League Cup Odds

Carabao Cup Football Odds

The 2017/18 Carabao Cup will see all the top sides do battle in what should be a thrilling competition during the season, as they all battle it out to try an emulate last year's winner Manchester United, who beat Southampton in the final 

Carabao Cup 2017/18 Odds

It's no surprise to see the Premier League heavyweights at the head of the 2017/18 Carabao Cup Odds, with the likes of reigning champions Manchester United, and Manchester City and Chelsea all likely to go far in the competition.

Carabao Cup Schedule

We provide you with all the latest information on the Carabao Cup Draw as and when it is made available. This section also talks you through each stage of the competition and how the rounds are formated for what is always a terrific sideshow away from the domestic leagues.

Carabao Cup History

The Football League Cup has changed names numerous times throughout its League Cup History. Currently called the EFL Cup the competition is played annually between the 92 clubs in the English Football League. It may not be as prestigious as the FA Cup but it still offers a route into the Europa League and is a popular betting market amongst punters.

League Cup Winners

Since the cup competition was founded in 1969, there have been a variety of different League Cup Winners. Take a look at our in-depth guide to how the last ten League Cup Final's were won and lost. This section will allow you to get a good perspective of which teams perform well in the competition.

There have been a multitude of fantastic achievements in this competition throughout the years. From impressive goalscoring feats to te most final wins. Cast your eye over our EFL Cup Records page to find out more.

Carabao Cup Final Venue

The League Cup Final has been played in three different venues since 2000; the Old Wembley, the Millenium Stadium and the New Wembley. The Millenium Stadium in Cardiff temporarily hosted the final between 2001 and 2007, but since 2008 the competition has been played at the New Wembley. The 90,000 capacity state of the art stadium cost a whopping £757 million to build. After a few problems at first the pitch is now in a pristine condition, providing the perfect surface for top class football matches.