Capital One Cup Third Round Betting Tips 2012

We enter the League cup and the form that Everton have been in, we install them as our favourites for the title, which are a fair 12/1 shot general.

There is some value to be had in Tuesdays ties and we think that qualification and both teams to score markets are the markets to be had.

Both teams to score

We expect Chelsea to field a weakened side against championship Wolves with BetVictor being generous at 20/21 for both to score. Wolves had both teams score in all matches in this competition and although Chelsea have conceded just two goals in the premiership, the 20/21 is great value. Check team news before taking the punt.

MK Dons have knocked out Blackburn and Cheltenham en route to their meeting with Sunderland. MK Dons have seen both teams scoring in all league cup games thus far, with the last two of their domestic games with the same outcome. They play Sunderland who have drawn all their games this season domestically and both teams have scored in all of their last three. Blue Square are 3/4 for both to score and this is a great price in reflection.

Our last game on this market is between Southampton and Sheffield Wednesday. Wednesday will feel they have something to prove after their disappointing start to their domestic campaign. The majority of their games have seen both teams scoring and their opponents Southampton have seen all but one game see both teams scoring. Blue Square are best 7/10 for the both teams outcome, which is a terrific price

Recommended betting:

Both teams to score:

Chelsea/Wolves 20/21 BetVictor *Subject to team news
MK/Sunderland – 3/4 Blue Square
Southampton/Sheffield Wednesday – 7/10 Blue Square

To qualify (All singles)
Everton: 45/100 BetVictor
West Ham: 1/2 Will Hill
Reading: 17/10 Bwin

Best match odds courtesy of oddschecker:

Man City (1/3) v (51/10) Aston Villa (41/4)
Swindon (11/8) v (45/17) Burnley (26/11)
Bradford (18/19) v (25/9) Burton (16/5)
Leeds (117/29) v (53/17) Everton (5/6)
Preston North End (9/5) v (23/9) Middlesbrough (17/10)
Southampton (4/5) v (49/16) Sheffield Wednesday (4)
MK Dons (11/4) v (38/15) Sunderland (6/5)
Crawley (13/5) v (18/7) Swansea (5/4)
West Ham (18/19) v (25/9) Wigan (18/5)
Chelsea (2/7) v (65/12) Wolverhampton (122/11)