Home / sport / Liverpool vs Chelsea Odds, team news and Channel





Liverpool vs Chelsea Odds, team news and Channel

Bournemouth vs Southampton Odds, team news and Channel

The Citizens are the current FA Cup holders, having also won the last three editions of the Carabao Cup, and City are clear favourites to make it through to yet another final this weekend at Wembley Stadium.

ARSENAL and Man City are back on the hallowed Wembley turf as they go head-to-head for a place in the FA Cup final.

Arsenal vs Manchester City Latest Odds
The Citizens won the two Premier League encounters this season by the same scoreline, claiming 3-0 wins at both the Etihad Stadium and the Emirates Stadium.

So, what team will Guardiola go with against Arsenal? And, what will the final score be?

Ahead of the game, we used FIFA 20 to get a score prediction for the FA Cup semi-final between Arsenal and Man City.

Mikel Arteta meanwhile will be hoping to rectify June’s debacle at the Etihad and end a seven-match losing run against the Citizens. The record 13-time winners of this competition will be full of confidence following their recent win over the league champions on Wednesday.

Start time: 7.45pm BST
Venue: Wembley
TV/Live stream: BT Sport 1/BT Sport app, EE customers watch FREE
Arsenal XI: To follow
Man City XI: To follow

Pep Guardiola’s men have comfortably won both Premier League meetings this season, but the Gunners are in good recent form and will fancy their chances in a one-off cup tie.

Manchester City are aiming to win the FA Cup for the second season in a row, but must first get past Mikel Arteta’s Arsenal side in the FA semi-final on Saturday.

Pep Guardiola will be without cup goalkeeper Claudio Bravo against the Gunners, with Ederson set to take his place, whilst Kevin De Bruyne and Aymeric Laporte are set to come back into the side after being rested against Bournemouth in midweek.

“Arsenal manager Mikael Arteta has won the FA Cup twice as a player and was part of the backroom staff at Manchester City when they lifted the trophy last season. He will no doubt be desperate to see his Arsenal team win it in his first year at the helm. The Gunners will have been buoyed by their win against Liverpool last time out but with their form being somewhat inconsistent since the restart and with their recent poor record against the Citizens, I fancy City to win this one.

Saturday’s meeting at Wembley is a big one. Reigning champions versus most successful club. Pep Guardiola will be looking to mirror last month’s 3-0 win and secure a domestic double to sooth the pain of conceding the Premier League title to Liverpool.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *