On this page, we provide well-analyzed betting tips for the FA Cup. Our predictions are handled by experts who carefully research vital information on various teams taking part in the competition. If you scroll down further, you will find more information about the FA Cup, the history and playing format. In addition, we provide various betting options with a high profit probability.
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Manchester United vs Fulham 19.03.2023
The Red Devils couldn’t find a win after their devastating 7-0 defeat by Liverpool, after the failure to claim a win over Southampton last weekend when they had a 0-0 draw with them. After an early red card by VAR reviewing shown to Casemiro in the 34th minute, Ten Hag’s side has to finish the ... More
Manchester City vs Burnley 18.03.2023
The quarter-final of the FA Cup is set to be one for the books, with Manchester City clashing with Burnley. It’s a clash between the top coach in the EPL, Pep Guardiola, and his former player and current manager of Burnley, Vincent Kompany. Manchester City is on a tear. They have won every game since ... More
Manchester United vs West Ham 01.03.2023
Erik Ten Hag is having a great time in the office right now with 10 unbeaten matches in a row. He has already added his first trophy in Old Trafford’s trophy cabinet and it looks like his technical bench will be pushing for a treble now. Their last 2 games in FA Cup speak clearly ... More
Bristol City vs Manchester City 28.02.2023
Manchester City will look to remain in contention for another FA Cup title when they face Bristol on Tuesday. So far, the Citizens have made the race for the PL unpredictable having remained 2 points behind Arsenal at the summit. This means if all goes well this season, City might clinch a domestic double. To ... More
Fulham vs Leeds United 28.02.2023
On Tuesday night, the EPL 6th placed Fulham will sit at home to host Leeds United in the FA Cup at the Craven Cottage (London). The “Cottagers” are currently having a good run in the EPL giving them high hopes of making it to the top 4 before the season ends. They are 6th with ... More
Brighton vs Liverpool 29.01.2023
It was an entertaining goal-hunting moment when Brighton played against Leicester in an EPL fixture on Saturday. This was a perfect workout to seek a victory for the upcoming game against Liverpool. They had triumphed in the last FA Cup match as they thrashed Middlesbrough with a 5 -1 win. Now they are onto the ... More
Preston vs Tottenham 28.01.2023
Preston pulled up an impressive 3-1 come-from-behind win over Huddersfield to book this 5th-round tie against Premier League titans Tottenham. They carried this momentum to their weekend Championship fixture which saw them claim all three points away at Birmingham with a 2-1 win keeping their playoff hopes alive. Ryan Lowe will be hoping his charges ... More
Manchester City vs Arsenal 27.01.2023
It is the 1/16 round of the England FA Cup Finals, and Manchester City will welcome the Gunners at Etihad Stadium, Manchester, and it’s going to be a cracker! Josep Guardiola and Man City have recovered well after losing to their rivals in the Manchester derby, winning two consecutive matches against Tottenham and Wolves. After ... More
Wolverhampton vs Liverpool 17.01.2023
A 1-0 victory over West Ham United at Molineux Stadium marked Wolves’ fourth straight game without suffering a defeat. Fans are longing to see their team eliminate the reigning FA Cup Champions, Liverpool, from the tournament especially after realizing the sloppy play from Merseyside’s backline. Wolves played brilliantly in the first leg, finishing with a ... More
Oxford United vs Arsenal 09.01.2023
On Monday night, the EPL leaders Arsenal will face Oxford in the FA Cup at Kassam Stadium (Oxford). The league one-side team oxford is currently 14th on their table and their last five games don’t look a better off run. They have annexed only 1 win in their previous 5 games, drawing 2 and losing ... More
What kind of FA Cup tips do we offer?
You can find a wide range of options to bet on the FA Cup like:
Single Bets and odds betting tips
1×2, double chance, both teams to score, over & under, combo, correct score, halftime/fulltime, number of goals, anytime scorer, handicap, draw-no-bet, corner among others
Accumulator bets and odds tips
This is a combination of multiple betting selections in order to get higher odds for higher winnings. If this will be suitable winning strategy in the FA Cup, we will let you know in our tips.
System bets and odds
System bets like 2 out of 3 or 3 out of 4 are sometimes very advisable as you can combine more matches on your betting slip and take a higher risk. If the “risky bet/match” goes wrong, you do not lose the bet as you got one chance of failure.
What do we analyze in our FA Cup tips?
Our experts carry out an in-depth analysis of various matches focusing on key indices such as head to head stats , possible squads, recent performance, injured or booked key players, and lots more, to help you make an informed betting decision.
In addition, we take a look at previous FA Cup games, home and away results. We then provide accurate information on bookmakers and the odds they are offering. Furthermore, we compare these odds, analyze the chances and help you decide which one to go for.
For whom are the FA Cup tips made?
We focus on users from African countries: Nigeria, Kenya, Ghana, South Africa, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia and many other African countries. We provide the best football betting tips for today at no cost.
Moreover, our betting professionals want to share their knowledge with you! The goal is to develop a very strong and experienced community of betting professionals.
More about the FA Cup
The FA Cup, the oldest national football competition in the world, is a yearly knockout football tournament organized by the English Football Association. It was first played in 1871/72 season and was named the Emirates FA Cup in 2005 after its headline sponsor. In this tournament, there are 12 randomly drawn rounds followed by the Semi-Finals and Final.
Any club that meets the competition’s qualifications, down to Level 10 of the English Football League System, is eligible to compete. Apart from receiving the FA Cup trophy and the prize money, winners also qualify for the Europa League and face the League Champions in the Community Shield the following season.
As stated earlier, the FA Cup is the oldest football competition in the world. Its inaugural edition kicked off in November 1871. After 13 matches were played, Wanderers were crowned Champions in 1872. This format was used until 1888/89 season when qualifying rounds were introduced.
Having previously featured replays, the modern day practice of ensuring the semi-final and final matches finish on the day was introduced in 2000.
Arsenal are the most successful club in the history of the competition with fourteen titles while Arsene Wenger is the most successful manager having won seven trophies as Arsenal boss. Leicester are the current Champions, having defeated Chelsea 1-0 in the 2021 Final. Find a list of more straight win soccer predictions on our overview.
Every clubs in the highest four divisions of English Football are automatically eligible.
For teams in the lower level, they can participate provided they have been a part of the FA Cup, FA Trophy, or FA Vase the previous season.
Over the years, the number of clubs taking part has increased significantly with 736 participating in the 2020/21 season.
The FA Cup is a knockout tournament with 12 rounds, a Semi Final and a Final. It begins with a qualifying round involving bottom level or non-league teams. The qualifying round, which usually starts in August, is divided into different stages namely; extra preliminary round, preliminary round, first round, second round, third round and fourth round.
After the conclusion of the qualifying phase, the competition proper begins. Also, the competition proper is divided into five rounds after which teams proceed to the quarter final, semi final and final.
In rounds up to and including the Fourth Round Play, games that end in a tie (after normal time) are replayed at a later date at the home team’s stadium; if the replay is still tied, the victor is determined by a period of extra time and, if required, a penalty shootout. From the quarter-finals onwards, ties have been settled on the day, using extra time and penalties, since 2016–17. In 2018–19, ties in the Fifth Round are also decided by extra time and penalties.
More about FA Cup betting
The FA Cup is financially strong, although not as strong as the Premier League or the Champions League. Betting activities are strictly monitored very closely by companies for fraud prevention.
Our tips are only suggestions. Please do not blindly follow our analysis but think carefully before placing a bet. We are not liable for any losses you might make following our predictions. You need to be 18+ to be allowed to place a bet. Terms and conditions of respective bookmakers apply.
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