How I tipped

Carlisle 1 - 3 Portsmouth 

Portsmouth came from behind to beat Carlisle and register a rare win which eases the pressure on boss Paul Hart.
Pompey's dreadful run of results looked set to continue when Ian Harte smashed home an early penalty following an Aaron Mokoena foul on Joe Anyinsah. 
But a great strike from Aruna Dindane on debut and a Danny Webber header turned things around for the visitors. 
Anthony Vanden Borre lost his marker to easily make it three but Carlisle can still be proud of a battling display. 
No-one will be more pleased with the display than Hart, who has watched his side start the Premier League with a record-breaking six consecutive defeats. 
His job is still anything but safe, but he will certainly be feeling more comfortable on the 300-mile journey back to the south coast than he did on the long trip north.


Peterborough 2 - 0 Newcastle 

Peterborough dominated a much-changed and disappointing Newcastle side to reach the fourth round of the Carling Cup for the first time since 1994.
Craig Mackail-Smith put the hosts ahead early on with a sharp header before Tom Williams made it two from 18 yards. 
And it should have been a much greater margin, with Mackail-Smith and Aaron McLean both hitting the bar. 
Danny Guthrie saw red for a second yellow card after the break, allowing the hosts to ease to a comfortable win. 
It should have come as no surprise that the London Road crowd saw such a poor performance from the visitors after Chris Hughton made nine changes to the side that beat Plymouth. 
Steven Taylor and Peter Lovenkrands were the only survivors of that game for the Magpies, with four youngsters handed their debuts.