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  • Wednesday, January 2nd, 2019

    FA Cup Third Round Preview

    By Jonathan Willis We haven’t had a lot of magic in the FA Cup over the last decade. Yes, there have been upsets and stunning results, but it’s been 10 years since we last saw a non-Premier League club make it to the finals of the competition, and it’s been almost 40 years since a non-first tier club won it. We’re familiar with the   More

  • Manchester United has a chance to tie Arsenal as the most storied club in FA Cup history heading into Saturday’s match with Chelsea. The Red Devils have won 12 FA Cups in the last 136 years, trailing only Arsenal who leads the way with 13.   More

  • Thursday, April 19th, 2018

    English FA Cup Semifinals Preview

    By Jonathan Willis We are down to just four teams left at this point in the battle to see who will win the FA Cup.The first semifinal will pit two of the best teams in England against each other. Both Tottenham and Manchester United seem destined to finish in the top four, and the winner of this match is likely to be the favorite in the FA Cup Final next month.   More

  • Thursday, March 15th, 2018

    English FA Cup Quarterfinals Preview

    By Jonathan Willis This weekend, all eyes in England turn to the FA Cup. For giants like Tottenham, Chelsea, and Manchester United, this is now serious business. All three clubs are now out of the Champions League and have virtually no chance of catching Manchester City for the Premier League title. This is their one chance left to win some hardware this season, so these teams will hold nothing back.   More

  • Wednesday, February 14th, 2018

    FA Cup Fifth Round Preview - Soccer Betting Odds

    By Anonymous

    Betcris.comWe are down from 737 clubs to the final 16 in the FA Cup. Major clubs like defending champions Arsenal and Liverpool are out of the competition, but other heavyweights like Chelsea, Tottenham, and the two Manchesters remain. At this point, those teams are likely to play their starters the rest of the way. However, the FA Cup is historically known for its upsets, and teams like Hull City and Huddersfield will attempt to keep their dreams alive.  More

  • Betcris.comThe FA Cup is down to the Round of 16 with three heavyweights remaining in Manchester City, Manchester United and Chelsea. City will play League One leaders, Wigan Athletic in a rematch of the 2013 final that Wigan won. It didn’t go any better in 2014 for City against Wigan, as City lost in the quarterfinals. It may be different this time around, as City is dominating the Premier League and should be very focused for the FA Cup. City is the favorite to win the FA Cup at odds of +225, while Manchester United is the second choice at odds of +300.  More

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