FA Cup Semi Finals


The FA Cup semi-finals will take place this weekend with quadruple-chasing Manchester City facing Brighton on Saturday, while Watford and Wolves battle it out on Sunday, both ties at Wembley Stadium.

Saturday 6 April

1/8 Manchester City | Draw 13/2 | Brighton 21/1 (18:30)
Manchester City will be confident of getting past Brighton, who will play their first FA Cup semi-final since 1983. Since the Seagulls earned promotion to the top flight in the 2017/18 season, Pep Guardiola’s side have met Chris Hughton’s men three times in the league and have been victorious each time. The Citizens have already won the Carabao Cup at Wembley this season, while they are also aiming to win the Premier League and Champions League in an unprecedented quadruple. Guardiola’s star-studded side should have too much class for the Seagulls. With very little value on City, take Home to Score in Both Halves at 13/20.

Sunday 7 April

21/10 Watford | 43/20 | Wolves 13/10 (17:00)
This should be a very tight affair with very little separating these sides in the Premier League as they look to pip each other to seventh place. Watford have had a somewhat easy passage into this stage of the tournament, travelling to non-league side Woking, Newcastle, second-tier outfit QPR and Crystal Palace at home. Wolves have been the giant killers in the FA Cup, having knocked out Liverpool and Manchester United, and Nuno Espirito Santo’s side will be looking to reach the final for the first time since they last lifted the trophy in 1960. With the likes of Raul Jimenez, Diogo Jota, Ruben Neves and Joao Moutinho, they should have enough quality to get the job done. I’m expecting a close affair but my money’s on Wolves.

DOUBLE @ 27/10
Man City To Score In Both Halves 13/20
Wolves Win 13/10

Chad Nagel

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