If you want to win today, you are definitely in the right place!
There is a lot of football action in the EFL Cup today, with a few clashes in the UEFA Champions League too!
Here's a little more insight as to why I made these picks today, with relevant stats for each fixture on my bet slip.
Stoke City vs Gillingham
Stoke City are in good home form and the last times these two sides met, both found the back of the net in a 3-1 win to Stoke.
We back a home win today, given their home form and the fact that no match between these two sides has ended in a draw.
Fleetwood Town vs Everton
Three successive wins in all competitions, the latest one being a 5-2 win over West Bromwich Albion, have left everyone associated with the Toffees feeling optimistic that they can mount a bid for European qualification and silverware.
Fleetwood, on the other hand, have endured a hectic start to the season, already participating in five matches in three competitions since September 1.
They were well on course for a fifth successive win at the weekend when leading Peterborough United heading into the added-on time, only for their hosts to dramatically score twice during five extra minutes.
We back the Everton to get the result today.
Fulham vs Sheffield Wednesday
With two defeats having been suffered in the Premier League, Scott Parker would be forgiven for feeling downbeat about his side's current efforts since promotion from the Championship.
Seven goals have been conceded during those matches, four of which came during a thrilling game against fellow top-flight newcomers Leeds United.
We back over 2.5 goals today, given that Fulham have looked anything but secure in defence.
Preston vs Brighton & Hove Albion
Preston have endured a mixed start to the season, combining a run to this stage of the competition with just one point being recorded from their opening two Championship games.
Brighton head into this cup tie off the back of an excellent 0-3 win at Newcastle over the weekend and that is seven goals scored and none conceded in their last two games.
Defensive lapses have cost Preston so far and you would expect this Brighton side to overpower them here.
The Seagulls have somewhat underperformed in this competition over the years but they look likely to reach the fourth for only the second time since 1980.