Pep Guardiola's side have been dominant in the Premier League and are also firm favourites to clinch the first piece of silverware at Wembley
Norwich City and Wolverhampton Wanderers threatened to spring cup shocks on Tuesday night as Arsenal and Manchester City needed more than 90 minutes to see off their Championship opposition.
Both big guns made it through though, and City head dabblebet's Carabao Cup winner market at 15/8 (2.88) ahead of Thursday's quarter final draw, which takes place at 4pm in London.
Manchester United had few problems brushing aside Swansea City in their last 16 clash, with Jesse Lingard proving a potent attacking option for Jose Mourinho's side.
The red half of the city are 16/5 (4.20) to win the League Cup, something the Portuguese boss has achieved on no fewer than four occasions, including last season's triumph over Southampton.
Chelsea come next in the betting at 7/2 (4.50) with dabblebet, while Arsenal are available at 13/2 (7.50) with the same firm.
With Manchester City’s dominance meaning they’re trading at just 1/5 (1.20) for the Premier League title, this certainly offers the London pair the most realistic chance at domestic silverware this term.
New Leicester City boss Claude Puel was on the losing side against Mourinho in last season's finale but paid the price for what was perceived as a negative brand of football at St Mary's.
The 56-year-old has since been appointed at the King Power Stadium and is 11/1 (12.0) to go one better with a Foxes side that have beaten Sheffield United, Liverpool and Leeds so far.
West Ham staged a dramatic comeback from 2-0 down to knock out Tottenham at Wembley and Slaven Bilic may well regard this competition as his best opportunity at keeping his role in charge of the Hammers for a while longer, given their stuttering Premier League performances.
dabblebet go 22/1 (23.0) that they lift the trophy in February, while the same price is available on a Bournemouth side that eased past Middlesbrough in the last 16.
Finally, Bristol City are a massive 66/1 (67.0) to upset the top-flight dominance and lift the League Cup for the first time in their history. The Robins knocked Crystal Palace out on Tuesday and have twice made the semi-final stage of this competition, but have not done so since 1989.