There is plenty of football action on Wednesday evening and we have searched the markets to pick out three bets in the EFL Cup for the Wednesday football accumulator.
A £10 stake containing our three selections could return £163.70
Brighton to win - BET NOW
Graham Potter continues to work his magic at Brighton, who come into this on the back of an impressive 3-0 win at Newcastle on Sunday
Squad rotation is expected, as it was in this competition earlier this month against Portsmouth, but the players who came in proved themselves to be more than up to the task and they are taken to win again.
The Seagulls sauntered to a 4-0 win over Pompey and have now scored seven goals without reply in their last two games.
Preston have started the season well with two wins from four and have already scored eight goals. However, they have managed to secure only one clean sheet and there should be plenty of opportunities for the Premier League side in front of goal.
Fulham to win - BET NOW
It has been a tough start to the Premier League season for Scott Parker's Fulham, who are winless after two games, but there were encouraging signs at the weekend on their visit to Elland Road.
They were outgunned 4-3 by Leeds and welcome an unbeaten Sheffield Wednesday, who have yet to concede a goal in four games so far this season.
Parker may use this EFL Cup fixture as a chance to get some confidence into his side rather than chop and change the personnel and the prices on offer make the Premier League outfit an appealing wager.
The Cottagers won the corresponding league fixture last season 5-3, but Wednesday have looked much more solid at the back and adventurous punters may look for low-scoring scorelines in the favour of the home side.
Draw - BET NOW
These are two sides who have made bright starts to the Premier League season with two wins from two matches and both now kick-off their EFL Cup campaigns.
Arsenal have already bagged some silverware after beating Liverpool on penalties in the Community Shield and have the squad depth to go well in this competition.
Mikel Arteta's side will be buoyed by the late win against West Ham at the weekend, but will find things a lot tougher here against far superior opposition.
The Foxes started well in this competition last year, reaching the semi-finals and again look likely to be a side to keep an eye on. They have been clinical in front of goal so far this campaign with seven goals in two games.
Goals may well be on the menu in a game between two attack-minded sides, but the value is in the draw.
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£153.70 from a £10 stake