2019/20 England EFL Cup Odds Comparison and Betting Tips

What is the England EFL Cup?

The England EFL Cup is a domestic cup competition that takes place throughout the football season. Also known as the Carabao Cup for sponsorship reasons, the League Cup is open to all 92 clubs that form part of the top four divisions in this country, with Premier League teams coming into the competition at a later stage.

The first round of the England EFL Cup features Championship, League One and League Two clubs. In the second round of the competition, we see many Premier League teams enter the fray although the top flight teams involved in Europe don’t enter the EFL Cup until the third round and that is beneficial to them.

Every tie is decided on the night apart from the semi-finals which are two-legged affairs which are played home and away. The final takes place at Wembley Stadium around February time, with the final usually contested by two of the leading teams in England.

Which Clubs Have Been Successful in the EFL Cup?

Liverpool have won the most League Cups and the Reds’ running total is 8, while Manchester City are next with six League Cup titles and they triumphed during the 2018/19 season after also lifting this silverware in 2014, 2016 and 2018.

Indeed, Manchester City have won four of the past six renewals and will continue to be favourite to win this competition, while this could also be a competition that sees Arsenal or Manchester United compete hard in a quest to win silverware.

How to Bet on the EFL Cup

There are several outright markets for the EFL Cup and none are more popular than the Winner market where punters can get the opportunity to bet on the team who lift the trophy. Since Swansea City won the League Cup in 2013, the competition has been dominated by high-profile clubs so that is where the money often goes.

The earlier rounds of the EFL Cup offer punters a massive coupon where bets can be struck from August onwards, with Odds1x2.com presenting you with the best prices for each match. You can look at each game and work out which bookmakers are offering the highlight prices.

By using the EFL Cup odds comparison service at Odds1x2.com, you can consistently bag the biggest prices on these matches. If you only bet with one bookmaker, you are restricting yourself in terms of the odds you can take, whereas multiple betting accounts mean additional choices.

The same applies when you are placing an EFL Cup accumulator and want to populate your multiple bet with the biggest prices. For each EFL Cup match on Odds1x2.com, you will see that we highlight the biggest odds for each team.

The great news is that you can bag yourself a welcome bonus every time you open a new bookmaker account and that means that you don’t always have to risk your own money when betting.