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Three key games to watch in the midweek EFL Cup match

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The EFL Cup quarter-final match returns in midweek as we expect a key match in the English top-flight in this fixture.

Heavyweights like Manchester United and Manchester City have been eliminated from the competition thus living the likes of Sunderland to compete along with Premier League sides like Chelsea and West Ham United.

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And with West Ham not in action at the weekend following the postponement of their Premier League match due to the further outbreak of the Coronavirus Pandemic, they would appear fresh for this match.

While Chelsea hopes to return to winning ways in the course of this match. On this note, reveals the three key matches to watch in the EFL Cup.

Brentford City vs. Chelsea

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The home side would aim to capitalize on Blues sloppy form in recent times and how well they can achieve this would be mindful ahead of this game.

Though the Blues are not in form with another barren draw revealing their current case at the moment.

But it does not hide the fact that they are still a top side in view of their pedigree.

The Blues tactician Thomas Tuchel would make changes to his side even as his counterpart Thomas Frank and his colleagues would fancy their chances of progression especially in front of their fans.

Liverpool vs. Leicester City

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It promises to be another form of encounter as Liverpool entertains Brendan Rodgers Leicester City at home.

It will be very much defining and great to note what could happen in this one while Liverpool would aim to stamp their authority at home in this fixture.

It would be a welcome back to the Merseyside for former Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers. While he and Jurgen Klopp would be ruminating on the possible players who could represent their side in this fixture.

Tottenham Hotspurs vs. West Ham United

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The home side would be keen to get the job done in essence especially with a face-lifting equalizer Heung-Min Son produced against Liverpool.

That sort of fortune could serve Tottenham Hotspurs right ahead of this match against their fellow London rivals.

While West Ham would aim to return to their usual winning run of form after their 2-0 defeat against Mikel Arteta’s men at the Emirates.              


This article was updated 1 year ago



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