Saturday 20th March 2021 - Sunday 21st March 2021.
Kick-off: Various (UK).
FA Cup Quarter-finals.
How to watch the FA Cup in the UK: BBC One and BT Sport 1
The quarter-finals of the FA Cup promise to be high-quality and tense affairs with the top four teams in the Premier League all still in the competition!
Bournemouth vs Southampton
Saturday 20th March, 12:15, BT Sport 1.
Bournemouth are in the FA Cup quarters for only the second time after they beat Burnley in the previous round. Southampton’s run has been more impressive as they knocked out holders Arsenal in the 4th round and Wolves in the last round. Southampton have a good record at Dean Court, winning two and drawing two of their previous four games there. Despite being the favourites, the Saints are not in good form, losing four from their last five games, which has dragged them into a relegation battle.
Betting tip: Southampton to win at 1/1.
Everton vs Manchester City
Saturday 20th March, 17.30, BT Sport 1.
Man City’s form shows no signs of stopping despite Manchester United ending their 21-match winning streak a couple of weeks back. They have cruised to victories in the three games since then. City have won six consecutive games against Everton and are heavily favoured to make it seven. The Toffees do have home advantage, and it’s possible that Pep Guardiola will field a somewhat weakened side considering that their main focus is the Champions League.
Betting tip: 2 or 3 total goals at 21/20.
Chelsea vs Sheffield United
Sunday 21st March, 13.30, BBC One.
Sheffield United will have to make do without Chris Wilder as he left his role after five years as manager. The Blades are bottom of the league with a measly 14 points, and they suffered an embarrassing 5-0 defeat to Leicester last weekend. Chelsea beat Sheffield Utd 4-1 at Stamford Bridge earlier this season, and a similar outcome is expected here considering the turmoil at Bramall Lane. Chelsea are in good spirits after their impressive 2-0 win over Atletico Madrid in the Champions League, and Thomas Tuchel should expect his side to maintain their unbeaten start since he became manager of the club come Sunday’s game.
Betting tip: Both teams to score at 6/5.
Leicester City vs Manchester United
Sunday 21st March, 17.00, BBC One.
Leicester have a dreadful record vs Man Utd, with a 5-3 win in 2014 being the sole victory in the 21st century. Only one point separates the sides in the league, and a win for either could provide a much-needed boost in momentum come the final stretch of games. The Foxes and the Red Devils played out a 2-2 draw at the King Power in December, and this encounter promises to be equally as tight.
Betting tip: Manchester Utd to win at 27/20.
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