Capital One Cup Betting Odds

Sunday 1st February 2015

Capital One Cup Winner 14/15 - Win Outright
Your stake is doubled for an each-way bet with half going on the selection to win and half on it to place. Read the full explanation here
Each Way: 1/2 for first 2 places

Chelsea 6/1 Manchester City 6/1
Manchester Utd 7/1 Liverpool 7/1
Arsenal 10/1 Tottenham 12/1
Everton 14/1 Southampton 20/1
Newcastle 25/1 Aston Villa 28/1
West Ham 33/1 Stoke City 33/1
Swansea 40/1 Hull City 40/1
Sunderland 40/1 Norwich 40/1
Leicester 40/1 West Brom 50/1
Crystal Palace 50/1 Cardiff 50/1
Wigan 50/1 Q.P.R. 50/1
Burnley 66/1 Derby 66/1
Nottingham Forest 66/1 Fulham 66/1
Leeds 100/1 Brighton 100/1
Blackburn 100/1 Reading 100/1
Ipswich 100/1 Wolves 150/1
Watford 150/1 Middlesbrough 150/1
Bolton 150/1 Huddersfield 150/1
Bournemouth 200/1 Sheffield Wednesday 200/1
Blackpool 200/1 Birmingham 200/1
Sheffield Utd 300/1 Charlton 400/1
Doncaster 500/1 Millwall 500/1
Yeovil 500/1 Brentford 500/1
Swindon Town 500/1 Peterborough 500/1
Walsall 500/1 Rotherham 500/1
Barnsley 500/1 Preston 500/1
Leyton Orient 500/1 Port Vale 500/1
Coventry 500/1 Bradford 500/1
Crawley 500/1 MK Dons 500/1
Gillingham 500/1 Carlisle 500/1
Bristol City 500/1 Colchester 500/1
Crewe 500/1 Shrewsbury 500/1
Notts County 500/1 Stevenage 750/1
Tranmere 750/1 Oldham 750/1
Scunthorpe 750/1 Rochdale 750/1
Chesterfield 750/1 Oxford 1000/1
Fleetwood 1000/1 Burton 1000/1
Southend 1000/1 Hartlepool 1000/1
Cheltenham 1000/1 Morecambe 1000/1
Plymouth 1000/1 York 1000/1
AFC Wimbledon 1000/1 Bury 1000/1
Newport 1000/1 Mansfield 1000/1
Bristol Rovers 1000/1 Exeter 1000/1
Portsmouth 1000/1 Wycombe 1000/1
Dagenham & Redbridge 1000/1

Capital One Cup Odds

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 Underdogs have prevailed in the Capital One Cup in recent years.

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.

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