2019 FA Cup Quarterfinals: Betting Odds, Game Times, Where to Watch

Posted By High Press 10 on February 19, 2019 - Last Updated on March 12, 2019

The 2019 FA Cup quarterfinals matches are set.

The two Manchester clubs avoided each other in the draw. With their respective advancement to the quarterfinals, Manchester United and Manchester City have also managed to push their crucial Premier League derby to a later date.

Here are the match-ups & times, as well as betting odds.

2019 FA Cup Quarterfinal Times and Where to Watch

All 2019 FA Cup quarterfinal matches will take place between March 15-18th. Game times are still TBD. Check back on High Press Soccer once they’re announced.

All matches will be available to watch / stream on ESPN+.

2019 FA Cup Quarterfinal Match-Ups

The following are all 2019 FA Cup match-ups. All quarterfinal ties are knock-out matches (i.e. no home & home). The home team is listed first.

Millwall vs. Brighton & Hove Albion
Swansea City vs. Manchester City
Watford vs. Crystal Palace
Wolverhampton Wanderers vs. Manchester United

2019 FA Cup Futures

With the field down to eight, here are updated FA Cup futures as listed on FanDuel NJ. Not surprisingly, Manchester City are the odds-on favorites.

Manchester City -140  Manchester United +360  Watford +1100  Wolverhampton +1100
Brighton +1400 Crystal Palace +1400 Millwall +4800  Swansea +11000

If you’re looking for value, an argument could be made that City will be shifting their focus towards a Champions League run and Premier League title chase, and may not field their top squad by the semis and finals. Wolverhampton is all-in on the FA Cup. The Wolves tend to play to the level of their opponent, having tied City and United in the Premier League, and defeated Liverpool in the FA Cup 3rd Round. There’s value at +1100.

The same could be said for Palace. They’ve defeated Wolves and City and have tied United this Premier League campaign. Getting +1400 for this capable (yet inconsistent) squad has ROI potential.

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