AS IT HAPPENED: Oxford United 2-2 Millwall (4-2 on penalties)

Millwall take on Oxford United at the Kassam Stadium for a place in the third round of the EFL Cup. 

The Lions defeated West Brom 2-1 away in the first round, while Oxford knocked out Peterborough with a 1-0 home win.

Follow the updates here.

22.00: All over, Millwall blow it, Oxford through 4-2 on penalties.

21.40: We really spoke too soon. Henry scores from the spot after McCarthy fouled in the box.

21.33: We spoke too soon, Sykes pulls one back.

21.30: Looks like Millwall will go through with just five minutes left here and some home fans already leaving the stadium.

21.10: Thompson on for Elliott, O'Brien goes up front.

21.02: Bodvarsson for the hat-trick…post!

21.01: GOAL! Bodvarsson heads in McCarthy's cross for 2-0.

20.54: First half-chance after the break but Mitchell heads Ferguson's cross over.

20.31: Sides trade a couple of poor free-kicks as Fergie's hits the wall and Hall's goes well over.

20.16: GOAL! Elliott finds Bodvarsson in the box, and the Iceland international beats Eastwood at the near post for his first Millwall goal.

20.09: Chance for Millwall but Eastwood saves Hutchinson's header.

20.00: No goalmouth action so far as both sides feel each other out. The Lions have had most of the ball but not doing much with it.

19.51: Millwall are playing a midfield diamond, O'Brien behind Bodvarsson and Elliott.

19.26: Quite a few 'names' in the Oxford squad.

Huge things were expected of Ben Woodburn, and he's still only 19, but a loan move from Liverpool to Sheffield United didn't work out last season. He's on loan here for the season from the Reds.

Former QPR striker Jamie Mackie starts, while former Millwall winger James Henry is on the bench. Former Leicester defender Elliott Moore also starts.

19.14: Yikes, that's young.

19.00: And the Oxford side:

18.50: Here's the Lions side, and there's a full debut for Billy Mitchell.

Millwall team to play Oxford: Steele; McCarthy, Hutchinson, Cooper, Ferguson; Mitchell, Molumby, Williams, O'Brien; Bodvarsson, Elliott.

Subs: Bialkowski, M Wallace, Thompson, Smith, Romeo, Leonard, Mahoney.

18.20: The Millwall squad is here, and it's a strong one. There will be changes but the line-up will have enough quality to win this one.