If you followed our three tips on Monday (Aston Villa Under, Man City Over and AC Milan Win), congratulations, You are a winner.
Let’s see what Tuesday has in store for us; shall we?
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Luton Vs Man United – 10:15pm
Manchester United return to action few days after losing to Crystal Palace in Premier League at Old Trafford.
The Red Devils take a trip to face Championship side Luton Town in EFL cup in what is expected to be a tricky encounter at Kenilworth Road.
Luton have won their opening four games so far, beating Barnsley and Derby County in the league and have eliminated Norwich and Reading out of this tourney, a testament of how strong they are currently.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer on the other hand, will be targeting silverware this season, and this EFL cup provides a right platform for his targets. However, he has already said that he will be making changes to his squad, with goalkeeper Henderson, Wan Bissaka, Baily, Greenwood, Van De Beek and Ighalo all expected to start.
Who to Trust? The odds on Man United win are not appealing and not worth our attempt. Luton would have had a big say in this one if they had home support but backing them is a big ask. Let’s play it safe here, Both Teams to score looks highly possible.
West Ham Vs Hull – 9:30pm
West Ham host Hull City in the third round of the EFL Cup.
The winners of this Carabao Cup third round tie will face a fourth round trip to Fleetwood Town or Everton.
The encounter at London stadium brings together two different teams with differing targets; West Ham will obviously want to retain their place in the league, which is of course under threat after their poor start.
Hull on the other hand want to bounce back in Championship after they were relegated to League one last season.
The hammers will feel hard done by a late goal against Arsenal which made it two losses from as many but deep down, David Moyes, knows that he has done much wrongly.
Hull have beaten Gillingham and Crewe in League one but twice needed penalty shootouts to eliminate Sunderland and Leeds United. Could lightning struck thrice?
Who To Trust? West Ham are obviously going to make changes in their starting lineup with the likes of Snodgrass, Lanzini, Yamolenko and Haller starting. I believe they have a point to prove and will be handful the league one side. Bet on Home win.
Krasnodar Vs PAOK – 10pm
Its the Champions League Qualifiers as Russian side Krasnodar host Greek opponents PAOK Thessalonika at Stadion FK.
PAOK have beaten Benfica and Besiktas to reach this level, a big manifest of how badly they want to reach the group stages.
The Russians on the other hand, will be playing their first games in Champions League Qualifiers after finishing third last season in the Russian League.
This season so far back at home, Krasnodar have been impressive, they have played seven games, losing only twice but beat Khimki 7-2 last time.
Who To Trust? This is a two-legged tie. Each team wants to maximise home advantage so the hosts will be on pressure to perform. But in so doing, they would want to keep deny PAOK an away goal while the Greek sides are in Russia for a result which they can easily overturn back home. I expect a close and tight fixture. I am tipping an Under 2.5 goals.
Best of luck
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