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7:35 pm AEDT 24/2/18
Arsenal vs. Everton
Arsenal and Manchester City face off at Wembley in the first cup final of the season, whilst Manchester United and Chelsea do battle at Old Trafford

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Goal's betting team of Jim Knight and Oliver Lines have made their selections below, powered by Opta Stats, to help you out.

Watford v Everton

Oliver: For those who have a bad memory, the reverse fixture produced one of the Premier League’s all-time great matches as Everton came from 2-0 down to take the spoils, with Tom Cleverley missing a 100th minute penalty for Watford to add insult to injury.

Another classic isn’t out of the question, either, as 28 goals have been scored in the last seven league games at Vicarage Road, but the fact that the Toffees have only won once on the road this season points to a comfortable home victory.

Prediction: Watford 3-1 Everton

Scorer: Troy Deeney

Jim: It's tough to trust either team in this situation. Watford have a huge injury list and are wildly inconsistent, beating Chelsea and Leicester but losing to Swansea and Huddersfield in space of five league games at this ground.

Everton, on the other hand, are on a run of four straight away defeats in all competitions, but three of those were to top six teams so they may be able to get a point here. Richarlison has five league goals this season so back the 20-year-old Brazilian to expose the Toffees defence in a high-scoring draw.

Prediction: Watford 2-2 Everton

Scorer: Richarlison

Crystal Palace v Tottenham Hotspur

Oliver: On paper, Spurs should take this one quite comfortably. But football, as we know, is never played on paper.

Tottenham have been in fairly miserable away form since the end of September, winning just two of their nine league fixtures outside Wembley, whilst Palace have lost just once in their last ten in the league at Selhurst Park.

A score draw looks to be in the offing here – mostly because Spurs have not lost in any competition since the middle of December – with Harry Kane getting on the scoresheet for the fifth game in a row.

Prediction: Crystal Palace 2-2 Tottenham Hotspur

Scorer: Harry Kane

Jim: The games are coming thick and fast for Tottenham so they might not be at their sharpest in this clash at Selhurst Park - and their away record isn't inspiring much confidence either.

It's tough to look past Harry Kane as a goalcorer play given his red-hot recent performances, but Spurs might not have the easiest of matches against a Palace side who are capable of frustrating big teams at home.

Prediction: Crystal Palace 0-1 Tottenham Hotspur

Scorer: Harry Kane

Manchester United v Chelsea

Oliver: This has all the makings for an absolute cracker as Jose Mourinho welcomes his former side to Old Trafford.

However, it seems fairly likely that the Portuguese will play his usual game against the top six; that is, sitting back and waiting for that one golden chance to strike.

Two fairly suspect defences means that it is likely both sides will score, but that may be as far as it goes. For a scorer, Eden Hazard has been in sublime form and will be hungry to add to his four career goals against the Red Devils.

Prediction: Manchester United 1-1 Chelsea

Scorer: Eden Hazard

Jim:  Jose Mourinho parked the bus midweek and the Manchester United manager is unlikely to go all-out to try and get a victory over his former club at Old Trafford on Sunday either. They've won just one of their last 14 matches against Chelsea in all competitions.

The late Barcelona equaliser was a shame for the Blues but it would seem all is not lost for Antonio Conte at Stamford Bridge this season. Take a chance on an away win with Hazard leading the way for the visitors.

Prediction: Manchester United 1-2 Chelsea

Scorer: Eden Hazard

Arsenal v Manchester City

Oliver: Cup finals are so unpredictable, and that’s what makes them so great. Manchester City are still chasing a treble after getting knocked out of the FA Cup last week, whilst Arsenal are searching for their first Carabao Cup since 1993.

Although the Citizens are heavy favourites to take this one, Arsene Wenger knows this is his best chance of silverware this season and should take it.

Pierre-Emerick Aubamyang has already endeared himself among the Gunners faithful and has a great chance to put himself into the history books with a goal here.

Prediction: Arsenal 2-1 Manchester City

Scorer: Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang

Jim: Wigan pulled off a huge shock against Manchester City in midweek but they should bounce back at Wembley with by lifting the Carabao Cup.

The head-to-head stats suggests goals at both ends are on the cards and Pep Guardiola's side should shade a high-scoring showpiece finale. Gabriel Jesus might be close to a return but Sergio Aguero remains the best option.

Prediction: Arsenal 1-3 Manchester City

Scorer: Sergio Aguero