FA Cup Fourth Round Live Betting: Cambridge United vs. Manchester United

Published January 23, 2015 by Amir G

FA Cup Fourth Round Live Betting: Cambridge United vs. Manchester United

Will we see yet another giant killing in this Friday evening's FA Cup clash between Cambridge United and Manchester United? (19:55 UK time).

The fourth round proper of the FA Cup kicks off today at Abbey Stadium in Cambridge as home team Cambridge United host Manchester United (19:55 UK time). The last time these teams met was in September-October 1991 Manchester emerged victorious with 4-1 in aggregate. Today's game is attracting loads of media attention with the big question looming: will we see a giant killing?

Cambridge United – Dangerous Underdog

Cambridge United were promoted to League Two last season and they have been doing quite well ever since. Currently ranked twelfth in the table, they have 35 points composed of 10 wins, 5 draws and 10 losses. The team's last two games has seen it beating Carlisle 1-0 away from home and thrashing Newport 4-0 at home just last Saturday.

The fact remains that Cambridge United is the lowest-ranked team currently left in the competition. This is what makes them perhaps even more dangerous – they will look for a fantastic shocker against Manchester United which has known such games in the past.

Manchester United Pressured

Manchester United began the season left footed with all the high hopes for new manager Louis van Gaal after the tough season with David Moyes. But the Dutchman has managed to navigate through the rough seas and brought the Red Devils to the Premier League's top five. United is currently ranked at the fourth position with 40 points (11w, 7d, 4l), twelve points away from leader Chelsea.

The 4-0 thrashing United suffered by the legs of League One MK Dons in August will be on the minds of the visitors tonight as they will be pressured not to let slip such a situation again.

Live Betting

Online bookie Winner Sports will have full coverage of the game. In full time results, Winner had 12/1 on Cambridge and 1/5 on Manchester with 11/2 for a draw. Log-in Winner today for a full range of pre-match and in-play bets to wager as the game unfolds in real time.

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