Caballero: Everton clash, a tough one.
Willy Caballero believes Manchester City will turnaround the 2-1 deficit against Everton on Wednesday night and book a place in the Capital One Cup final against Liverpool at the Wembley Stadium.
The Toffees were the better side in the first leg at Goodison Park and played out a goalless draw against City in the Premier League in recent weeks at the Etihad, but Caballero isn't fazed by the one-goal advantage Roberto Martinez's side have heading into the clash.
“We thought we probably should have come away with a draw at Goodison Park in the first leg, but it wasn’t to be,” said Caballero, as mcfc.c.uk quoted.
“We’re really disappointed that we conceded so soon after equalising, but going into the second leg 2-1 down is not the end of the world because we have the away goal and we now have home advantage.
“A draw would not have been perfect, but it would obviously would have been better. Everton proved in the Premier League match recently that they are difficult to beat away from home and we expect the same again on Wednesday.
“I think they’ve only lost one of their 11 Premier League games away from this season and are well-organised and have some really good players so it will be tough, but we wouldn’t expect anything less at this stage of the competition.”