Burnley are the current leaders of the Championship, looking to continue that form in the Carabao Cup.
The Clarets reached the League Cup semi-finals in both 1983 and 2009, and are dreaming of something similar.
So far this season, Vincent Kompany’s team have seen off Shrewsbury Town; Samuel Bastien the only scorer at the New Meadow.
However, at the weekend, Burnley were beaten 5-2 by Sheffield United, despite leading 2-1 at half time at Bramall Lane.
So, going into Sunday’s Lancashire derby against Blackburn, the Clarets are just two points clear of their local rivals.
Before then, will they march on in the League Cup?
Crawley Town meanwhile are the only side, so far, to beat a Premier League outfit in this season’s Carabao Cup.
Back in August, Tom Nichols and James Balagizi were on target as they dumped out Fulham at Broadfield Stadium.
This was a remarkable result for the Red Devils, given that they’re currently 19th down in League Two.
So, victory for Lewis Young’s team would match Crawley’s best-ever run in this tournament.
Will Burnley’s quality see them prevail at Turf Moor?