William Hill's Everton preview

Chelsea are currently enjoying a remarkable run of form against Everton. The Blues haven’t lost a home game against the Merseyside club in all competitions since November 1994 – remaining unbeaten in their last 27 (W16 D11).

Indeed, this is the sixth time these two sides have been drawn together in the League Cup with Chelsea progressing on each occasion, though two games went to a replay. William Hill have them as hot favourites at 2/5 to extend that run and beat the Toffees inside 90 minutes or 2/9 to qualify.

The Toffees did, however, progress on penalties after a 1-1 draw in an FA Cup fourth-round replay in 2011 and are priced at 3/1 to advance to the next round on Wednesday night. 

Chelsea have put 10 past Everton without reply in their last three encounters (W3), with two of those victories coming at Stamford Bridge. So if you fancy more of the same, Chelsea to win and three or more goals in the match is available at 21/20.

Michy Batshuayi, fresh from a brace against Watford on Saturday, has scored five goals in his four League Cup appearances for Chelsea, including a hat-trick in the last round. He’s 7/2 to score first on Wednesday and 19/5 to score two or more. Pedro was also among the goals on Saturday and is 17/10 to score anytime with William Hill.

Everton are struggling for form but did put two past Arsenal in the Premier League on Sunday. A Chelsea win and both teams to score is available at 11/5.

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Come On You Blues!