Bournemouth vs Norwich betting tips, predictions and preview for today’s Carabao Cup fixture including the best betting tips for the match and the odds for those selections.
The team from the south coast have made a flying start to this season and go into tonight’s Carabao Cup match in great form. They are favourites to beat Norwich tonight and that is exactly what we are predicting to happen – but what are the best bets for the clash?
The hosts will expect to progress into the next round of the Carabao Cup tonight, but Norwich City are not without a chance here and they come into this fixture on the back of three straight wins. Bournemouth needed to hold on against Blackburn in the last round, eventually winning the game 3-2. This landed a BTTS win tip and we’re going for exactly the same bet to kick-off tonight’s predictions in this Carabao Cup.
There are a number of players who have starred for Bournemouth during their early good form this season, but none more so than Callum Wilson. He scored another two goals at the weekend and he looks a standout option for a goalscorer bet tonight, however with this being the Carabao Cup we’re not 100% sure he’ll start the match. Of course, this is the case with most players in the Bournemouth team tonight so be sure to check the team news before placing any bets. Jermaine Defoe started in the last round so he’s our selection tonight and goes straight into our football tips as an anytime goalscorer.
There is always the chance of an upset in matches like this and Norwich have been ticking along nicely in recent weeks. They’ve already beaten Premier League opposition once in this year’s Carabao Cup when they went and win 3-1 at Cardiff, but Bournemouth are certainly better opposition, with that in mind we’re going for a narrow Bournemouth win and betting on a 2-1 home victory here.
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