Tuesday’s Carabao Cup tips: Will the Foxes hunt down the Wolves?

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The Carabao Cup dominates the midweek of football as the Premier League big boys join the party.

Tuesday night sees a huge ten matches and we’ve got the odds and previews of the best of the action…

Manchester United v Derby County

Man United are looking to return to winning ways at home to Derby County tonight.

The Red Devils are hot favourites at 2/11 to advance to round four.

But Derby will take some consolation from the fact that United have dropped four points at home already this season.

The Rams and both teams to score is 33/1.

Millwall v Fulham

Fulham won both fixtures of this London derby on their way to Championship promotion last season.

The Cottagers ran out 3-0 winners at The New Den.  They invested heavily in the off-season and it’s 18/1 for a repeat result.

Millwall may have only won one league game this season but have kept the core of the squad that came so close to a play-off spot last season.

However, Fulham have their star striker Aleksandar Mitrovic bang in form and the Serbian is 4/1 to grab the first goal.

Preston v Middlesbrough

Second-place versus 24th in the Championship lock horns at Deepdale tonight. All signs point to a comfortable Middlesbrough win at 2/1.

Preston have lost the last six leagues games on the spin but did beat Leeds United in the last round of this competition.

Alex Neil will be hoping a win at 7/5 would be a catalyst for transforming their season. But Boro have kept seven clean sheets this season and are 4/1 to win to nil.

West Bromwich Albion v Crystal Palace

Crystal Palace will be keen to get back on the score-sheet following their 0-0 draw with Newcastle United last weekend.

Wilfried Zaha usually scores when Palace win and he’s 9/2 to score first.

West Brom are on a good run of form though, the Baggies haven’t lost in a month since falling 1-0 to Middlesbrough.

This could be a real tussle with Over 3.5 Goals in the match at 5/2.

Wolves v Leicester City

Wolves are enjoying life back in the Premier League for the first time since Sergio Aguero won Man City’s first Premier League title in the 2011-12 season.

But in the Carabao Cup tonight they come up against a Leicester City side that dished out their only loss of the season so far.

Leicester could keep star men Jamie Vardy and James Maddison in the side, with the Foxes 11/10 to down the Wolves.

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