FA Cup odds
Who wins the FA cup 2018/2019?
FA Cup 2018 – 2019
It was on the 22nd minute when Adrian Hazard made sure that he is responsible putting Chelsea on top of Manchester United to win the FA Cup. One of the most prestigious football competitions that have ever existed in the medium. It wasn’t too much fortunate for Arsenal this time and the way they were taken out of the tournament was yet another shocker for all of their fans as well. A lot happened surprisingly and memorable in this tournament and when we say that, we definitely not mean Kelechi Iheanacho of Leicester City becoming the very first player to score a goal, thanks to the virtual referee.
Chelsea with the 8th title and Manchester United with the runners up is definitely an equation the football fans around the world are going to cherish for a very long time. The 138th edition of the tournament that is said to be the oldest in football history is going to begin this time around with much more expectation. Because of the developments taking place all around the tables of different leagues there’s an ample amount of expectation associated with this year’s names. One thing is for sure that Chelsea might not be looking to let go the title that easy, a title they have taken much time to put their hands on. Liverpool might have been unlucky with their performance in the FA cup in the same year but the way they have been fortunate in the Champions League, there’s no harm to say that if they continue to go with the same force they might dominate the tournament under discussion next time.
One the same time just like always Manchester United and Manchester City are also going to keep sure their screws are tight and in place. However, the way Sheffield, Wigan Athletic and Brighton have performed there are much more expectations that these clubs are going to spice up rest of the fight among the big names and they are going to keep the fans and also the bigger teams on the edge of their seats till the very end. The final taking place on 19th of May 2018 may have put an end to this year’s campaigns for all of the clubs. But what is yet to follow is going to make sure that we get to see more and more football with the clubs aiming to get this prize in their hands and associated with their club name. Most definitely, we’re all looking forward to the final in May 2019.