Fulham and Liverpool meet in the second leg of their EFL Cup semi-final at Craven Cottage tonight at 8 pm (UK time).
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Fulham vs Liverpool match odds
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It’s advantage Liverpool heading into this second EFL Cup semi-final, where the winner faces Chelsea in next month’s final.
Mauricio Pochettino’s side went into their second game against Middlesbrough trailing 1-0, but the Championship outfit capitulated as the Blues went to town, winning 6-1.
The Reds are the most successful club in League Cup history. The club from Merseyside have won the competition on nine previous occasions, with the most recent coming in 2022 when they outlasted Chelsea on penalties.
So far in this season’s tournament, Liverpool have gone through Leicester City, Bournemouth and West Ham, conceding once in each game and scoring at least two goals, which happened again in the first leg.
Jurgen Klopp’s men came from a goal down to run out 2-1 winners at Anfield last week. Willian had put the visitors in front before Curtis Jones and Cody Gakpo netted in three minutes after the hour mark.
Fulham, meanwhile, have never reached a League Cup final. This latest edition marks their best performance in history, with their previous best run in 2004/05 when neighbours Chelsea eliminated them in the quarter-finals.
Marco Silva’s men got past Tottenham (on penalties), Norwich City, Ipswich Town and Everton (on penalties) to have this opportunity to contest a major domestic cup at Wembley since the 1975 FA Cup final.
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