Capital One Cup Betting Odds
|Win Outright Live»|
|1 - 0||1/12||6/1|
|0 - 0||1/2||6/4|
|0 - 0||8/13||6/5|
|0 - 0||8/11||1/1|
|101 - 91||This selection has been suspended||This selection has been suspended|
|87 - 78||This selection has been suspended||This selection has been suspended|
|51 - 33||1/66||18/1|
|31 - 55||9/1||1/20|
Tuesday 27th January 2015
|19:45||Chelsea 8/13||Draw 14/5||Liverpool 9/2||8 Boosts 90 Bets|
Sunday 1st February 2015
|Chelsea 4/6||Tottenham 5/2|
|Liverpool 11/2||Sheffield Utd 40/1|
|Chelsea / Tottenham 1/3||Liverpool / Tottenham 100/30|
|Chelsea / Sheffield United 8/1||Liverpool / Sheffield United 33/1|
|Chelsea / Tottenham 4/5||Tottenham / Chelsea 100/30|
|Liverpool / Tottenham 11/2||Tottenham / Liverpool 17/2|
|Chelsea / Sheffield Utd 9/1||Liverpool / Sheffield Utd 40/1|
|Sheffield Utd / Chelsea 66/1||Sheffield Utd / Liverpool 200/1|
Capital One Cup Odds
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Both Swansea and Birmingham have lifted the trophy in the last three years, while the likes of Bradford, Cardiff, Wigan, Bolton and Tranmere have made recent League Cup finals.
The Bantams were the most notable as they made a mockery of their 1,000/1 odds to reach last season’s Wembley showpiece, ousting Arsenal and Aston Villa en route.
Villa actually boast the second most decorated record in the tournament with five titles and three final appearances, but it is Liverpool who have won the competition the most times, lifting the trophy on eight occasions.
Tottenham, Manchester United, Chelsea and Nottingham Forest follow with four, while Arsenal’s lack of prioritising for the tournament has seen them fail to add to their tally of two since 1993.
Manchester City also hold a modest record in the League Cup, collecting two titles in the 1970s but failing to win another since.
The competition pits together the 20 Barclays Premier League clubs and the 72 Sky Bet Football League sides.