Carabao Cup Tuesday Preview

The Carabao Cup is at the quarter-final stage and the first two take place on Tuesday.

Two-time winners Arsenal entertain West Ham in a capital derby as they go in search of the first silverware of the season.

The second game sees Premier League leaders Manchester City – favourites for the competition – travel to Leicester City.

See below for a preview on the games, including predictions from former England, Crystal Palace and Tottenham ace Andy Gray, leading agent and former Man City midfielder Barry Silkman and our own Football Insider Graeme Bailey together with everything you need to know from the bookies – with BoyleSports’s Lawrence Lyons.

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Arsenal 19:45 West Ham
The Emirates

TEAM NEWS: Aaron Ramsey and Shkodran Mustafi both miss out and Arsenal are expected to make a number of changes. West Ham will recall goalkeeper Joe Hart but Hammers midfielder Manuel Lanzini is suspended after being charged for diving at the weekend.
KEY FACT: Arsenal have lost their past four home League Cup games against fellow Premier League sides
MATCH ODDS: Arsenal 1/2 Draw 7/2 West Ham 11/2
ANDY SAYS: Arsenal will make changes but they will still have too much for West Ham…2-0
GRAEME SAYS: Will be a tight affair, but I will just go with Arsenal to win…2-1 
SILKY SAYS: I don’t see Arsenal being tested too much, and they will go through…2-0
BOYLESPORTS PICK: Under 2.5 goals @23/20
FOOTBALLIndex – One to follow: Jack Wilshere is available at £1.35

Leicester City 19:45 Manchester City
The King Power Stadium

TEAM NEWS: Matty James and Robert Huth remain the only absentees for Leicester. Vincent Kompany and David Silva won’t be featuring for City, but Yaya Toure and Claudio Bravo should start.
KEY FACT: On three of the four previous occasions Leicester have reached the quarter-finals of this competition, they have gone on to reach the final
MATCH ODDS: Leicester 7/1 Draw 15/4 Man City 2/5
ANDY SAYS: I can only see Man City making it through here, comfortable win…1-3
GRAEME SAYS: I think Man City’s first domestic defeat could arrive with Leicester edging this…2-1
SILKY SAYS: Leicester are playing well but they won’t beat Man City for me…1-3
BOYLESPORTS PICK: Both Teams to Score @3/4
FOOTBALLIndex – One to follow: Sergio Aguero is still looking a good deal at £3.12

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