Enjoy the best odds and prices on every Capital One Cup game this season, with Premier League sides aiming to claim the coveted trophy in 2015/16.

Coral’s £5 Tuesday Carabao Cup acca pays over £142

| 19.09.2017

Five-fold from Tuesday’s third-round ties The Premier League big boys join the Carabao Cup in the third round. Most of the top six are in action tomorrow, which means there’s plenty of value in the games taking place tonight. The Coral News Team have studied the fixtures and the form... View Article

Wednesday’s £5 Carabao Cup acca is paying over £200

| 23.08.2017

Five picks as the second round continues The Carabao Cup action continues this evening as 12 more teams battle it out for a place in the third round. Tonight’s picks focus firmly on the favourites, although there could be a surprise in store at St James’ Park. Back this Coral... View Article

Tuesday’s £5 Carabao Cup acca is paying over £135

| 22.08.2017

Five picks from the second round action The Carabao Cup action returns this week as 13 clubs from the Premier League join remaining participants from the Championship, League One and League Two. Today’s picks for your midweek acca come from Elland Road, St. Andrew’s and the Madejski Stadium, amongst others.... View Article

Black Cats to bring good fortune

| 10.08.2017

Sunderland expected to progress on Thursday One match goes ahead in the EFL Cup on Thursday evening as Sunderland travel to Gigg Lane for the challenge of locals Bury. The tie will be decided in front of the Sky Sports cameras from 7.45pm – enhance your enjoyment with a winning... View Article

Wednesday 15/1 football acca

| 09.08.2017

Best from England and Scotland We’re back in full-swing as a jam-packed midweek domestic football schedule features matches from both the English and Scottish League Cups. Highlight from the tournament now known as the Carabao Cup goes in Colchester where the locals invite John Terry’s Aston Villa to town for... View Article

Three ways to back your team: Watford

| 31.07.2017

Silva looking to make an impression Watford continued their tradition of changing managers in the summer, swapping Walter Mazzarri for Marco Silva. Mazzarri had only signed up the summer before, helping The Hornets beat relegation, thanks to a 17th place finish. Barring some kind of miracle season, it’s very likely... View Article

Three ways to back your team: Everton

| 31.07.2017

Will summer spending spree pay-off? Everton have been, by far, the busiest Premier League side during the summer transfer window, and probably one of the busiest in Europe. They have brought in a host of new faces, with each signing more ambitious than the last. A few players who enjoyed... View Article

Three ways to back your team: West Ham

| 31.07.2017

Fans demand improvement on last season West Ham fans were bitterly disappointed by the move across East London to their new home in Stratford, trading the intimacy of the Boleyn Ground for the wide-open spaces of the London Stadium. What would’ve upset supporters more was the poor form shown by... View Article

Three ways to back your team: Swansea City

| 27.07.2017

Will Welsh reps beat the drop again? We came close to losing the English Premier League’s sole Welsh representative last season, with Swansea City needing a late surge to hold their place at the top-table. 12 wins, five draws and 21 defeats saw Paul Clement’s side end 15th. They ended... View Article

Three ways to back your team: Leicester City

| 24.07.2017

Shakespeare to write his own chapter When it comes to supporting or betting on Leicester City, we have learned one thing – expect the unexpected. Over the last few years they have gone from Championship also-rans to Premier League winners, relegation contenders to Champions League giant killers. The Foxes have... View Article