Manchester City’s quest for the treble continues against bitter rivals Manchester United in the FA Cup final at Wembley on Saturday. Get the latest team news, kick-off times and more here!
Can United spoil City’s season?
With a third-successive Premier League title already wrapped up, Manchester City remain on course for an unprecedented treble. A trip to Istanbul for their UEFA Champions League final clash against Inter Milan awaits, but first they must put away age-old foes United in London.
Pep Guardiola picked up his one and only FA Cup winners’ medal in 2019 during City’s “Fourmidable” season, but will be desperate to add to his collection this weekend.
The Red Devils have made enormous strides, finishing third in the league and winning the League Cup in Erik ten Hag’s first season at the helm. It won’t be long before they are Premier League title contenders and bagging a cup double this weekend would give them a major boost in the confidence department.
Hollywoodbets has made Man City favourites heading into this one, with a draw seemingly very unlikely at 37/10.
That said, given the Red Devils have won their last four in a row, they’ll be riding a wave of confidence themselves and could look to bring a very physical brand of footy to the contest.
Other exciting betting options include getting on both teams to score (7/10) or neither (1/1), as well as having a strike on which side will lead at the break. City are priced at 19/20 with United at 46/10 and 29/20 for a draw.
To Win (90 mins)
Man City 5/10 | Draw 37/10 | Man United 5/1
When And Where To Watch
The match will be broadcast live on SuperSport Premier League (channel 203) at 15:50 with the build-up starting at 15:00.
Wembley, “The Home of Football”, is situated in the eponymous suburb in north-west London with a capacity of a staggering 90, 000. It opened in 2007, replacing the original stadium of the same name which was established in 1923.
Wembley has hosted the majority of FA Cup finals since it was first established.