Chelsea Liverpool Odds as Bet365 offer exclusive live stream on Carling Cup action

Chelsea will hope to make amends for their recent defeat against Liverpool by extracting almost immediate revenge when they come up against the Red in the Carling Cup quarter finals on Tuesday as Bet365 announce free bets and a live stream on the action from Stamford Bridge.

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Andre Villas-Boas’ side plumbed to the depths of despair when Glen Johnson, a former favourite at Stamford Bridge scored in the 87th minute to consign Chelsea to their third Premier League defeat in four games, heaping the ever-growing pressure on the Portuguese boss in the process.

The scrutiny on Villas-Boas job has eased somewhat after the comfortable 3-0 victory over Wolves on Saturday helped put Chelsea’s mid-week defeat in the Champions League against Bayer Leverkusen that followed the defeat against Liverpool, and now the former Porto man will look to get his side’s season back on track by edging closer towards the first showpiece final of the season.

Liverpool meanwhile backed up their win at Stamford Bridge with a well-earned point against runaway league leaders Manchester City on Sunday, and manager Kenny Dalglish will be desperate to get even a glimpse of the silverware as a manager that he won as a player with Liverpool, starting with the Carling Cup.

Both Villas-Boas and Dalglish will rotate their teams for the game after such a heavy workload in recent weeks, with a far less familiar line up expected to take to the field on Tuesday than the one on display in West London ten days ago.

Oriol Romeu made quite an impact when Villas-Boas opted for the former Barcelona youngster ahead of veteran midfielder Frank Lampard for the Wolves game, and he is likely to get the nod once more, ironically as one of the more experienced faces in the Chelsea side, although the Chelsea boss may opt to give some game time to Fernando Torres after leaving the Spaniard on the sidelines in recent weeks.

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