Betting tips: Liverpool v Man City odds, kick-off time and betting preview

We take a look ahead to Liverpool v Man City and examine the best betting odds and offers ahead of the League Cup final at Wembley

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Can Liverpool beat Manchester City on Sunday? Photo: Paddy Power

Liverpool and Manchester City will do battle in the first cup final of the season at Wembley on Sunday afternoon.

The Reds are aiming to win the League Cup for a record ninth time, although the Merseyside outfit haven’t won the competition since 2011.

The Citizens have won the Capital One Cup more recently after Manuel Pellegrini’s side were 3-1 winners against Sunderland at Wembley in 2014.

Liverpool set up a Europa League last-16 meeting with Manchester United after Thursday night’s 1-0 win against Augsburg at Anfield.

The Eastlands outfit ended a three-game losing run after a 3-0 victory over Dynamo Kyiv in the Champions League in Ukraine on Wednesday night.

Liverpool have struggled to find consistent form since Jurgen Klopp’s appointment as Brendan Rodgers’ successor at Anfield back in October but will be desperate to lift their first trophy under the German on Sunday afternoon.

Manchester City, meanwhile, will be hoping to give Pellegrini a successful send-off by winning a trophy in his final season in charge before Pep Guardiola takes over in the summer.

Here is a breakdown of the best League Cup betting offers ahead of Sunday’s Liverpool v Man City showpiece at Wembley, as we round up the best betting odds and enhancements for the game.

Liverpool to beat Man City – 10/1

Jurgen Klopp’s side were 4-1 winners against City at the Etihad Stadium in their only Premier League meeting so far this season. It may surprise some but Liverpool have won three of their last four games against the Citizens, too. The Tipster is offering new Paddy Power customers enhanced odds of 10/1 on Liverpool to beat Man City. Click here to sign up to this exclusive time-limited offer.

Man City to beat Liverpool – 9/1

For those who fancy Pellegrini’s side to do the business at Wembley, new Paddy Power customers can get 9/1 enhanced odds on Man City to beat Liverpool at Wembley in Sunday’s final at Wembley. Click here to sign up now with Paddy Power and get these odds.

Arsenal, Man City, Juventus and Borussia Dortmund to win – 20/1

As already mentioned above, Man City will take on Liverpool in the League Cup final on Sunday. In the Premier League, Arsenal will make the journey to bitter rivals Manchester United. In a big weekend across Europe, Juventus will welcome Inter Milan, whilst Borussia Dortmund will host Hoffenheim. The Tipster is offering new Betfair customers enhanced odds of 20/1 on Arsenal, Man City, Juventus and Borussia Dortmund to win. Click here to sign up for this offer.

What time does Liverpool v Man City kick off?

Liverpool will take on Man City in the League Cup final at 16:30 GMT on Sunday 28 February 2016. The Capital One Cup final is live on Sky Sports 1 in the UK.

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