The English schedule is split this weekend between FA Cup and Premier League football.
Our first feature game, which is set to take place on Saturday noon, will see Crystal Palace make the short trip to Watford for a match that will decide who books a place in the last four of the FA Cup.
Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City, who are chasing for the quadruple, will travel to Wales for a match against Championship side Swansea City in the quarter final of the FA Cup, whereas their cross city rivals Manchester United will be on the road against Wolverhampton Wanderers in the same competition on Saturday.
In matters English Premier League, Fulham will play host to Liverpool on Sunday afternoon, while the final fixture of Match Week 31 sees Chelsea travel to the North West, for a match against Everton.
Football multi-bet for Match Week 31 and the FA Cup Quarterfinals:
- Watford and Palace to both score – -131.58
- Man City to win – -769.23
- Man United to win – +130
- Liverpool to win – -454.55
- Everton and Chelsea to both score to win – -131.58
EPL Accumulator Odds – +882 at 5Dimes
Parlay leg 1 – Watford vs. Crystal Palace
Saturday, March 16 – 12:15pm Local time – Vicarage Road, Watford, United Kingdom
Watford will be hoping to maintain their impressive run against Crystal Palace when they welcome the Eagles to Vicarage Road in the first FA Cup match of the weekend.
Javi Gracia’s charges have defeated Palace 2-1 in their last two Premier League meetings; with the most recent coming just two months ago. The Hornets look quite good on paper, seeing as they are eighth on the log—six places and ten points above Roy Hodgson’s side—but there is simply no ruling out any of the sides given how it’s their last chance to secure silverware this season.
Prediction: Both teams to score – -131.58 at 5Dimes
Parlay leg 2 – Swansea City vs. Manchester City
Saturday, March 16 – 5:20pm Local time – The Liberty Stadium, Swansea, Wales
Manchester City are quite rightly enjoying their best season since Pep Guardiola took over the mantle of authority at the Etihad.
Other than securing the EFL Cup when they beat Chelsea in a penalty shootout last month, the Premier League champions currently lead the log with eight league matches left to the close of the season.
They are further through to the quarterfinals of the Champions League after a spectacular 10-2 aggregate win over Schalke 04, and have a match against Swansea City for a place in the last four of the FA Cup.
Manchester City’s financial clout seems to be paying massive dividends, which is quite a shame for Championship fodder Swansea City who will be on the receiving end of a thorough thrashing.
Prediction: Man City to win – -769.23 at 5Dimes
Parlay leg 3 – Wolverhampton Wanderers vs. Manchester United
Saturday, March 16 – 7:55pm Local time – Molineux, Wolverhampton, United Kingdom
Manchester United will be adamant to return back to winning ways when they travel to the Molineux Stadium for an FA Cup quarterfinal tie with Wolverhampton Wanderers. Ole Gunner Solskjaer tasted defeat in the Premier League for the first time since taking over the managerial role, as Manchester United fell to a 2-0 defeat away to Arsenal last weekend.
Perhaps the cost of an exultant midweek Champions League night in which the Red devils exhibited remarkable recovery powers to knock out tournament favorites Paris Saint-Germain in the last-16, last Sunday’s loss to Arsenal will be nothing but a blip on the radar.
Wolves have often troubled Manchester United especially at the Molineux, but the visitors should be able maintain their most realistic bid for silverware this season by registering a win against Nuno Espírito’s stubborn side.
Prediction: Man United to win – +130 at 5Dimes
Parlay leg 4 – Fulham vs. Liverpool
Sunday, March 17 – 2:15p.m Local time – Craven Cottage, London, United Kingdom
Jurgen Klopp will be hoping to capitalize on Manchester City’s enforced absence from Premier League action this weekend when his side travels to London for a match against relegation-threatened Fulham.
Manchester City’s FA Cup commitment this weekend presents the perfect opportunity for the Reds to leapfrog the champions on the table; being that a win will establish a two-point gap at the helm and undoubtedly pile the pressure on Pep Guardiola’s side who will equally make up for their absence with a match against Fulham next weekend.
Liverpool is fresh off of a thrilling 3-1 win over Bayern Munich in the Champions League; an outcome that knocked the Bundesliga holders out of Europe’s most prized Cup competition.
The Reds as such shouldn’t have too many problems sweeping aside Fulham this Sunday.
Prediction: Liverpool to win – -344.83 at 5Dimes
Parlay leg 5 – Everton vs. Chelsea
Sunday, March 17 – 4:30p.m Local time – Goodison Park, Liverpool, United Kingdom
Chelsea bounced back from their hard-fought 1-1 draw with Wolves last weekend to thrash Dynamo Kyiv 5-0 in the last-16 of the Europa League.
The result could arguably take a toll on Maurizio Sarri’s charges that have an unwelcoming Premier League trip to Goodison Park on Sunday.
Prediction: Everton and Chelsea both to score – -131.58 at 5Dimes
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