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Tuesday's Sport: EFL Cup and Championship take centre stage

Football dominates Tuesday's sporting action, with games taking place in the third round of the EFL Cup and the Championship.

There is also tennis action from the Billie Jean King Cup Finals taking place at the Emirates arena in Glasgow, with hosts Great Britain facing Spain and Kazakhstan in their group matches.

Meanwhile, five race meetings are scheduled across the UK and Ireland, with all the action from Lingfield, Huntingdon, Hereford, Chelmsford and Fairyhouse available to watch on our Sports Live Streaming platform.

EFL Cup: Welcome distraction for Cherries and Toffees

WhatBournemouth v Everton
WhereVitality Stadium, Bournemouth
When19:45, Tuesday 8th November 2022
OddsBournemouth 9/5, Draw 23/10, Everton 31/20

Bournemouth and Everton will put their Premier League troubles to one side for the night as they meet on the South Coast in the EFL Cup.

The Cherries head into the game looking to bounce back after squandering at 3-1 lead at the hour mark at Elland Road to lose 4-3 against Leeds United.

Meanwhile, Everton had an afternoon to forget on Saturday as they suffered a 2-0 home defeat at the hands of Leicester City.

Bournemouth have a good record in their most recent games against the Toffees, winning both of their last two meetings in the Premier League 3-1.

Everton have won just one of their last six games at the Vitality Stadium in all competitions and a Cherries win on home turf is available at 9/5.

EFL Cup: Foxes must be wary of Newport upset

WhatLeicester City v Newport County
WhereKing Power Stadium, Leicester
When19:45, Tuesday 8th November 2022
OddsLeicester 1/8, Draw 15/2, Newport County 20/1

Leicester City appear to have turned a corner in recent weeks and will be looking to build on their 2-0 win against Everton at Goodison Park with victory over Newport County on Tuesday evening.

Newport have made a name for themselves as a cup side capable of causing real upsets, having beaten the likes of Leeds, Middlesbrough and even Leicester in recent years.

The League Two side beat Leicester 2-1 in the FA Cup in 2019 and will be eyeing up a similar upset this time at the home of the Foxes.

After a poor start to the season, Leicester are moving in the right direction with three wins from their last four games and a home win and both teams to score is available at 2/1.

Championship: Hornets can add to Royals' woes

WhatWatford v Reading
WhereVicarage Road, Watford
When20:00, Tuesday 8th November 2022
How to watchSky Sports Main Event & Football
OddsWatford 5/6, Draw 13/5, Reading 10/3

Reading will have a job on their hands to turn their fortunes around on Tuesday night as they travel to Watford.

Paul Ince's Reading have won just one of their last eight games in the Championship and go into this televised clash on the back of a 2-1 home defeat at the hands of Preston North End.

Watford suffered a surprising 1-0 defeat to Coventry City last time out, but had been on a three-game winning run before the loss to the Sky Blues.

The Hornets to get back to winning ways at Vicarage Road is available at 5/6.

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