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With two of the leading EFL Cup contenders in action on Wednesday, Betfair are taking on both teams including 5/1 on Arsene Wenger's men getting the better of Southampton

Liverpool and Hull City booked their place in the EFL Cup semi-finals and the bookmakers expect both Arsenal and Manchester United to join them.

With two odds-on favourites in action, punters might be tempted to avoid backing the home sides at such short prices, but Betfair have a choice of enhanced prices available for new customers.

Anyone yet to open an account with the online bookmaker will be able to take up either 5/1 (6.0) on the Gunners or 4/1 (5.0) on the holders securing a place in the next round.

To take up either of these enhancements, simply register using the links provided, back your chosen bet at the usual price shown on site and if it wins then the returns will be topped up at the final whistle. What's more, if your selection loses then the stake will be returned as a free bet.

Jose Mourinho's men are just 4/11 (1.36) to beat West Ham at Old Trafford but with their Premier League form stalling a little, a League Cup triumph would go some way towards upeasing the Old Trafford fan base.

United dominated the clash between these two sides just four days ago but failed to make a second breakthrough, partially thanks to an inspired display from Darren Randolph.

With both sides set to make changes, the hosts' squad depth could come to the fore and at 4/1 (5.0) they look likely to be a popular wager.

Arsenal are 17/20 (1.85) to beat Southampton in normal time but new Betfair players can take 5/1 (6.0).

Arsene Wenger's men have seen off Reading and Notttingham Forest by an aggregate score line of 6-0 and while changes are expected, the likes of Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Lucas Perez and Alex Iwobi should be out to impress at the Emirates.

Unbeaten in all competitions since their defeat to Liverpool on the opening weekend of the season, the chance to back 5/1 (6.0) on the home side looks sure to appeal to those who believe the Gunners will have too much for Claude Puel’s men.

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