MANCHESTER CITY’S League Cup record under Pep Guardiola is incredible and a derby win tonight would seal a fourth successive final.

But it was Manchester United who inflicted their last defeat in the competition over four years ago and they will be fired up for an Old Trafford repeat.

Both sides are in fine form heading into this semi-final, with United 10 games unbeaten domestically and City going 11 without defeat in all competitions.

Something has to give and I fancy Guardiola’s men who are 20/21 to finish the job in 90 minutes at McBookie and 8/15 with most firms to qualify.

If you want to boost those odds, a McBookie bet builder on City winning and Kevin De Bruyne scoring pays 29/10.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer played Fred and Scott McTominay to stifle City’s midfield earlier this season.

If he does that again the Brazilian looks good value for a card at 13/8 with McBookie.

There are some big games in Europe tonight as Juventus travel to AC Milan and Barcelona visit Bilbao.

A double on Juve and Barca pays 32/10 at McBookie.

Super Singles

  • Man City to win in 90 minutes (20/21, McBookie)
  • Fred to be carded (13/8, McBookie)

McBookie Star Bet

  • Juventus will look to Cristiano Ronaldo to topple Serie A leaders Milan and he’s 11/10 for anytime scorer.
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