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Capital One Cup Betting Odds

The Capital One Cup is a knock-out competition for England's 92 Football League clubs. Manchester City are the defending champions after coming from behind to beat Sunderland at Wembley. Visit the official site for information.

League Cup Matches

Time Home Draw Away Betting

Tuesday 23rd September 2014

19:45

Arsenal (5/11)

Draw (7/2)

Southampton (21/4)

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19:45

Burton (10/3)

Draw (12/5)

Brighton (5/6)

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19:45

Cardiff City (15/13)

Draw (23/10)

Bournemouth (23/10)

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19:45

Chelsea (1/7)

Draw (6)

Bolton (18)

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19:45

Crystal Palace (8/5)

Draw (23/10)

Newcastle (8/5)

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19:45

Derby (3/5)

Draw (11/4)

Reading (9/2)

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19:45

Fulham (4/5)

Draw (12/5)

Doncaster (7/2)

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19:45

Leyton Orient (6/4)

Draw (23/10)

Sheffield Utd (17/10)

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19:45

Liverpool (1/4)

Draw (9/2)

Middlesbrough (10)

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19:45

MK Dons (5/6)

Draw (12/5)

Bradford (10/3)

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19:45

Man City (1/7)

Draw (6)

Sheffield Wednesday (18)

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19:45

Shrewsbury (15/4)

Draw (13/5)

Norwich (7/10)

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19:45

Sunderland (1)

Draw (12/5)

Stoke (13/5)

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19:45

Swansea (8/5)

Draw (23/10)

Everton (8/5)

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19:45

Tottenham (2/5)

Draw (7/2)

Nottingham Forest (25/4)

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19:45

West Brom (13/10)

Draw (23/10)

Hull (2)

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League Cup Outrights

Winner

Participant name Odds Bookie All odds

Man City

11/2

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Chelsea

11/2

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Liverpool

8

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Arsenal

9

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Tottenham

10

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