FA Cup Final: Man United eager to derail Man City’s treble bid

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FA Cup Final: Man United eager to derail Man City’s treble bid

Football fans are in for a treat on Saturday as Manchester City and Manchester United go head-to-head in the final of the FA Cup.

Man City are on course to win the treble this season having already claimed the Premier League title and reached the Champions League final.

The Red Devils will be eager to throw a spanner in the works given they completed the same achievement at the end of the 1998/99 campaign.

Read on as we take a closer look at FA Cup final and pick out three betting angles we believe are worth considering.


  • Goals on the cards at Wembley?
  • De Bruyne tempting in the ‘assists a goal’ market.
  • Tierney appointment points to bookings galore

Attackers Set to Shine at Wembley

Man City are a pretty short price to win the final inside 90 minutes and there is no value in backing them to get the job done.

However, Man United will be no pushovers and undoubtedly have the quality to get themselves on the scoresheet during the game.

With that in mind, odds of 19/10 with Rhino Bet for Man City to win and both teams to score will likely attract plenty of interest from punters.

Prolific striker Erling Braut Haaland will relish playing in his first FA Cup final and must fancy his chances of leading City to victory.

De Bruyne Fancied to Make his Mark

While Haaland has dominated most of the headlines for City this season, he has been helped in no small part by Kevin De Bruyne.

The Belgian playmaker has bagged ten goals and 28 assists in all competitions, and will be a massive threat to United’s backline this weekend.

On that basis, odds of 7/5 with several football betting sites to assist a goal during the game look an extremely tempting proposition.

De Bruyne is priced at 6/1 to score and assist, which may tempt punters who are looking for a little more bang for their buck.

Tierney Could be a Busy Man

Referee Paul Tierney will be the man in the middle this weekend, which could be the signal to check out the over/under cards market.

Tierney has been fairly trigger-happy in recent weeks, most notably when he showed eight cards in the Premier League game between Liverpool and Arsenal.

Odds of 5/4 with 10bet for over 4.5 cards in the game could be worth an interest, particularly with both sides desperate to get their hands on the trophy.

There were just three cards shown when the teams met in January, but the white-hot atmosphere at Wembley could result in tempers fraying.

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