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Manchester City vs Chelsea: FA Cup betting stats and free bets


Manchester City and Chelsea clash in an FA Cup semi-final tie at Wembley at 5:15 pm BST on Saturday, April 20.

The Manchester outfit are the current holders of the trophy and are 8/13 favourites to beat Chelsea and book their spot in the final this weekend.

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Manchester City vs Chelsea 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 City are unbeaten in their past eight meetings with Chelsea, though both games between the sides in the Premier League this season have been drawn.
  • Chelsea have been eliminated from five of their past seven FA Cup ties against City, including in the third round last season. However, they did beat them 1-0 the last time they played them in the semi-finals (2020-21).
  • If they do progress, City would reach the FA Cup final in consecutive campaigns for the third time, previously doing so in 1933-34 and 1955-56.
  • City have won 28 of their past 31 FA Cup matches, including their past 10. The last team to win more in a row was Chelsea (13 between 2009 and 2011).

Manchester City vs Chelsea top tip

  • Raheem Sterling has scored in both of Chelsea’s meetings with Manchester City this season. He could be the first Blues player to score in three different games against them in a campaign.
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