EFL Cup on Betfair: Big three all handed home ties as City, Chelsea and Spurs exit

Juan Mata was Manchester United's match winner against neighbours City on Wednesday night
Juan Mata was Manchester United's match winner against neighbours City on Wednesday night
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Arsenal, Liverpool and Manchester United were all handed home ties in Wednesday's EFL Cup quarter final draw after a round in which Man City, Chelsea, and Spurs all exited the competition. Mike Norman has the updated odds...

To Win the EFL Cup (Betfair Exchange);

- Liverpool [3.4]
- Arsenal [4.0]
- Man United [4.7]
- Southampton [13.0]
- Newcastle [13.0]
- West Ham [14.0]
- Hull [30.0]
- Leeds [60.0]

*Odds correct as of 22:30, Wednesday 26 October

Liverpool are the new favourites to win the EFL Cup after they were handed a home tie against Championship outfit Leeds in the quarter-final.

Jurgen Klopp's men narrowly ousted Tottenham on Tuesday night while Garry Monk's side needed a late extra-time equaliser before beating Norwich in a penalty shoot-out.

Liverpool were available to back at [3.4] in the Winner market shortly after the quarter final draw was made, and the Reds are marginal favourites ahead of Arsenal ([4.0]), and Manchester United ([4.7]) who recorded home victories over Reading and Manchester City respectively in round four.

The Gunners comfortably came through their tie 2-0 on Tuesday night but it was rather more edgy for Jose Mourinho's men 24 hours later who saw off their noisy neighbours thanks to a solitary Juan Mata goal.

Arsenal were rewarded with a home tie against Southampton ([13.0]) in the last eight of the competition while United were also drawn at home, West Ham ([14.0]) being the visitors to Old Trafford at the end of November following their excellent 2-1 win over Chelsea.

The final quarter final will see Premier League new boys Hull host Championship leaders Newcastle who thrashed Preston 6-0 in round four.

Quarter Final Draw in Full

Liverpool v Leeds
Man United v West Ham
Hull v Newcastle
Arsenal v Southampton

*Ties to be played week commencing 28 November 2016

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