An almost full programme of EFL action went ahead on Saturday after the FA Cup second round last weekend saw many clubs in League One and League Two otherwise engaged. A wintry blast of snow flurries made for tricky conditions in the north, but games at Bury and Accrington were the only postponements. Meanwhile, down south, Charlton Athletic were celebrating a special anniversary - but Portsmouth proved to be party poopers. Here are some of the stories that may have escaped your attention.
Ten non-league clubs go into this weekend's FA Cup second round knowing they are 90 minutes away from potentially being drawn against a Premier League or Championship side. BBC Sport assesses the chances of five of them who face Football League opposition and have already created their own bit of history with upsets in previous rounds.
Harlequins make eight changes to the side beaten by Bath as England internationals Mike Brown, Danny Care, Joe Marler and Chris Robshaw return.Renaldo Bothma makes his debut at flanker as Jamie Roberts is back at centre and prop Elia Elia and lock George Merrick are named in the pack.Quins director of rugby John Kingston is forced into a late change after Marcus Smith failed a late fitness test.James Lang starts alongside Care at half-back with Ian Prior, predominantly a scrum-half, as cover...
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