Wednesday Capital One Cup Live Streaming : Manchester United and Liverpool look to get back on winning track in North West Derby clash

Latest Capital One Cup live streaming news with Manchester United Liverpool odds, as Newcastle Leeds, West Brom Arsenal, Birmingham Swansea also feature tonight.

There are plenty of games to get involved with tonight as Bet365 continue to live stream a variety of football fixtures from across Europe and England through their new online television service, available to punters and fans alike.

Manchester United are 5/4 favourites to defeat Liverpool as two of England’s biggest rivals clash in the 3rd round of the Capital One Cup.

After both suffering humiliating defeats over the weekend, Manchester United and Liverpool will be keen to get their teams firing on all cylinders in the pick of Wednesday’s 3rd round ties.

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The tie always creates headlines and the biggest story to emerge from the tie is the return of Luis Suarez who is set to make his return after a 10-game suspension.

Having looked likely to leave Anfield over the summer, Suarez was unable to secure a move away during the transfer window and now the Uruguayan will look to get back to business against one of his side’s biggest foes.

Suarez’s inclusion in the matchday squad will certainly boost Liverpool fans who have seen several other players ruled out through injury including Sebastian Coates, Coutinho and Joe Allen.

However, Danish centre-back Dan Agger is still undergoing tests to see whether he’ll be fit for the tie and could either add or reduce pressure on Brendan Rogers.

Meanwhile, United are going to be looking to come back strongly after their shock 4-1 defeat to rivals Man City on Sunday with a resounding victory over their other main rivals.

However, David Moyes will have to do it without the services of Robin Van Persie who has yet to recover from the groin injury that also made him miss Sunday’s game.

Alongside Van Persie’s absence, David Moyes is also going to be without the defensive pairing of Rafael and Phil jones who are still nursing injuries that have prevented them for playing in the last couple of games.

The other notable tie is the other all Premier League clash as West Brom play host to league leaders Arsenal at The Hawthorns.

Fresh from picking up their first win of the season against Sunderland, West Brom will be hoping that several of their first team names such as Shane Long and Chris Brunt pull through late fitness tests to help put added pressure on Arsenal.

However, The Baggies will still be without first choice goalkeeper Ben Foster and new signing Matej Vydra who are the biggest absences from tonight’s tie.

Having won 7 games on the trot, Arsenal will be looking to add West Brom to the growing number of scalps that the team have claimed in the past few weeks.

With Arsene Wenger expected to rotate several key players, it seems that unsettled Danish striker Nicklas Bendtner could play his first game for Arsenal in 2 years having had a move to Crystal Palace fall through on deadline day.

The clash might also give a chance for new goalkeeper Emiliano Viviano to make his debut for the club after signing on loan from Palermo on deadline day having only made the bench on the last couple of games.

Having seen many of the other top Premier League sides safely advance to the next round of the competition, Arsenal, Manchester United and Liverpool will be keen to join the others in the draw as the night draws to a close.

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