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There’s a busy football coupon tonight as our attention turns to the Capital Cup in England, with Bet365 reporting their live stream service is back for the midweek games.
Man City are considered 1/4 favourites as they look to avenge their FA Cup Final defeat to Wigan meanwhile Chelsea and Tottenham face tricky away ties to Swindon and Aston Villa.
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With the 3rd round of the Capital One Cup upon us, several of the top Premier League teams will be hoping to begin their trophy push with a solid win over lesser opposition.
The biggest tie of the round sees a FA Cup Final rematch at the Etihad Stadium where Manchester City look to get one over Wigan who beat them 1-0 at Wembley back in May.
Fresh off their 4-1 thrashing of rivals Manchester United, City will be buzzing and Manuel Pellegrini is set to make a host of changes from the side that played on Sunday.
The biggest change will see the welcome return of England defender Micah Richards to the side after struggling with a hamstring injury for much of the summer.
Several other England internationals such as James Milner and Joleon Lescott are also likely to feature during Tuesday night’s game although Jack Rodwell is a major doubt having suffered a knock in training last week.
With Wigan having played their third game in 5 games, Owen Coyle is likely to field a much more inexperienced squad than the one that defeated Ipswich 2-0 on Sunday.
Several of their reserve players such as Adam Buxton and Nouha Dicko will likely make an appearance as other names such as Grant Holt and Shaun Maloney are crested as they continue to recover from their recent injuries.
Chelsea will also be looking to avoid a major upset as Jose Mourinho’s side travel to Wiltshire to face League One side Swindon Town.
Mourinho was relieved to have picked up a win over the weekend against Fulham and will hope to carry on this form at the County Ground fielding a team that is still full of star quality.
Having had a rather public spat with Mourinho since he took over, Juan Mata will be finally given the chance to prove his boss wrong as will Brazilian defender David Luiz.
There will also be likely starts for some of Chelsea’s more forgotten players with Michael Essien, Ryan Bertrand and Cesar Azpilicueta who have yet to feature under Mourinho’s reign so far.
Swindon will be hoping that the return of Alex Pritchard will be enough to overcome the loss of midfield duo Ryan Harley and Ryan Mason who are both on the injured list.
The League One side are currently 11th in the table and will be hoping that home advantage will be enough to give them a chance of beating last season’s Europa League champions.
There are also a couple of all Premier League ties happening tonight with the pick of the bunch happening at Villa Park where Aston Villa will be hosting Tottenham Hotspur.
Having defeated Norwich on Saturday, Villa will be hoping they can take that momentum and help them pick up their first home win of the season.
Paul Lambert is likely to hand starts to a couple of his summer signings such as Nicklas Helenius and Yacouba Sylla meanwhile Jed Steer will be set for his first start for the club as he comes in for Brad Guzan.
Tottenham’s win at Cardiff has seen Spurs rise to 2nd in the table and will hope that their good form continue as Spurs look for their first trophy under Andre Vilas Boas.
It’s likely that many of Spurs newer players could earn a starting place with Erik Lamela, Lewis Holtby and Vlad Chirches featuring in what will most likely be a much changed first team side.
With several of the potential finalists resting their key players for the ties, it could be one of the very few opportunities that the underdogs may get to make their names known during the rest of 2013.