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It's fair to say that Manchester United (1/7) have hit top gear under Erik ten Hag as they prepare to play host to League One side Charlton Athletic (12/1) on Tuesday night.
The Dutchman endured a challenging start to life in the Old Trafford hotseat, succumbing to defeats in each of his first two games - at home to Brighton (2-1) and a 4-0 hammering at the hands of Thomas Frank's Brentford in the capital.
However, they have bounced back emphatically and now appear well-positioned to make a serious push for a top four spot (1/2) in the former Ajax manager's first full season at the helm.
United's pedigree, and newfound confidence, ensures they are strong candidates in each of the three cup competitions they remain in too, although they do face Barcelona in what could be a pulsating two-legged affair in the Europa League next month.
Before then though, United will hope to do further damage on the domestic stage, starting with the EFL Cup, where victory over Charlton would secure them a semi-final spot and keep their hopes of replicating their most recent triumph in the competition, back in 2017, alive - they are 3/1 to lift the trophy.
For the visitors, the glamorous tie, their rich reward for overcoming higher league opposition in Brighton & Hove Albion and QPR, provides them the opportunity of testing themselves against one of the genuine world football heavyweights.
As with all three other EFL Cup quarter-finals this week, we've BOOSTED prices on a selection of markets ahead of the game, including a 4/1 shot that we feel carries plenty of appeal.
Manchester United to Win Both Halves
Alejandro Garnacho to Score Anytime in the Match
Over 2 Goals in the Match
Was 10/3 >> Now 4/1
Manchester United have breezed past both Aston Villa and Burnley en-route to their spot in the last eight, and there is every expectation that will prove the case once more as they gun for a place in the semi-finals.
Ten Hag's men dispatched of Burnley by two goals to nil on home soil last time out - winning both halves in the process - having previously seen off top-flight rivals Aston Villa 4-2 in an entertaining Old Trafford affair.
Both of those sides boast more quality than their latest opponents Charlton, and the Red Devils will fancy their chances of hitting the goal-trail once more and further extending their winning sequence of results to eight.
The hosts will make changes to their side, and that is likely to include a recall for the talented teenager Alejandro Garnacho, who will be desperate to net his second professional goal for the club having opened his account in sensational fashion against Fulham in November.
The Argentinean, 15/8 to score at anytime, is establishing himself as a key member within ten Hag's squad and certainly isn't void of confidence. He will be keen to break his duck in front of the Old Trafford faithful as he continues to emerge from the shadow of the recently departed Cristiano Ronaldo.
Over two goals have been scored in four of Manchester United's last five outings on their own patch, including their 3-1 success over Everton in the FA Cup third round at the weekend.
Whilst League One improvers Charlton have registered back-to-back victories over Portsmouth and Lincoln City to ignite a charge up the third tier, they did concede in each of those two outings.
Dean Holden will undoubtedly set his side up to sit deep and look to frustrate United, but you'd expect that if and when that deadlock is broken, the floodgates could well open for the home side to run away with a victory.
Manchester United v Charlton
Manchester United to Win 4-0
Was 17/2 >> Now 10/1
Anthony Martial to Score Anytime in the Match
Match result will be Manchester United
Over 9 Corners in the Match
Was 21/10 >> Now 5/2
Match result will be Draw or Charlton
Jayden Stockley - Over 0.5 Shots on Target in the Match
Jesurun Rak-Sakyi - Over 0.5 Shots on Target in the Match
Was 18/1 >>
Newcastle United v Leicester City
Newcastle United to Win 2-0
Was 6/1 >> Now 7/1
Half Time Result Newcastle United - Full Time Result Newcastle United
Chris Wood to Score Anytime in the Match
Both Teams to Score in the Match - Yes
Was 9/1 >> Now 11/1
Leicester City to Qualify
Kelechi Iheanacho - Over 0.5 Shots on Target in the Match
Bruno Guimaraes - Over 0.5 Shots on Target in the Match
Was 4/1 > Now 5/1
Youri Tielemans to Score at Any Time
Was 13/2 >> Now 15/2
Odds within this article were correct at the time of writing and are subject to withdrawal or change at any time.