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EFL Cup odds – Get the Best Odds at League Cup

Who wins the EFL Cup 2020/2021?

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Manchester City1.201.20

EFL Cup Winner Odds

In the last five seasons, the EFL Cup has been dominated by the Manchester teams, with City winning the trophy for three years in a row. With the EPL season starting a bit late this year, the EFL Cup has been rushed through its early stages. The top teams began their quest to win the title in the third round. The Carabao Cup has already reached its final stage, and the two remaining teams are Man City and Tottenham.

The Spurs booked their spot in the Final after beating Brentford 2-0 at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. The Citizens advanced to the EFL Final with a victory over United by the same scoreline at Old Trafford.

Manchester City are priced at around 1.4 to beat Tottenham when the teams clash at Wembley on 25 April. Spurs, who will try to win their first trophy since Dimitar Berbatov propelled them to victory in the League Cup back in ‘08, can be backed at 2.75 with most bookies.

Pep Guardiola has won the League Cup three times, while Jose Mourinho has lifted the trophy four times, thrice with Chelsea and once with United. The two were fierce adversaries during their tenures in Spain when they were leading Barcelona and Real Madrid. The pair is currently preoccupied with other challengers, namely Klop and Rogers, but the final could see old flames rekindled.

Earlier this season, Spurs beat City 2-0 in their North London fixture, but Guardiola’s side has improved significantly since, while Tottenham has hit a dry spell. The two teams are equal on points in the Premier League, although City have a game in hand.

We’re hesitant to put money against Manchester City in this encounter. They seem to be at the peak of their power, and we think that Spurs don’t have enough to compete with such a well-oiled machine.