, so I'm delighted with the win, and to progress of course.

"It's nice to win one game, but we want to go deep in this competition and equally we want to get some of the lads around the first team, which is ultimately why the development squad exists."

Ntumba Massanka scored the first two goals and the in form striker was quick to praise his team mates. "It's good for the team and myself as well to boost my confidence," he said. "The lads were excellent and it shows  that we're doing well."

The friendlies continue, beginning with a game at Liverpool tomorrow, as we await a date for the next round. These games are scheduled to be played within fourteen days of 5th October.

Once completed, the winners will move into the Round of 32. The competition at this stage, with the introduction of EPPP Category 1 clubs, will remain on a regional basis but will go national in the following Round of 16.

Qualifying Round 1 Results

North

BURNLEY 3 WIGAN 0
DONCASTER 1 PRESTON 0

South

EXETER 6 SOUTHEND 0
GILLINGHAM 1 BOURNEMOUTH 2
PLYMOUTH 2 WIMBLEDON 1
Bye: PETERBOROUGH

Qualifying Round 2 Draw

North

BOLTON v SHEFFIELD UNITED
BURNLEY v BARNSLEY
CREWE v DONCASTER
HUDDERSFIELD v NOTTINGHAM FOREST
SHEFFIELD WEDNESDAY v HULL
Bye: LEEDS

South

CARDIFF v BRISTOL CITY
COLCHESTER v BOURNEMOUTH
EXETER v PETERBOROUGH
MILLWALL v PLYMOUTH
IPSWICH v CHARLTON
QPR v BRENTFORD
WATFORD v BIRMINGHAM

The following Cat 1 clubs will join the competition in the Round of 32.

North

BLACKBURN
DERBY
EVERTON
LEICESTER
LIVERPOOL
MIDDLESBROUGH
NEWCASTLE
STOKE
SUNDERLAND

South

BRIGHTON
CHELSEA
FULHAM
NORWICH
READING
SOUTHAMPTON
SWANSEA
WEST BROM
WEST HAM
WOLVES