Football Tips: Tuesday’s mega 40/1 Carabao Cup multi-match Bet Builder

Our tipster Shane O'Brien has sniffed out plenty of value in Tuesday's EFL Cup games.

Bet Builder, EFL Cup, Bournemouth, Everton, Brentford

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Bournemouth v Everton, 7.45pm
Bournemouth to Win
Philip Billing to Score Anytime
Brentford v Gillingham, 7.45pm
Brentford -2 (Handicap Betting)
Bristol City v Lincoln, 7.45pm
Bristol City to Win
Both Teams to Score

A Multi-Match Bet Builder using these selections pays at approximately 40/1 with Paddy Power. CLICK HERE TO ADD IT TO YOUR BETSLIP.

Tuesday night’s Bet Builder has us delving deep for value in the EFL Cup games where first off we have the all-Premier League tie between Bournemouth taking on Everton, followed by Brentford taking on Gillingham and Bristol City hosting Lincoln.

7.45pm: Bournemouth v Everton

Bournemouth to Win

Bournemouth host Everton in a dress rehearsal for a far more important Premier League game on Saturday, so it is unlikely that either side will be giving too much away. Both come into this game off the back of disappointing results at the weekend with the Cherries squandering a two-goal lead at Elland Road and Everton suffering a deserved 2-0 defeat at home to Leicester. 

Bournemouth are arguably in more need of a pick-me-up after blowing two-goal leads in back-to-back games and losing each of their last four fixtures while the Toffees have at least picked up four points from their last three games. Despite failing to collect a single point from their last four games, the hosts actually look more capable of winning a game of football than the Merseysiders who have drawn a blank in four of their last five games, including each of their last three games. This is a great opportunity for Bournemouth to build some momentum ahead of their last league game before the World Cup on Saturday. 

Philip Billing to Score Anytime

Philip Billing has emerged as Bournemouth’s top goalscorer after 14 games this season. The Danish midfielder has popped up with crucial goals for Gary O’Neil, scoring four goals in 10 games under the interim manager. Billing scored brilliantly in the 4-3 defeat against Leeds on Saturday, rifling into the net to give the Cherries a 2-1 lead midway through the first half. 

He boasts a hammer of a left foot, as his goals against Forest, Leeds, and Leicester have proved, while his towering height adds to his goal threat. He is arguably the most likely Bournemouth player to find the back of the net on Tuesday and is good value to do so. 

7.45pm: Brentford v Gillingham

Brentford -2

Brentford, like Everton and Bournemouth, will look for solace in the League Cup after a disappointing result at the weekend. Thomas Frank’s side looked to have done enough to secure their first away win of the season after coming from behind to lead at Nottingham Forest but a fairly comical last-minute own-goal saw them drop points on their travels once again. 

Brentford are without a win in four games but have a good chance to put that right when playing host to a Gillingham side that sits just four places above the foot of the Football League. Gills are fourth-from-bottom in League Two and without a win in seven games in a run stretching back to the beginning of October. Frank will more than likely ring the changes, but even a much-changed Bees outfit should have too much for Gillingham.

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7.45pm: Bristol City v Lincoln

Bristol City to Win

Bristol City and Lincoln is a battle between two out-of-form sides. The Robins have slid down the Championship table following a run of four games without a win while Lincoln have won just one game in their last five, most recently bowing out of the FA Cup after a 1-0 defeat at non-league Chippenham Town. Both could do without the distraction of the League Cup but Bristol should have just about enough to keep their cup run alive long enough until they meet a side of any quality. 

Both Teams to Score  

It’s not hard to see why Bristol currently sit 16th in the Championship table. Nigel Pearson’s side have conceded 29 goals in 20 league games this season – the second-worst record in the division behind a porous Hull City outfit. 

However, their record of 27 goals scored is bettered only by Burnley, Sheffield United and Norwich who will all be fighting for promotion at the end of the season. They have no problems scoring goals and would be a decent side if they could keep them out at the other end. They have shown no signs that they are capable of doing so, keeping just two clean sheets in their last 13 games. They may have to score twice if they are to progress on Tuesday night.

Carabao Cup Bet Builder tips:

Bournemouth v Everton
Bournemouth to Win
Philip Billing to Score Anytime
Brentford v Gillingham
Brentford -2
Bristol City v Lincoln
Bristol City to Win
Both Teams to Score

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