The Carabao Cup, also known as the League Cup and EFL Cup, is the second club competition in the English leagues. Our Carabao Cup predictions and betting tips for the next round will be posted below as part of our football predictions series.
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Looking for the latest Carabao Cup betting tips for the next round of the League Cup matches? Our predictions and betting tips will help you pick the best bets for the matches and provide some insight into the upcoming fixtures. See the answers to our FAQs below:
The Carabao Cup is for the teams in the Premier League, Championship, League One and League Two. The Premier League teams enter at the second round stage and the Premier League teams involved in European competition don't enter until Round 3. It is a knockout tournament with the final taking place at Wembley in February.
If you're looking for predictions on today's Carabao Cup matches, you need to head to our special page where there will be betting tips for each match. The selections will be posted a day or two before the fixture kicks-off so you have plenty of time to consider our tips and then place your bets.
When you bet on the League Cup, always take into consideration that a lot of managers, especially from the Premier League, will make changes to their team and rest some of their big stars. This is important when looking for Carabao Cup predictions and one of the key features of our betting tips will be trying to decide which Premier League managers will change their teams.
Sky Sports will be covering the featured matches of the 2020/21 Carabao Cup. There are also highlights on Channel 5.
Sunday 28th February 2021.
No extra-time will be played in the Carabao Cup third round. The tournament decided to scrap extra-time ahead of the 2018/19 season to help reduce player fatigue. Ties will instead go straight to a penalty shootout.