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Old Trafford will play host to another clash between Manchester United and Manchester City on Wednesday, as the two teams will be battling in EFL Cup action.
Wednesday will host three of the fourth round clashes in the EFL Cup. Teams such as Arsenal, Hull City and Liverpool already won on Tuesday. There are three matches on Wednesday - Southampton vs Sunderland, West Ham vs Chelsea and Manchester United vs Manchester City.
By virtue of their home field advantage, Manchester Utd are the slight favourites to win on Wednesday. Here are the current betting odds:
Man Utd, 8/5
Man City, 19/10
Both teams have been struggling as of late, as both are winless in their last three English Premier League matches. Manchester Utd is coming off of a particularly ugly 4-0 thrashing at the hands of Chelsea last weekend and are desperately looking for some sort of a spark to save their season. After making numerous high profile acquisitions in the offseason, Man Utd is in very real danger of suffering another lost season. Things aren't quite as dire for Man City, though they also risk losing ground in the race for the English Premier League title if they don't turn things around soon.
Both clubs will be looking for some sort of a spark when they face off on Wednesday in the fourth round of the EFL Cup.
Manchester City is led by Sergio Aguero, who has managed to score five goals in EPL action so far this season. Zlatan Ibrahimovic, on the other hand, will be looking to bolster Man Utd's chances, as he has scored four times so far this year, including three goals at Old Trafford.
Here are the odds to qualify for the next round of the EFL Cup:
Man Utd, 5/6
Man City, 10/11
The five likeliest outcomes for Wednesday's match:
Draw 1-1, 5.00
Man Utd Wins 1-0, 15/2
Man City Wins 1-0, 8/1
Man Utd Wins 2-1, 17/2
Man City Wins 2-1, 10/1
Unsurprisingly, Aguero and Ibrahimovic are the co-favourites to score on Wednesday, as both men are currently listed at 5/1.
Again, the EFL Cup isn't of the utmost importance for either side, however, both teams are desperately looking for a spark right now to revive their seasons, which is why Wednesday's match at Old Trafford is taking on an extra degree of importance.