Football Betting Odds for the 2018 FA Cup Final
Chelsea and Manchester United have played out some fierce games over the past decade and this Saturday the pair go head-to-head for silverware once more. The two clubs meet at Wembley for this season’s FA Cup Final, with no love-lost between managers Jose Mourinho and Antonio Conte, another intense clash is expected. We take a look at the betting odds ahead of this game and which bets are being backed by punters.
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Who’s the favourite to win?
The vast majority of Bookmakers have priced Manchester United as the favourites to win this tie in 90 minutes. United are available at odds of around 6/4, while Chelsea are being priced at around 19/10. There isn’t much in this one and the odds reflect this, however many appear to fancy United to come out victorious here.
Who’s being backed to score?
Romelu Lukaku has been priced as the favourite to get himself on the scoresheet at Wembley. The big Belgian is priced at just under 2/1 to score with most Bookmakers, with Lukaku no doubt hopeful of lifting his first trophy since joining the Red Devils whilst also getting one over his old club Chelsea.
Alvaro Morata and Oliver Giroud are Chelsea’s shortest priced players to score on Saturday. Many are still unsure who manager Conte will select to lead the line on Saturday, but both are priced at around 2/1 to score with the majority of bookmakers.
Odds to lift the trophy
In terms of outright odds to lift the trophy, Chelsea represent the better value being priced at Evens or just slightly above. The Red Devils are just below Evens with every bookmaker, again highlighting that United are the more fancied of the two. The prices for this market of course cover the team should they win in 90 minutes, extra-time or on penalties, so some may prefer to bet on this market rather than the standard win-in-90 minutes odds listed above.