FA Cup Predictions
When do we release our FA Cup predictions?
Similar to English Premier League, we tend to release FA Cup football predictions on Monday at 13:00 London Time. FA Cup games are usually played over the weekend, except for replay games, which are scheduled for midweek.
Anyhow, we are on a quest to provide you with the best, high-quality FA Cup predictions during the season. We strongly recommend you to check out or FA Cup football tips as they could help you choose your bet of the day.
FA Cup predictions by Footballpredictions.com
FA Cup is one of the most famous cup competitions in the world football. Founded back in 1871, FA Cup is an English knockout football competition which pits together teams from different divisions.
A record of 763 English clubs took part in the 2011/2012 FA Cup, the tournament which consists of 12 randomly drawn rounds. The competition usually begins in August and the fact that there is no seeding in the draw, makes the FA Cup more interesting.
Both semi-final games and the final are hosted by Wembley Stadium. Arsenal and Manchester United are the two most successful clubs in the competition, with the Gunners clinching their 13th trophy in 2017. One year later the Red Devils won their 12th FA Cup title, beating Crystal Palace 2-1 in the title game.
A trophy with a long history
The first FA Cup tournament kicked off in November 1871, with Wanderers winning the trophy thanks to a hard-fought 1-0 win over Royal Engineers. The club managed to defend their title the following season, beating Oxford United in the final at Lillie Bridge (London).
The goal Everton attacker Louis Saha scored in the 2009 FA Cup final is the fastest goal in the FA Cup final history. The French striker found the net after just 27.9 seconds. Man City's 6-0 win over Watford in the 2019 FA Cup final is the largest winning margin in the title game. Bury outclassed Derby County 6-0 as well in the 1903 FA Cup final.
Legendary Arsenal coach is the FA Cup’s most successful manager, with the Frenchman winning seven titles with the Gunners. Arsene Wenger clinched his first FA Cup trophy with Arsenal back in 1998 and 19 years later he won his last title as the capital club defeated Chelsea 2-1 in the title game at Wembley Stadium.
FA Cup Tips, Predictions and Betting advice
When it comes to betting on the FA Cup, we suggest you to check out team news before placing your bets as coaches of the Premier League clubs often rest key players for league fixtures.
On the other hand, teams that struggle in the national championship always aim to record a good result in cup competition, therefore, keep that in mind when you decide to put your money on the FA Cup games.
The good news is that bookmakers offer higher odds on favourites in the FA Cup than in the Premier League.
Popular FA Cup betting tips
Betting on goals has turned out to be one of the most popular betting options, speaking of the FA Cup. Fans often see goal galore in the FA Cup matches, with underdogs oftentimes claiming major scalps in the first rounds of the competition.
Our advice is to avoid betting on favourites as coaches tend to mix their squads for the FA Cup matches.
Our Team of FA Cup Experts
We have always been very professional when it comes to delivering betting tips, predictions and the bet of the day.
Our betting advices arrive following in-depth researches, which include team news, head-to-head record and current form.
We did well to bring together a team of experienced writers, analysts and local bettors in order to find the best wagers to profit from. Our football experts are here to help you find the best betting opportunities.
We have been in the betting industry for more than a decade and it is no wonder our betting predictions are always reliable and up to date.
Our FA Cup tips are precise and reliable, with our readers being given clear arguments why to select a certain betting option.