Three Football League fixtures and two Capital One Cup encounters make up a week full of live games on Sky Sports.

It all starts on Friday night when Wolverhampton Wanderers host Crawley Town in a 7:45pm kick-off.

The Sky Bet League 1 match will be the first competitive meeting between the two sides and Wolves will be confident of building on their unbeaten start following last weekend's 2-1 victory against Bristol City, while Crawley fell to a defeat against Rotherham United by the same scoreline last time out.

On Saturday, attention turns to the Sky Bet Championship as Queens Park Rangers travel north to the Reebok Stadium where they will face Bolton Wanderers at 12:15pm.

QPR have seemingly adjusted well to life back in The Football League with two wins and a draw but they come up against a team who they have struggled against in recent years - Rangers have failed to beat the Trotters since 1998.

The televised Championship action continues a day later when the two early season pace-setters, Nottingham Forest and Watford, meet at Vicarage Road.

Billy Davies' side head into the 1:15pm kick-off holding the Championship's only 100 per cent record, while the Hornets - last season's Play-Off Finalists - sit second having only dropped two points.

Attention then turns to the Second Round of the Capital One Cup with two matches being shown live on Sky Sports during midweek.

First, the cameras will be at Anfield when Liverpool host League 1 outfit Notts County on Tuesday evening.

Brendan Rodgers' men were knocked out by eventual winners Swansea City in the Fourth Round last season, while County have already notched a win in the competition this term, overcoming Fleetwood Town in Round 1 3-2 with Enoch Showunmi, Danny Haynes and Callum McGregor finding the net.

1992 was the last time the two clubs met but the Magpies' most recent success against the Reds was way back in 1956.

The second instalment of cup football comes from the Globe Arena as Morecambe entertain Newcastle United on Wednesday.

The Shrimps pulled off one of Round 1's shock results, beating Wolves 1-0 courtesy of Ryan Williams' 84th-minute free-kick, and they will hope for more of the same when they welcome Alan Pardew's side to Lancashire.

Newcastle were knocked out of the Capital One Cup early on by Manchester United last term but they have not exited the League Cup to lower division opposition since the 2003/04 season, when they lost on penalties to West Bromwich Albion, who, at the time, were competing in the second tier of English football.

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