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FA Cup Accumulator – 20th & 21st March 2021

We had a winner! At long last, the Champions League paid out for me last week and while it wasn’t massive money (just over £60 in total), it was at least a win, which after so many near misses over the last few weeks, feels good to finally land one.

Added to my profit in other bets on single games, that represented a very good week for me, even before we add on any profits coming from the Europa League games, and I do feel a surge of confidence ahead of this weekend’s matches.

That’s because we are looking at another quartet of cup ties, this time in the FA Cup. We are now at the quarterfinal stage of the competition. We have all four games being played to a conclusion across Saturday and Sunday.  Remember, no replays this year remember and I’ve got a feeling going forward, that may well be the case from now on.

There are three all-Premier League clashes as you would expect at this stage of the tournament, but we also have one match between a Championship side and a Premier team struggling for form, so there is definitely potential for something of an upset in that one.

The big games though this weekend come at Goodison Park where Everton face Manchester City, and at the King Power Stadium, where Leicester City host Manchester United in what should be a couple of cup crackers to enjoy.

Anyway, I’m feeling confident after a good week this past 7 days, so let’s toll on with this set of tips for this weekend.

FA Cup Accumulator – 20th & 21st March

    • 12:15
    • Sat - Bournemouth v Southampton. - Home Win
    • 5:30
    • Sat - Everton v Man City - Away Win
    • 1:30
    • Sun - Chelsea v Sheff Utd - Home Win
    • 5:00
    • Sun - Leicester v Man Utd. - Away Win
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Bet Analysis: Saturday 20th March

Bournemouth v Southampton – Home Win

For me, this is the game this weekend where I feel an upset is most likely. Bournemouth had started the Championship season pretty well, but lost their way a little which resulted in the sacking of their manager Jason Tindall, but since then they have started to find some better form again and now lie 7th in the table. In contrast, Southampton have won just one of their last eleven games in the Premier League and really, it is only their cup wins in the 3rd and 4th Rounds that have stopped this being a fully-fledged disaster for Ralph Hassenhutl’s team. That said, I think this is a very tough game for the Saints and like I mentioned before, I do feel this one is primed for an upset win for the home side.

Everton v Manchester City – Away Win

There was a time when Manchester City didn’t really enjoy coming to Merseyside and had a very poor record here. Well they ended their Anfield hoodoo a few weeks back with a superb 4-1 win at Liverpool, and their record against Everton in recent times has been superb with them winning all of the last six games, including three games at Goodison Park in that run. Compounding matters for Everton is the fact that they don’t have the best home form this season and they are facing a team that has been, one defeat apart, almost perfect for the best part of 25 games or so. With City chasing an unprecedented quadruple, I fancy them to earn a semifinal spot here.

Bet Analysis: Sunday 21st March

Chelsea v Sheffield United – Home Win

After a very good 3-0 aggregate win over La Liga leaders Atletico Madrid in the Champions League this week, Chelsea will be stoked full of confidence ahead of their game with bottom of the Premier League Sheffield United. Chris Wilder’s resignation due to differences with the board, has hit the Blades hard and to be honest, even if he had stayed in the post, I don’t think the away side would have had much of a chance anyway. Chelsea look a much more settled team under Thomas Tuchel at the moment and defensively they look rock solid. This should be a very comfortable win for the Londoners in my view.

Leicester City v Manchester United – Away Win

Third in the Premier League hosts second and you would likely think that this game would be a very close call. However, records suggest Leicester have a massive task to land the win here given that they have an abominable record against Manchester United. Leicester have won just one of the last 25 games between the teams, with just 5 draws in that time too, while United have won 19 of those games including eight of the last ten between the two teams. Leicester have not beaten United at all since September 2014, in their league winning season, and their 2 FA Cup clashes have also gone the way of United too. With United’s away form so strong, and Leicester missing a couple of key players, I am backing the Red Devils to land a comfortable and statement win here.

Dean Wyatt

Author: Dean Wyatt

Dean Wyatt is the founder and editor here at Acca Nation. He’s been betting sports for over 20 years and is a profitable sports trader on the exchanges.

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