There will be a few EFL Cup fixtures tonight, and we've picked four matches for an accumulator bet.
If they all land, you get a price of 10.54 on a four-leg multi. Take a look at our selections and take single bets or risk it for a big reward on a four-leg slip.
🏟 Brighton vs Man United
Brighton can count themselves rather unfortunate to have lost 3-2 to United when the teams met last time out in the Premier League. Bruno Fernandes' penalty in the 100th minute got the Red Devils out of jail, but they are likely to field a significantly different starting XI for this EFL Cup round of 16 tie. Perhaps it's asking too much for a repeat of the five-goal thriller that we witnessed just four days prior, but this should still have goals in it.
🏟 Newport vs Newcastle United
League Two side Newport County continue their EFL Cup journey here against Premier League outfit Newcastle. The magpies hammered Morecambe last time out but they'll find things a little trickier against a Newport side that has won their last three matches at home. The last two saw goals at both ends. We are backing that outcome, and for Newcastle's extra class to get them through.
🏟 Everton vs West Ham United
Everton is sitting pretty atop the Premier League with three wins from three, and now Carlo Ancelotti's side will be eyeing progress to the EFL Cup quarterfinals. The Toffees' last three matches across all competitions have all seen goals at both ends, including a 5-2 win at Fleetwood Town in the last round. The Hammers arrive at Goodison Park full of confidence after they beat Wolves 4-0 last time out in the Premier League. We expect this to be a high-quality cup tie.
🏟 Burnley vs Man City
Burnley has lost both of their Premier League matches this season to underline a frustrating start for Sean Dyche. Next up for them in the EFL Cup is Man City, who will be licking their wounds after a shock 5-2 defeat at home to Leicester. City has won this trophy five times in the last seven seasons and their extra squad depth and quality will get them through here.