Liverpool, boosted by the return from suspension of superstar striker Luiz Suarez, look good value to upset Manchester United in a huge third-round Capital One Cup showdown at Old Trafford on Wednesday night.
The Red Devils are coming off a humiliating loss to Manchester City in the EPL on Sunday and have already been beaten 1-0 in the league this season by Liverpool.
That game was at Anfield, and United will have home ground advantage this time around, but there are several factors that make the Reds value to again beat their arch-rivals in this knockout League Cup tie.
Liverpool, with no European football this season, are likely to field a stronger side than United and will be boosted by the return of Suarez - following the completion of his ten-match ban for biting Chelsea's Branislav Ivanovic late last season.
In contrast, United manager David Moyes is unlikely to risk his star striker Robin Van Persie - a late injury withdrawal against City on Sunday - with matchday two of the Champions League coming up next week and a must-win home game in the EPL against West Brom in between.
However, Liverpool have won this competition a record eight times, including in 2012 in a year in which they also had no European football to contend with.
The Reds definitely look worth a punt at $2.37 in the draw no bet market at bet365 - where punters get their money back if the game ends in a draw at normal time - while they are $2.25 to qualify for the next round by winning this match either in normal time, extra-time or on penalties.
United barely troubled the Liverpool defence in their league meeting just three-and-a-half weeks ago in which Daniel Sturridge scored the only goal of the game in the fourth minute.
And while Suarez will no doubt be slightly rusty on his return, he is not totally lacking match fitness having recently played for Uruguay in the World Cup qualifiers and he would love nothing better than to score in his much-anticipated comeback.
Van Persie is the $5 favourite to score the game's first goal and $2.05 to score at any stage but looks a risk given he may not play, with Javier Hernandez better value for the home side at $7 and $2.62 respectively.
In the other games on Wednesday night two recent winners of the League Cup in Birmingham (in 2011) and Swansea (last season) clash at St Andrews.
Newcastle, despite their dismal record in this competition in recent years, should win at home at $1.72 against Championship side Leeds at $5 while Stoke at $1.72 should also win away at League One Tranmere at $5.
And in the other all EPL clash of the night Arsenal - looking much improved this season but still searching for their first trophy since 2005 - should win away at $2.10 against West Brom at $3.50 at bet365.
*Note prices subject to change