Jurgen Klopp's men reached the final of the EFL Cup last season and new Betfair customers can get a huge enhanced price of 3/1 on the Reds winning again at Anfield
They may be in the mix for the Premier League title this season, but Liverpool can turn their attentions to another piece of potential silverware at Anfield on Tuesday, and Betfair have a huge new customer offer for anyone who wants to back the home side.
After getting the better of Tottenham in the previous round, as well as comprehensive victories over Burton Albion and Derby County to reach this stage, Jurgen Klopp's men are heavy favourites to see off a third Championship side in the form of Leeds United.
Klopp's men are no bigger than 2/7 (1.29) to secure safe passage to another cup semi-final with a victory in normal time, which implies around a 77% chance of the bet winning. While some rotation is expected, the Reds have shown they have a squad capable of coping with such changes and it looks an uphill battle for Garry Monk's men to transfer a good run of Championship form into a result here.
With that in mind, 3/1 (4.0) about a Liverpool win should prove a great option for those who are yet to open a Betfair account and want to kick start their balance. Not only is this a fantastic price on the match but anyone taking it up will get their money back as a free bet if the selection loses plus the chance to claim £100 in free bets on subsequent wagers.
To take advantage of this offer, simply register using the links provided, place your first bet on Liverpool at the usual price shown on site and if they win as expected then the returns will be topped up at the final whistle.
With no European competition to worry about this season, Klopp can afford to use this opportunity to evaluate the depths of his squad but the teams for previous rounds have been far from second string.
The likes of Lucas, Jordan Henderson and Divock Origi started in the 3-0 win over Derby County, and the Belgian striker will certainly feel he has a fantastic opportunity to stake his claim for a starting spot, having come off the bench to open the scoring against Sunderland in the Premier League on Saturday.