Liverpool will be waiting in the Final of the Capital One Cup as Manchester City face Everton at the Etihad Stadium (KO 19:45).
Both sides will be hopeful of a Wembley appearance and there’s good news for punters and fans as Bet365 announce this week they have live feeds of all the action tonight to watch through their website. There’s no need to miss a kick!
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Twice runners-up Everton will bid to reach their first League Cup final since 1984 when they travel to the Etihad to face Manchester City later this evening.
The Toffees hold the slimmest of advantages heading into the second leg with Ramiro Mori and Romelu Lukaku’s first leg goals giving Everton a 2-1 win. The win was marred by that late goal from Jesus Navas.
The late goal and recent form suggests that Everton will have a big task ahead of them. Since the success over City, Everton have won just once, a 2-0 FA Cup success over Dagenham and Redbridge and lost 2-1 at home to Swansea on Sunday.
It’s been a disappointing few weeks in the Premier League for Everton, and fans are beginning to voice their opinions from the Terraces following their recent run of poor form. A win tonight and a trip to Wembley will do plenty to raise the confidence levels of all those at Goodison Park.
Manchester City meanwhile have won two and drawn two, including a 0-0 draw with their midweek opponents.
Roberto Martinez will need to shuffle his pack for the game with midfielder Muhamed Besic (hamstring) and winger Kevin Mirallas (tendon) suffering injuries in the Premier League defeat against Swansea on Sunday.
With a FA Cup fourth round clash with Carlisle looming, the next 5 days could prove to be a crucial period in the reign of the Spanish manager.
Martinez has been accused of not pushing the club forward this season with the club currently sitting 12th in the table. A cup final and progress in the cup would certainly help appease those grumbling in the stand however with just one win in 10 league games, the club are struggling for form.
Phil Jagielka didn’t play against the Swans but could return at the heart of the defense as Martinez bids to shackle City star Sergio Aguero, whose return to the Manchester City starting line up from injury has well and and truly given City a timely boost as they push for Premier League honours.
The Argentine forward scored both goals as City draw 2-2 with West Ham United last time out. The forward will likely start the game although Joe Hart is set to be rested with cup keeper Willy Caballero getting a run out.
Wilfried Bony (calf), Aleksandar Kolarov (muscular) and Eliaquim Mangala (hamstring) are all doubts ahead of the game.
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