Betting Preview: Leeds
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Everton look to continue their Capital One Cup run with a tricky trip to Leeds.
The Toffees haven't faced the Yorkshire side since they were relegated from the Premier League in 2004.
This time they meet in the League Cup and Everton are 4/5 to reach the fourth round.
In the last round Everton smashed Leyton Orient 5-0 - despite David Moyes rotating his side. If the Blues boss does so again it could mean a start for Bryan Oviedo - and you can back the Costa Rican at 6/1 to score at any time.
This match also sees Leeds boss Neil Warnock go up against Phil Jagielka - a player he helped develop when the pair were at Sheffield United.
But they will have polar opposite objectives in this clash and Jagielka to score and Everton to win is trading at 10/1.
While the England man has been keeping things tight at the back, his teammate Victor Anichebe has been making the most of his chance up front.
A goal on Tuesday night would make it three in as many games for the powerful Nigerian - a scenario you can back at 13/10.
Any cup tie comes with the threat of penalties and the Toffees are 13/1 to progress after spot-kicks.
And finally - if you're super-confident that the Capital One Cup already has Everton's name on it you can back the Blues before the game at 10/1.