The most backed teams in the EFL Cup tonight

SWANSEA to beat at Watford

Punters fancy Championship Swansea to beat a struggling Watford side tonight. The Hornets will be licking their wounds. Swansea will arrive this day filled with confidence and find themselves in the table. They will fancy their chances to inflict much further misery on a Watford side that is bad. They’re a rather big best cost of 26/5.
Luton to be beaten by LEICESTER
Punters have been receiving their money back to beat a side that are currently finding life hard in the Championship. They have revealed glimpses of the free flowing football that served them but’ve been outclassed so far this season. Leicester are currently demonstrating they have a team quite capable of finishing this season. In winning this Luton facet They’ve been playing tremendously and should have no problems. They are a price of 4/9.
SOUTHAMPTON to beat Portsmouth
Southampton are fancied to beat at Portsmouth that has been on the first day of this year and who have won just once in their past seven matches. They’re in dire straits and tonight’s task looks rather formidable. The Saints aren’t in the ideal type but have shown lots of promise this year. There is a gulf in class between the two competitions this day and it is no wonder punters Southampton to perform the company enterprise. They are a best cost of 7/10.
ARSENAL to overcome Nottingham Forest
Arsenal are fancied to beat at Nottingham Forest this evening in what should be an entertaining experience. Arsenal produced a comeback with ten men against Aston Villa at the weekend which will give them a great deal of confidence. Nottingham Forest have been in good form and look to be challenging for promotion this season. They’re undefeated since the day of the season and are drilled unit. But they have not faced a group of Arsenal’s calibre and punters feel this evening that the Gunners will have too much for them. They’re a price of 12/25.
The four-fold overlooks an enticing 20/1.

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