Wycombe Wanderers host Nottingham Forest in the second round of the Carling
Cup on Tuesday evening, with the Championship side going in as favourites at evens.
Both teams were involved in thrilling first-round ties, drawing 3-3 after extra time against Colchester and Notts County respectively, before edging through on penalties.
The clubs have only ever met previously in this competition, with the former European champions triumphing 2-1 on aggregate at this stage in 1996.
Forest go into the game on the back of a credible draw with promotion favourites
Leicester City, coming back from two goals down to rescue a point.
The sending-off of Leicester keeper Kasper Schmeichel may have helped them, but there is no question that it was their attacking substitutions in the second half which put them in the ascendancy.
USA international Robbie Findley, Poland’s Radoslaw Majewski and new signing
Ishmael Miller all impressed after being introduced from the bench, giving boss
Steve McClaren a welcome selection headache ahead of tonight’s tie.
Forwards Joe Garner and Marcus Tudgay are also in contention to start. With such an array of striking options for the visitors, expect goals aplenty.
Odds of 9/4 are available for football betting fans who believe there will be over 3.5 goals in the ninety minutes.
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Wycombe have not made it past the first round of the competition since they
reached the semi-finals in 2007 and are yet to win at Adams Park this campaign.
They are priced at 27/10 to defeat four-times winners Forest, while the draw inside 90 minutes is priced at 23/10.
McClaren has proven pedigree in this competition, guiding Middlesborough to the trophy in 2004, and punters looking for a major long shot can find a price of 100/1 for him to repeat that achievement with his new club.
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