The Football Association Cup, the oldest football competition in existence, is still being played today. Fans are treated to unforgettable moments and intense emotions. These emotions can only be multiplied if they have wagered money. Let’s have a look at our predictions and find out more information below.
This competition’s unpredictable nature is what makes it so popular with fans. There are a lot of teams who take the Cup seriously and win it is important. This may not be true for Manchester City, but the FA Cup is a club we have predicted will win. However, their talent may make it difficult to handle indirect eliminations from other teams.
Now we’re down to four teams, and nerves will be evident as each team is only one step away the final. Who will make it to the semi-finals of 2020/21 FA Cup Cup? It’s an all Premier League affair with Chelsea, Man City and Leicester making it to the final four. The final will be decided by one of the unfancied teams on that list. Chelsea will take on Man City in their first semi-final, while Southampton and Leicester will battle it out in the second. We expect two close matches. At this stage of competition, anyone can overcome the odds and cause an upset to make their own history.
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Chelsea to Win: Full-Time Results
This season, there has been very little between the Premier League sides and we expect that to change in the FA Cup final. Chelsea has the advantage of having been at the FA Cup final last year, where they lost to Arsenal. Leicester have only been to this final four times and lost each time. Chelsea are the favourites for form and the bookmaker’s favorite to win Saturday.
Total Goals: Below 2.5 Goals
We expect another intense 90 minutes between the two teams on Saturday. Five of the six previous meetings between Chelsea and Leicester produced less than 2.5 goals. Five of Chelsea’s six previous outings in all competitions produced less than 2.5 goals (before the match against Arsenal), and the Londoners boast one of the most impressive defensive records in the Premier League, since Frank Lampard took over as Chelsea manager.Last Updated on October 2, 2021