EFL League Cup fourth round tips
FootyOn’s EFL League Cup fourth round tips for the ties on October 24-25 include fancies in all eight games.
The Carabao Cup returns this midweek and we’re already at the last 16 stage.
Top teams, including holders Manchester United, Manchester City, Tottenham, Arsenal and Chelsea have all avoided one another in the draw.
Will they make it through to the quarter-finals?
Meanwhile, there’s money to be made betting on eight ties.
Read on for our League Cup fourth round tips…
Arsenal v Norwich City
The Gunners have won, but conceded to the Canaries in two of the last three encounters at the Emirates.
With Arsene Wenger likely to make changes for this, visiting Norfolk side Norwich can grab a goal but go down again.
Chosen bet: Arsenal to win and both teams to score
Best price: 13/10 with BetVictor.
Bournemouth v Middlesbrough
Boro haven’t scored at Dean Court since 1991, so the lengthy trip to the south coast clearly doesn’t suit.
Back Eddie Howe’s Cherries for a second win over Middlesbrough without conceding this year, then, after their important away result at Stoke City.
Chosen bet: Bournemouth to win to nil.
Best price: 21/10 with Paddy Power.
Bristol City v Crystal Palace
The Eagles have an awful record at Ashton Gate and their cup run looks likely to come to an end now they’re away from home.
Roy Hodgson has bigger fish to fry, so the Robins can swoop on beleaguered Palace here.
Chosen bet: Bristol City to win in 90 minutes
Best price: 8/5 with BetVictor.
Leicester City v Leeds United
Four of the last six fixtures featuring the Foxes against the Whites have contained one goal or fewer.
Both teams will fancy their chances of progressing, Leeds especially as Leicester still have no permanent successor to Craig Shakespeare in the King Power Stadium home dugout.
Chosen bet: Under 1.5 goals in game
Best price: 100/30 with BetVictor.
Manchester City v Wolves
Pep Guardiola’s team have landed victories without conceding in four of their last six matches.
This is a far sterner test than Championship leaders Wolves will get in their own division, so they could well draw a blank at the Etihad.
Chosen bet: Man City to win to nil
Best price: 11/10 with Paddy Power.
Swansea City v Manchester United
Live on Sky Sports Football and Main Event, kick-off: 19:45 BST
Three of the last five Liberty Stadium battles between these two have contained four goals or more.
That includes a 4-0 victory for Jose Mourinho’s Red Devils earlier this season, so side with that in the under/over total market.
Chosen bet: Over 3.5 goals in game
Best price: 23/10 with BetVictor.
Chelsea v Everton
Given the Toffees’ league struggles and the fact the Blues have held a half-time lead in the last two Stamford Bridge battles between them, it’s surprising to find this outcome being odds against.
Everton have failed to win all but two of the last 13 matches and have drawn a blank in front of goal in five of those, so Antonio Conte’s team appeal.
Chosen bet: Chelsea/Chelsea in the half-time/full-time betting.
Best price: 21/20 with BetVictor.
Tottenham v West Ham United
Live on Sky Sports Football and Main Event, kick-off: 20:00 BST
Three of the last five London derbies between Spurs and the Hammers have contained five goals.
Given how poor Slaven Bilic’s boys are playing at the back and rampant Wembley win over Liverpool son Sunday, side with this outcome again.
Chosen bet: Over 4.5 goals in game
Best price: 31/10 with BetVictor.
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