Carlo Ancelotti’s Everton host League Two Salford City in League Cup action on Wednesday night, fresh from an opening-day Premier League victory at Tottenham Hotspur as we bring you the latest Everton v Salford live streaming details.
Dominic Calvert-Lewin got the only goal of the game as the Toffees took all three points from Jose Mourinho’s men as attention now turns to the Carabao Cup and where to watch the game.
It was an impressive display from the Toffees, with new man James Rodriguez inspiring Everton to the 1-0 win.
Everton now turn their attentions to the EFL Cup second round, with Graham Alexander taking his Salford side to Merseyside with live commentary of the match via BBC 5 live.
Their season is already well up-and-running, having beaten Championship side Rotherham in the first round of the competition earlier this month.
They progressed through the match on penalties after a 1-1 draw, but results have not been kind since.
The club drew 2-2 at home to Exeter in their first league match on Saturday, after losing 6-0 to Manchester United U21s in the Football League Trophy group stages in midweek.
This time they travel to a senior Premier League side, with a huge upset the only thing on their mind.
It’s currently 1/5 for the home side to avoid any drama with a win.
Their opponents can be backed at 10/1 to return to Salford victorious, with a draw available at 6/1.
Both teams to score has been given odds of 11/8.
It’s currently 9/4 for a home win and both teams to score, and 20/1 for a Salford victory and both teams to score.
And it’s 17/2 for a draw with both teams to score.
Everton can be backed at 7/1 to win from behind, and 11/8 to win both halves.
Ancelotti may certainly want to rest several key players in a bid to focus on the Premier League campaign, with youngsters Moise Kean and Anthony Gordon potentially getting a starting role.
Kean has been given odds of 9/2 to score first, with Gordon available at 11/2.
First-team regulars Richarlison and Calvert-Lewin may, however, feature in order to avoid a potential upset.
They can be backed at 10/3 and 15/4 respectively to score first tonight.
But the visitors will be keen to find the net under the lights at Goodison. Veteran Ian Henderson and youngster Brandon Thomas-Asante could well be their dangermen on the night.
The former is currently 12/1 to net first, with the latter available at 16/1.