Preview -: Manchester United Vs Fulham Fa Cup

Preview -: Manchester United Vs Fulham Fa Cup

Preview -: Manchester United Vs Fulham Fa Cup On Sunday, the FA Cup quarterfinal will feature Fulham versus Manchester United at Old Trafford. The match is set to kick off at 12:30 p.m. ET and will be broadcasted on ESPN+. We’ll take a look at the Fulham vs. Manchester United odds provided by Tipico Sportsbook and provide our picks and predictions.

Manchester United is currently in 3rd place on the EPL table and has been in good form as of late, with just one loss at home in league play this season. Fulham sits 9th on the EPL table and has won four of their last seven matches across all competitions, including a 2-0 victory over Leeds United on Feb. 28 to advance in the FA Cup.

Man Utd predicted lineup vs Fulham – FA Cup

GK: David De Gea – Despite his resurgent club form, De Gea has again been overlooked for the Spain squad by new boss Luis de la Fuente.

RB: Diogo Dalot – While the right-back role has been comfortably his for much of this season, Dalot is now facing a real battle with Aaron Wan-Bissaka for the starting spot.

CB: Raphael Varane – The veteran Frenchman was afforded a rest on Thursday, while his retirement from international football means he should be reinvigorated come April.

CB: Lisandro Martinez – ‘The Butcher’ was in the wars earlier this week and will be ready to do it all again on Sunday.

LB: Luke Shaw – Like Varane, did not feature in the win at Real Betis and should be sharp.

CM: Scott McTominay – With Casemiro out, McTominay is United’s last real physical option to play in midfield. With Joao Palhinha returning for Fulham, such a profile will be necessary to combat him.

CM: Marcel Sabitzer – Each passing 7/10 performance edges Sabitzer closer towards a permanent deal at United.

RM: Bruno Fernandes – While playing from the right isn’t an ideal situation for Fernandes, Antony is unlikely to return to the fold before the international break. Needs must.

AM: Jadon Sancho – Ten Hag has detailed why he sees Sancho as an option to play in the hole and this game serves as an opportune moment to demonstrate that.

LM: Marcus Rashford – Because who else is going to score the winner in this tie?

CF: Wout Weghorst – Just two goals in 17 games for United thus far. At least he tries hard.

Tipico Sportsbook has set the moneyline at Fulham +520, Manchester United -230, and Draw +370. While we predict Manchester United to win 3-1, there’s no value in betting the home side to win outright. Instead, we recommend taking the Over 2.5 (-150) as Manchester United has scored at least two goals in 13 of their last 16 games and Fulham has allowed at least two expected goals in three of their last four EPL matches. Ultimately, back the Over 2.5 (-150) for your bet.


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