F.A Cup and Goal Rush Betting Tips

Doesn’t seem that long ago since we last delved in to the F.A Cup form guide for a few tips, but here are again with another weekend of F.A Cup action.

Now we’ve reached the later stages, there are only four games today for us to pick from, two of which “should” be pretty straight forward. As for the other two, they may be a little trickier, but we think we’ve cracked it with our F.A Cup and Goal Rush Betting Tips.

 

F.A Cup Accumulator

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£10 bet at Ladbrokes.com returns £78

Everton and Arsenal should be able to see off their opposition in the cup today, because as impressive as Luton’s march has been; we think their time is finally up, with Millwall likely to roar to victory.

MK Dons against Barnsley was posibly the trickiest to pick from, but with the Dons only solice coming in the cup it’s hard not back them; as they appear to be inspired by the romance of it.

 

Goal Rush

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£10 stake at Ladbrokes returns £40

Having studdied the fixtures today, we think the following matches have a great chance of being filled with goals, and were hoping to make it two winning Saturday goals galore on the run.

 

 

Weekend Special Offers

Ladbrokes

Chelsea v Brentford (Sun, 17/02/2013 12:00),

If Cisse scores the 1st or last goal, money back on losing FPTS as a free bet (plus red-emption offer).

 

Man City v Leeds (Sun, 17/02/2013 – 14:00)

If Lambert scores the 1st or last goal, money back on losing FPTS as a free bet (plus red-emption offer).

 

Man Utd v Reading (Mon, 18/02/2013 – 20:00)

If Benteke scores the 1st or last goal, money back on losing FPTS as a free bet (plus red-emption offer).

 

Paddy Power

F.A Cup Acca Cash Back.

Place a 5-fold or bigger ACCA on our Both Teams to Score markets for Saturday and Sunday’s FA Cup matches and if just one leg lets you down, we will refund your losing bet.

 

Betfair

Acca Cashback

Place a five fold acca between 15/02/13 and 18/02/13, and if your let down by one lousy result, you’ll get half your stake back.

 

If you like the F.A Cup, check out these F.A Cup goals – http://youtu.be/eA-ifc–hQM