EFL Cup Predictions & Betting Tips England

Our League Cup predictions & betting tips are all here, along with up-to-date EFL Cup statistics. Select a match to see more in-depth EFL Cup game predictions & team stats.

Preston North End
Preston North End
Brighton
Brighton
2020-09-23 18:00:00
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Fulham
Fulham
Sheffield Wednesday
Sheffield Wednesday
2020-09-23 18:00:00
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Millwall
Millwall
Burnley
Burnley
2020-09-23 18:00:00
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Stoke City
Stoke City
Gillingham
Gillingham
2020-09-23 18:00:00
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Leicester City
Leicester City
Arsenal
Arsenal
2020-09-23 18:45:00
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Chelsea
Chelsea
Barnsley
Barnsley
2020-09-23 18:45:00
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Fleetwood Town
Fleetwood Town
Everton
Everton
2020-09-23 18:45:00
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Morecambe
Morecambe
Newcastle United
Newcastle United
2020-09-23 18:45:00
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Bristol City
Bristol City
Aston Villa
Aston Villa
2020-09-24 18:00:00
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Lincoln City
Lincoln City
Liverpool
Liverpool
2020-09-24 18:45:00
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Manchester City
Manchester City
Bournemouth
Bournemouth
2020-09-24 18:45:00
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Top Scorers

Player Team Goals
Sébastien Haller
West Ham United
West Ham United West Ham
4
Tristan Abrahams
Newport County
Newport County Newport
3
James Collins
Luton Town
Luton Town Luton
3
Lucas João
Reading
Reading Reading
3
Tom Barkhuizen
Preston North End
Preston North End Preston
2
Ched Evans
Fleetwood Town
Fleetwood Town Fleetwood
2
Ashley Fletcher
Middlesbrough
Middlesbrough Boro
2
Joe Garner
Wigan Athletic
Wigan Athletic Wigan
2
Danny Johnson
Leyton Orient
Leyton Orient Orient
2
Lewis Montsma
Lincoln City
Lincoln City Lincoln
2
Josh Morris
Fleetwood Town
Fleetwood Town Fleetwood
2
Kasey Palmer
Bristol City
Bristol City Bristol City
2
Hal Robson-Kanu
West Bromwich Albion
West Bromwich Albion West Brom
2
Freddie Sears
Ipswich Town
Ipswich Town Ipswich
2
Antoine Semenyo
Bristol City
Bristol City Bristol City
2
Matt Smith
Millwall
Millwall Millwall
2
Mallik Wilks
Hull City
Hull City Hull City
2
Andriy Yarmolenko
West Ham United
West Ham United West Ham
2
Lucas Akins
Burton Albion
Burton Albion Burton
1
Ezgjan Alioski
Leeds United
Leeds United Leeds Utd
1

Best Defending Teams

Overall
Bristol City 0
Brighton & Hove Albion 0
Barnsley 0
Everton 0
0
Home
Bristol City 0
Preston North End 0
Brighton & Hove Albion 0
Everton 0
Northampton Town 0
Away
0
Barnsley 0
Sheffield Wednesday 0
Luton Town 0
Stoke City 0

Worst Defending Teams

Overall
Portsmouth 7
Hull City 6
Bradford City 6
Middlesbrough 5
Plymouth Argyle 5
Home
Bradford City 5
Middlesbrough 5
Burton Albion 4
Luton Town 4
Crawley Town 3
Away
Portsmouth 7
Hull City 6
Mansfield Town 4
Northampton Town 4
Harrogate Town 4

Best Attacking Teams

Overall
West Ham United 8
Lincoln City 7
Bristol City 6
Newport County 6
Preston North End 6
Home
West Ham United 8
Bristol City 6
Newport County 6
West Bromwich Albion 5
Fleetwood Town 5
Away
Lincoln City 7
Brentford 4
3
Millwall 3
Aston Villa 3

Worst Attacking Teams

Overall
Mansfield Town 0
Bristol Rovers 0
Cardiff City 0
Carlisle United 0
Exeter City 0
Home
Bradford City 0
Southampton 0
Rochdale 0
Birmingham City 0
Huddersfield Town 0
Away
Mansfield Town 0
Northampton Town 0
Bristol Rovers 0
Cardiff City 0
Carlisle United 0
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EFL Cup / League Cup Predictions

The EFL Cup has been known by several names over the years. This includes the original Football League Cup and now the EFL Cup and the trophy has also had naming rights sponsors.  The Carabao Cup is one of the most recent names which has superseded the Capital One Cup, Carling Cup, Worthington Cup, Coca-Cola Cup, Rumbelows Cup, Littlewoods Challenge Cup and Milk Cup. 

All 92 members of the Premier League and English Football League take part in the League Cup, which is a seven-round knockout competition.  The Premier League clubs get involved in the second round, and teams that are involved in European competition get a bye until the third round. By the third round, 32 teams are left.

The EFL Cup is known for giant-killing efforts from some of the lower ranked teams who often find themselves facing up to weakened higher ranked teams who tend to field below-strength lineups.  The main reason for this is to keep their squad rotated and rest some of their star players.  This can make for some heroic cup runs and great paydays for the smaller clubs.

How do I back your League Cup Tips?

You can back our League Cup tips from here on FootballPredictions.NET. For each prediction made, we maintain regularly updated odds from multiple bookmakers. To place your bets, simply click/press on the links here.

When are your EFL Cup Predictions available?

You will find our EFL Cup predictions & betting tips on this page a few days before each scheduled match. This is about as early as we like to forecast our football tips in order to take into account various factors such as injury updates as well as any other relevant news.

See our updated betting offers page for the latest bookmaker offers such as new customer bonuses and free bets to use on the League Cup.

For further information about all of our football bets and categories in addition to the League Cup, check out the free predictions & football betting tips page. 

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