Burnley, Derby, Spurs or United?

By Online Editorial
Spurs are defending their title as Carling Cup holders

Spurs are defending their title as Carling Cup holders

We want to know who you think will the Carling Cup this season.

Following the first leg of the semi-finals that took place this week, it’s Derby and Spurs that take leads into their respective return ties, but who will win the competition overall?

Will Spurs do the business for a second year running, and secure UEFA Cup football for next season?

Can Derby hold on to, or even add to their 1-0 lead at Old Trafford?

Let us know by casting your vote in the box in the right-hand column >

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