- Liverpool beat Bournemouth to set up West Ham tie
- Newcastle secure trip to Chelsea with win over Man Unt
- Everton to host Fulham
Liverpool are favourites to lift the EFL Cup after being drawn against West Ham United in the quarter-finals. Last season’s runners-up, Newcastle United, having eliminated Manchester City and Manchester United in the past two rounds, travel to Stamford Bridge for the next round to face Chelsea.
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Liverpool see off Cherries, Newcastle win at Old Trafford
Liverpool, winners of the competition a record nine times, including four consecutive wins between 1981 and 1984 won 2-1 at Bournemouth. West Ham scored an impressive victory over Arsenal, currently second in the Premier League. The Hammers ran out 3-1 winners at the London Stadium to set up the Anfield tie.
Newcastle beat last season’s winners Manchester United 3-0 in a rematch of the 2022-23 final. Despite being depleted by injuries and suspensions, boss Eddie Howe shuffled his pack, bringing in a number of fringe players. They produced a fine performance to secure only the Magpies’ second win over the Red Devils at Old Trafford since 1972.Chelsea saw off Blackburn to seal their quarter-final place.
Fulham will travel to Goodison Park to face Everton in an all-Premier League tie,, while the Football League will definitely be represented in the semi-finals, with Port Vale of League One hosting Championship side Middlesbrough.
EFL Cup quarter-finals
Everton v Fulham
Chelsea v Newcastle
Port Vale v Middlesbrough
Liverpool v West Ham
Matches will be played in the week commencing 18 December, 2023.
The four most fancied teams left in the competition have been drawn together and this reflects in the prices being offered.
Liverpool have the advantage of being drawn at home and, while West Ham represent a difficult task for any side, Jurgen Klopp’s side will be clear favourites.
Newcastle have been handed a tough task in the form of a trip to Stamford Bridge. Chelsea have a talented squad, though they are yet to find consistency.
At the time of writing, Coral have Liverpool priced at 2/1, ahead of Chelsea, 10/3 and Newcastle 7/2.
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