Colace strike puts Burnley out

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Barnsley advanced to the fourth round of the Carling Cup after edging Burnley 3-2 at Oakwell.

Jon Macken cancelled out Steven Fletcher's 22nd-minute strike just 30 seconds later, while Anderson De Silva's spectacular effort in the sixth minute of injury time gave the Tykes a half-time lead.

Burnley fought back with a goal created by Fernando Guerrero and scored by Chris Eagles, but Hugo Colace scored a bullet header with 15 minutes remaining to settle the tie.

Stoke snatched a place in the fourth round after a remarkable 4-3 win over Blackpool.

David Vaughan and Billy Clarke put the visitors 2-0 ahead but Stoke scored three times in five minutes to take the lead.

Ben Burgess drew Blackpool level just a minute later but Andy Griffin grabbed a last-minute winner to end a thrilling contest.

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