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Man City, Chelsea, Spurs and West Brom in tremendous 9/2 cup acca

Coral are offering exciting enhanced odds to celebrate a wicked Wednesday of Capital One Cup football.

Top-flight teams Manchester City, Chelsea, Tottenham and West Bromwich Albion are available at a terrific 9/2 all to win in 90 minutes of their respective cup clashes.

City take on Sheffield Wednesday, Jose Mourinho’s Blues boys battle Bolton, Spurs look to sink Nottingham Forest and Albion encounter Hull City.

Here’s why this is such a marvellous midweek bet.

Manchester City v Sunderland
Capital One Cup holders City have not lost to The Owls in eleven seasons, which includes nine clashes between the two teams, and are odds-on favourites at 2/9 to extend that excellent record.

New recruit Frank Lampard netted his debut goal for the Sky Blues last time out, acting as a super-sub against former club Chelsea, and may be rewarded with a start in this encounter, where he is 6/4 to strike again anytime.

City beat Wednesday 2-1 in their last encounter back in 2007, and have never lost to the South Yorkshire side in any cup competition.

Chelsea v Bolton
Chelsea, meanwhile, have defeated Bolton in their last nine encounters and are odds-on favourites at 1/5 to defeat The Wanderers once more.

The Blues hold the recent historical advantage, having put 13 past Bolton in their last four clashes with the northwest Championship side. Dougie Freedman’s team have won just one of their 10 matches this campaign.

By comparison, Mourinho’s men are still undefeated in all competitions this term, and have scored 17 times in six games. Midfield maestros Cesc Fabregas and Andre Schurrle have been amongst the goals lately, and are 7/4 and evens to net anytime respectively.

Tottenham v Nottingham Forest
Chelsea’s London rivals Spurs are also involved in Capital One Cup action, and are odds-on favourites at 8/15 to win and knock the stuffing out of second tier side Forest.

Mauricio Pochettino’s men have only lost two games this term, and will be hungry to secure a morale-boosting victory ahead of their crunch north London derby clash against Arsenal.

Spurs have not been defeated by Forest since 1997, and have tasted triumph an impressive 54 times over the east Midlands club in all competitions.

West Bromwich Albion v Hull City
Spurs’ Fellow top tier club West Brom enter their cup clash with Hull on the back of an impressive Premier League win. The Baggies top scorer this term is Saido Berahino, who bagged a brace, and is 7/4 to hit home again anytime and potentially fire his side, who are favourites at 5/4, to victory.

Hull, meanwhile, have not emerged as winners in any of their previous three games, where they concede five goals. Steve Bruce’s side seem to have suffered from their Europa League exertions, and have now been knocked out of that competition as well.