FA Cup 2014/15 Betting - Q/F clashes dominate this weekend's football
The FA Cup makes a welcome return this weekend as eight teams do battle in the eagerly anticipated Quarter-Finals. The action gets underway on Saturday lunchtime when League One firecrackers Bradford lock horns with Championship side Reading at Griffin Park. Then, in the evening, Midlands rivals Aston Villa and West Brom go head-to-head in what promises to be a spicy encounter at Villa Park.
On Sunday, Liverpool will be looking to avoid an upset at home to Blackburn, while Monday's match pits old rivals Man Utd and Arsenal against each other at Old Trafford, in what is undoubtedly the tie of the round.
Each of the last-4 clashes will be Live On TV.
FA Cup Tips
- Bradford to beat Reading @ 13/8 with Betfred
- Aston Villa to beat West Brom @ 17/10 with Bet Victor
- Liverpool to beat Blackburn to nil @ 11/10 with Bet365
- Man Utd v Arsenal - BTTS @ 8/11 with Ladbrokes
Furthest Progressing Football League Team
- 10/11 Reading
- 11/10 Bradford
- 8/1 Blackburn
Odds courtesy of Sky Bet
FA Cup Outright Winner Betting
The FA Cup Outright Winner Betting market is always popular amongst football fans who love to get involved in having a bet. The bookmakers provide an array of betting specials throughout the tournament, which we will bring to your attention when available. Arsenal were the 2013/14 winners of the famous competition, and they will be gunning to retain their trophy this time around, with Arsene Wenger's men the narrow favourites ahead of Premier League rivals Man Utd and Liverpool
FA Cup Schedule
The FA Cup Schedule details all the rounds and key dates for the 2014/15 campaign, including all the latest fixture information and betting specials. This season's competition got underway way back in mid-August with the extra-preliminary round, while we are currently awaiting the quarter-finals which takes place in March. Meanwhile the Final will be played on Saturday 30 May 2015.
FA Cup Final
The FA Cup Final is the highest attended football event in United Kingdom and it sees the end of one of the most famous knockout competitions in the world. To play in an FA Cup Final is one of the most exciting experiences for professional footballers up and down the land, most of whom would have been brought up watching the final during their childhood and would have dreamt about samshing in the winning goal in front of 90,000 fans at Wembley Stadium.
The FA Cup is about to embark its 133rd year and there is no doubt that it is going as strong as ever. Last year’s Final was an engrossing encounter between Arsenal and Hull at a packed Wembley Stadium, with underdogs Hull pushing their opponents all the way, before eventually succuming in extra-time.
Last season Arsenal won their first trophy in nine years after beating Hull City 3-2 in a pulsating Final at Wembley Stadium. The Gunners stormed back from two goals down - after the Tigers took a shock 2-0 lead - to send the thrilling encounter into extra-time. The teams were trading blows, before Aaron Ramsey netted a late winner, which ended years of hurt for the North London club.