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Liverpool vs. Leeds United – is there a shock on the cards at Anfield?
Liverpool v Leeds United. The EFL Cup may not be of paramount importance to Liverpool, but it’s a chance for Jurgen Klopp to win his first trophy. The German has impressed pundits and fans alike with his style of play since taking over last Autumn. Indeed, they reached the 2016 League Cup final, only to lose to Manchester City. They can take a step to redemption when they host Leeds United on Tuesdayin what is a match between two fallen giants of the game. A quarter-final and two-legged semi-final is all that stands between the Merseyside club and reaching the 2017 final at Wembley.
Their visitors to Anfield are Leeds United, currently fifth in the Championship. Under Garry Monk, the Whites have had something of a renaissance and are in the play-off positions. Despite well-documented issues off the pitch, the club looks fairly strong for a change. This has led to talk of promotion to the Premier League for the first time since 2004.
United should certainly not be taken lightly. Following their win over Rotherham at the weekend they have won four of their last five games. The Reds knocked out Tottenham in the last round with a weakened team, so may be tempted to repeat that. The competition is viewed by many top clubs as a hindrance in which to blood young players for experience.
Leeds are expected to take the match completely seriously, however, with the tournament their best chance at a major trophy. Manchester United, West Ham, Arsenal, Southampton, Hull City and Newcastle make up the remaining contenders in the last eight. Out of these clubs, it is Liverpool rated as favourites in the sports odds with Tipbet. They are 2.80, ahead of Arsenal (3.55) and rivals Manchester United (3.80). Leeds, at 44.0, are considered major outsiders to lift the trophy.
In the Premier League, Liverpool have also been the side to watch. On 30 points they are majorly in contention to win the title. The club, of course, have never won the trophy, coming closest in 2014. However, under Jurgen Klopp they play with verve, blowing away most opposition that they come across. With 32 goals scored in just 13 games, Leeds will have to be at their best defensively.
Getting to extra-time after 90 minutes would be a monumental achievement, though this is rated at 4.45. A penalty shootout (6.00) is considered even less likely; though even reaching that stage would likely require goals. A 0-0 is rated at 11.2, while both teams to score can be bet on at 1.85.
To reach the semi-finals, the home sides are big favourites (1.08), with United 6.50. Tipbet has a wide range of odds on all EFL Cup matches.
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