Sky Bet Super 6 Tips & Predictions For 19-09-2017

Sky Bet Super 6 Tips & Predictions For 19-09-2017

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With six matches from the Carabao Cup this week, let’s take a look at what the scores are likely to be. Remember, even though these matches could go to extra time, your correct score predictions will be for 90 minutes only.

Aston Villa v Middlesbrough

These two clubs are no strangers to one another after they came face to face at Villa Park in Championship action just last week. On that occasion, it was a 1-1 draw that was overshadowed by two extremely controversial red cards. Adama Traore saw red for Middlesbrough, while Henri Lansbury was later sent off for Aston Villa. Last week’s meeting showed that these two are on a very similar level.

To further highlight how well matched they are, both teams scored three goals in winning efforts at the weekend. The Villans went to Barnsley and won convincingly in front of the Sky Sports cameras, and Boro secured a hard fought 3-2 win at home to Queens Park Rangers.

Middlesbrough are slightly higher up in the Championship table than their hosts, but that becomes irrelevant in Cup competition. All that matters is who performs better on the night. It will be interesting to see how many changes both sides make, as the main goal for each this season is to claim promotion.

Last week’s meeting couldn’t separate the sides, and I think it may take extra time and maybe even penalties this time around. That won’t suit either side with their hectic schedules though.

Prediction: Aston Villa 1-1 Middlesbrough

AFC Bournemouth v Brighton & Hove Albion

This is another very quick turnaround for a rematch, as these two sides only met at the Vitality Stadium on Friday night. On that occasion, it was Eddie Howe’s Bournemouth side that came out with their first win of the season thanks to goals from Andrew Surman and Jermain Defoe. The Cherries showed some excellent fighting qualities to come from a goal down and claim the three points.

Chris Hughton will feel like his side should have saw out the win from a goal up, and he’ll certainly be disappointed that they seemed to throw it away. In all honesty, this competition will be very low on the priority list of both sides here, but that does not mean they’ll not want to win.

There will certainly be many changes to both line ups and that makes it all the more difficult to predict. Both sides will be focused on staying up in the Premier League, so this really could be any score. As it is, Bournemouth may have their south coast rivals number so I’ll go with another Cherries win at the Vitality Stadium.

Prediction: AFC Bournemouth 2-0 Brighton & Hove Albion

Burnley v Leeds United

This game all depends on whether Chris Wood finds his way onto the team sheet or not. The New Zealand international joined Burnley in August from Leeds for a fee of around £15 million and it would be typical if he was to start and get the winner in this one.

Both of these sides have started the season quite well, with Burnley getting some great results including a win over Chelsea and draws away to Spurs and more recently, Liverpool. Leeds United are flying high and still sit top of the Championship, even though they suffered a setback away at Millwall on Saturday. A lengthy League Cup run may get in the way of their promotion hopes, but they will certainly want to take the chance to get one over on the striker that left last month.

The Clarets are well known for having excellent home form, which means it will be difficult for Thomas Christiansen’s men to go to Turf Moor and win. They will give it their best effort, but expect the Premier League side to progress here.

Prediction: Burnley 2-1 Leeds United

Crystal Palace v Huddersfield Town

One thing is for sure, Crystal Palace are desperate for a confidence boosting win. Starting the season with Frank de Boer in charge, the Dutchman only lasted four games before getting the sack. He has since been replaced by former England manager Roy Hodgson, who didn’t fare much better in his first game in charge, losing 1-0 at home to Southampton.

Palace are yet to even score this season, never mind win, so they are likely to be up against it here. Huddersfield Town on the other hand could not be happier. They have started their first Premier League season superbly, with manager David Wagner earning a lot of plaudits for the job he has done. The Terriers actually went to Selhurst Park on the opening day of the season and demolished Palace by three goals to nil. A repeat may cause a riot in south east London.

It is going to be difficult for the Eagles as they will feel like they are at rock bottom. Will Man City, Man United and Chelsea as their next three games it will not get any easier. I think they’ll score in this one, but will still leave disappointed and out of the cup.

Prediction: Crystal Palace 1-2 Huddersfield Town

Leicester City v Liverpool

This season has not gone to plan at all for the Foxes. The former Premier League Champions are back towards the bottom of the league and their run of fixtures does not seem to be getting any easier. They face Liverpool in cup action here and then take on the same opponents this weekend too. Leicester will not be helped by the fact that top scorer Jamie Vardy is also out through injury.

Liverpool have now gone three games without winning since they demolished Arsenal 4-0. It seems like Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain may be a bad luck charm, but he will be pushing for a start in this game. If the Reds are going to have any sort of success this season then Jurgen Klopp will have to sort his defence out. It has been a problem that has failed the Anfield club for years now.

With the pressure starting to be put on the manager, Liverpool will want to go quite far in this competition and a defeat could potentially be very damaging. I expect them to be on the front foot, and should be able to grab a few goals against a weakened Leicester side, who’s attentions will be on the weekend’s game instead.

Prediction: Leicester City 1-3 Liverpool

West Ham United v Bolton Wanderers

After a shocking start to the season, things are starting to look up for West Ham. The pressure has been lifted from manager Slaven Bilic a little bit, and the players can now play with more freedom. The Hammers followed up a 2-0 win at home to Huddersfield with a 0-0 draw at West Brom and they will feel like the Carabao Cup is a competition they can go far in.

Bolton on the other hand are in dreadful form. Since their win in round 2, the club have since gone on to lose their last four games without even registering a goal. Things are looking bleak and this will not be a fixture that they will be looking forward to.

Though cup ties are always tough to predict, it should be easy enough for West Ham here.

Prediction: West Ham United 3-0 Bolton Wanderers



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