Coventry vs Manchester United: FA Cup betting stats and free bets

Manchester United face off with Coventry City at Wembley in an FA Cup semi-final tie at 3:30 pm BST on Sunday, April 21.

With Manchester United struggling in the Premier League, winning the FA Cup may be their only chance of securing European football this season, and they are 1/2 to win this weekend and book their spot in the final.

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Coventry vs Manchester United key betting stats

Here are some key stats to keep in mind as you prepare to make your selections ahead of the game at Wembley:

  • Manchester United have won 13 of their past 15 meetings with Coventry. This will be the first game between the sides since September 2007, when the Sky Blues won 2-0 at Old Trafford in the League Cup.
  • United are playing in their 32nd FA Cup semi-final, two more than any other side. They could reach the final for a record 22nd time (currently tied with Arsenal on 21).
  • Coventry are playing in just their second FA Cup semi-final, previously beating Leeds United in 1986-87 on their way to winning the trophy.
  • Sides from outside the top-flight have lost their past six FA Cup semi-finals - most recently Sheffield United last season. The last side to reach the final was Cardiff City in 2008.

Coventry vs Manchester United top tip

  • Coventry have scored 19 goals in this season’s FA Cup, more than any other side. The last club from outside the top flight to score more in a campaign was Wrexham in 1977-78 (22).
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