Road to Leicester! Capital One Cup time! Improving my Rummikub skills. pic.twitter.com/HNU27uj5OI
— Pedro Mba Obiang (@Obiang14) September 21, 2015
Leicester City vs. West Ham United
Leicester will be hosting the Hammers at King Power Stadium in an attempt to emulate their 2015/16 unbeaten Premier League run. Having won 4-1 against Bury last Month to book a place in the third round of this competition, Leicester will give this game the attention it deserves to stay put in the championship. Leicester fans thus expect Shinji Okazaki, Leonardo Ulloa and Andrej Kramaric to step up and lead the team to the next stage of this competition. Meanwhile, the Hammers are enjoying their best form this season having beaten Arsenal, Liverpool and Manchester City in their current Premier League campaign. The trident of Victor Moses, Dimitri Payet and Diafra Sakho are bound to give Leicester defense a nightmare in this matchup.
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Hull City vs. Swansea City
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Fulham vs. Stoke City
Even though Stoke has not won any game this season, there’s no doubt the team has had some splendid performances, particularly in Week 2 of the 2015 Premier League game against Tottenham when they came from two goals down to secure a hard-earned 2-2 draw. Mame Diouf, Xherdan Shaqiri and Ryan Shawcross have enough experience to lead the team against Fulham on Tuesday, but they’ll need a clean performance to stop the dangerous Fulham on the road. Fulham are not doing bad either this season, having defeated Sheffield United 3-0 to make it to the third round of this competition. Ross McCormack, Tom Cairney and Luke Garbutt are among the big names expected to step up and lead the team to the next stage of this coveted English championship.
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Sunderland vs. Manchester City
Manuel Pellegrini boys are eager to return to winning ways as they travel to take on the struggling Sunderland on Tuesday in the third round of League Cup. Manchester City lost 2-1 to Juventus in the Champions league before falling to another defeat by the same score line to the Hammers at the weekend. Nonetheless, the Citizens are hoping for positive outcome at the stadium of light on Tuesday. Sunderland on the other hand are hoping to overturn their 3-1 loss to the Citizens during the 2014 finals of this competition, and ease the pain of sitting bottom of the Premier League table after a dismal starts in their first six games of the season.