CARABAO CUP WEDNESDAY: We look ahead to Wednesday’s CARABAO CUP game between MANCHESTER CITY v BURTON with extended stats and Betdaq’s own recommended bet.


8:00pm Man City will be looking to build on their victory over Liverpool last week and look for a place in the Carabao Cup Final. City have won five of their last six games at home. When it comes to this competition the Citizens have a consistent winning streak against teams in a lower division. Burton Albion and managing to maintain mid-table in League One and it’s a great achievement to have made it so far in this competition. However, playing a top-flight team like Man City in their home grounds isn’t even easy for the leaders in the Premier League, as seen last week with Liverpool. Unfortunately, this is where the run ends for Burton, which is why our recommended bet is to back No on Both Teams To Score at 1.3.


  • This is the first ever competitive meeting between Manchester City and Burton Albion.
  • Man City are participating in their 11th League Cup semi-final, qualifying for the final on
    six occasions (1969-70, 1973-74, 1975-76, 2013-14, 2015-16 and 2017-18); this is
    Burton’s first League Cup semi-final.
  • Manchester City have progressed from their last 10 League Cup ties against sides
    from a lower division, including a 3-0 win at League One side Oxford United in this
    season’s third round.
  • Burton are the first League One side to reach this stage of the League Cup since
    Sheffield United in 2014-15 – the Blades were then managed by current Brewers boss
    Nigel Clough.
  • Man City midfielder Kevin De Bruyne has scored eight goals and assisted four in 12
    League Cup appearances for the Citizens.
  • Burton have eliminated a team from a higher division in four previous rounds of this
    season’s League Cup, with only three teams ever eliminating five in one campaign –
    Swindon Town in 1968-69, Chester City in 1974-75 and Bradford City in 2012-13.
  • Man City’s last home League Cup match against a League One side was in
    September 2004, a 7-1 hammering of Barnsley.
  • This will be third time Nigel Clough has managed in a League Cup semi-final, taking
    charge of Derby’s second leg – a 2-4 defeat – against Man Utd in 2008-09 and
    leading Sheffield United to that stage in the 2014-15 campaign, losing to Spurs.

Back No on Both Teams To Score at 1.3.

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