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FA Cup Quarter-Finals Betting Tips: Could Wolves pull off another cupset?

| 15.03.2019

Odds and preview for this weekend’s cup ties

We’re down to the last eight of the FA Cup now and a trip to Wembley is within sight.

Manchester City and Manchester United are the biggest sides left in the competition, but there’s plenty of scope for an upset this weekend.

We’ve previewed all four quarter-finals, starting with Watford’s tie against Crystal Palace…

Watford v Crystal Palace (Saturday 12:15pm, BT Sport 2)

An all-Premier League tie sees Watford as 27/20 favourites. Palace are further back at 21/10, but the away side has won both league meetings between these teams this term.

Both clubs would love a day out at Wembley, with Both Teams to Score available at 3/4.

There should be plenty of firepower on show too. Andre Gray tops the first goalscorer betting at 9/2, with Gerard Deulofeu 21/10 to net for the second game running.

Michy Batshuayi has added a cutting edge to Palace’s attack. The on-loan striker is 9/4 to net, while Wilfried Zaha is 5/2 anytime.

Swansea City v Man City (Saturday 5:30pm, BT Sport 2)

City are still on for a historic quadruple and it’s hard to see Swansea getting in their way.

The champions are 4/6 to win to nil, or 19/20 to win both halves.

Gabriel Jesus is in line to start up front for the visitors. He’s 7/2 to get two or more goals at the Liberty Stadium.

Wolves v Man Utd (7:55pm, BBC One)

Man Utd are 7/2 second-favourites to lift the trophy at Wembley, but they’ll need to be very wary of Wolves.

Nuno Espirito Santo’s side have either beaten or drawn with every member of the top six this term. They’ve already dumped Liverpool out of the cup too. We go 9/4 that these two can’t be separated after 90 minutes, while a repeat of their 1-1 draw in September is going for 11/2.

Raul Jimenez has two goals in his last two outings. There’s 7/4 about the Wolves striker extending that streak here.

With Romelu Lukaku a doubt, Marcus Rashford should lead United’s attack. He’s 21/10 to grab a goal.

Millwall v Brighton & Hove Albion (Sunday 2:00pm, BBC One)

Millwall are only a point above the Championship relegation zone, but The Den will be a cauldron for a big cup tie.

Brighton should be able to cope though, especially after their away win in a fierce M23 derby last weekend. We’ve got the Seagulls as 23/20 favourites.

Millwall will give it all they’ve got, with Brighton and Both Teams to Score at 4/1.

Glenn Murray’s 3/1 favourite to get the first goal. And Millwall will be looking to Lee Gregory as a 12/4 anytime scorer.

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Daniel Anwar

Daniel has written about sport for Coral, Squawka, FourFourTwo and the Premier League, among others.