Lineups

Norwich City

( 4-1-4-1 )

  • 1. T. Krul

  • 15. T. Klose Red Card

  • 4. B. Godfrey

  • 12. J. Lewis

    119'
  • 2. M. Aarons

  • 27. A. Tettey

  • 7. L. Rupp

    62'
  • 17. E. Buendía

    91'
  • 14. T. Cantwell Goal

    90'
  • 23. K. McLean

  • 22. T. Pukki

    71'

Substitutes

  • 33. M. McGovern

  • 8. M. Vrančić

  • 25. O. Duda

    91'
  • 18. M. Stiepermann

  • 19. T. Trybull

    90'
  • 10. M. Leitner

  • 11. O. Hernández

    62'
  • 20. J. Drmic

    71'
  • 35. A. Idah

    119'

England - FA Cup

89' T. Klose 89' Red Card 89'   T. Klose 109' Bruno Fernandes 109' Yellow Card 109'  Bruno Fernandes 51' O. Ighalo 51' Goal 51'   Ighalo O. Ighalo 75' T. Cantwell 75' Goal 75'   Cantwell T. Cantwell 118' H. Maguire 118' Goal 118'   Maguire H. Maguire
Norwich City

Norwich City

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Manchester United

Manchester United

  • 51'
    0 - 1
  • 75'
    1 - 1
  • 118'
    1 - 2
  • Date: 27/06/2020
  • Time: 17:30
  • Venue: Carrow Road
  • Referee: Jonathan Moss
FA Cup Betting Tips: Norwich v Man Utd

Date published: 6/25/2020 9:05:31 PM

FA Cup Betting Tips: Norwich v Man Utd

There’s FA Cup action at Carrow Road on Saturday as Norwich City aim to emulate their shock win over Tottenham Hotspur in the last round when they host Manchester United.

Canaries boss Daniel Farke is clearly targeting some cup glory amid what’s likely to be a relegation this season, making a raft of changes in a narrow 1-0 defeat to Everton in midweek, with key trio Todd Cantwell (six league goals), Teemu Pukki (11 league goals) and Teemu Pukki (top assister with seven) only featuring off the bench. 

 

Expect them all to return to the line-up here, with Pukki priced at 5/2 to score anytime and a massive 8/1 to open the scoring, with the goalscorers market dominated by in-form Manchester United players.

 

The visitors are massive favourites here, having made something of a statement victory on Wednesday with an impressive and emphatic 3-0 over their Champions League qualification rivals Sheffield United. 

 

Another 3-0 win is 10/1 here, while Anthony Martial is unsurprisingly the favourite to score here after notching all three of the Red Devils’ goals in midweek - the Frenchman is 10/11 to score anytime, 10/3 to score first and 18/1 to get his second hat-trick in the space of four days. 

 

We recommend backing Manchester United at 1/2, but you can boost those odds by backing them to also keep a clean sheet at 13/8. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men looked defensively sound across multiple competitions before the hiatus, conceding just two goals from their last 11 pre-lockdown outings.

 

*All prices correct at the time of writing and subject to change

 

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Match Information

  • FA Cup
  • Round 1/4
  • Carrow Road
  • Jonathan Moss
  • 27 Jun, 17:30

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Lineups

Norwich City
(4-1-4-1)
Manchester United
(4-2-3-1)
  • 1. T. Krul

  • 15. T. Klose Red Card

  • 4. B. Godfrey

  • 12. J. Lewis

    119'
  • 2. M. Aarons

  • 27. A. Tettey

  • 7. L. Rupp

    62'
  • 17. E. Buendía

    91'
  • 14. T. Cantwell Goal

    90'
  • 23. K. McLean

  • 22. T. Pukki

    71'

Substitutes

  • 33. M. McGovern

  • 8. M. Vrančić

  • 25. O. Duda

    91'
  • 18. M. Stiepermann

  • 19. T. Trybull

    90'
  • 10. M. Leitner

  • 11. O. Hernández

    62'
  • 20. J. Drmic

    71'
  • 35. A. Idah

    119'
  • 22. S. Romero

  • 23. L. Shaw

  • 20. Diogo Dalot

    62'
  • 3. E. Bailly

    96'
  • 5. H. Maguire Goal

  • 14. J. Lingard

    63'
  • 8. Mata

    63'
  • 18. Bruno Fernandes Yellow Card

  • 39. S. McTominay

    78'
  • 17. Fred

    78'
  • 25. O. Ighalo Goal

Substitutes

  • 1. David de Gea

  • 53. B. Williams

    62'
  • 24. T. Fosu-Mensah

  • 15. Andreas Pereira

  • 31. N. Matić

    78'
  • 6. P. Pogba

    78'
  • 9. A. Martial

    96'
  • 26. M. Greenwood

    63'
  • 10. M. Rashford

    63'
Norwich City Norwich City
Manchester United Manchester United
2
Corners
12
1
Shots On Target
3
33
Possession
67
0
Yellow Cards
1
1
Red Cards
0
9
Shots Off Target
14
83
Attacks
200
43
Dangerous
105

Norwich City v Manchester United

    Skipper Harry Maguire sent Manchester United into the FA Cup semi-finals as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men made hard work of their extra-time victory at 10-man Norwich.

    The Red Devils became the first side to secure their place in Sunday’s draw as they edged past the Canaries, who were dreaming of Wembley on their first quarter-final appearance since 1991-92.

    Norwich were just minutes away from a penalty shootout after holding firm in extra-time following Timm Klose’s sending off, but Maguire directed home at the death to seal a hard-earned 2-1 win at Carrow Road.

    Much-changed United were made to dig deeper than they could have imagined by the Premier League’s bottom side, who rallied impressively after falling behind to Odion Ighalo’s smart swivelled finish early in the second half.

    Todd Cantwell levelled in the 75th minute when beating Sergio Romero from distance and Daniel Farke’s side looked capable of snatching it before Klose was sent off for wrestling Ighalo to the ground.

    Norwich took the game to extra-time and Tim Krul put in an inspired performance between the sticks, but the penalty specialist was denied a chance to win another shootout when Maguire directed home in the 118th minute.

    Solskjaer’s eight alterations from the impressive 3-0 midweek win against Sheffield United removed any semblance of coherence and momentum during a first half that felt more like a friendly than a shot at the FA Cup semi-finals.

    There was precious little intensity and drive from either side during a desperate first period in which United failing to find the target with their eight attempts and Norwich failing to test back-up goalkeeper Sergio Romero with their five.

    Maguire’s block when Lukas Rupp let rip late on was the best chance of a lacklustre occasion brought to life six minutes into the second half.

    Luke Shaw made room down the left and crossed for Juan Mata, whose deflected effort looped up and Ighalo swivelled to smartly direct past Krul.

    The Nigeria international showed great technique to turn home his fifth goal in four starts, with Jesse Lingard seeing an attempt blocked before being replaced by Marcus Rashford.

    But as the visitors looked to put the tie to bed, Norwich began to look more dangerous and Alexander Tettey met a free-kick with a header inadvertently blocked by team-mate Ben Godfrey.

    It was a warning shot that Solskjaer’s men failed to heed as Cantwell took aim from 25 yards and perhaps too easily beat Romero.

    Greenwood tried to quickly put United back in front and Paul Pogba was introduced, but Farke’s side were in the ascendancy as Romero dealt with a threatening cross and Emi Buendia struck across the face of goal.

    Brandon Williams produced a timely block to thwart Onel Hernandez, but Norwich’s hopes took a major blow just as their momentum was building.

    Bruno Fernandes’ inspired flick put Ighalo through on goal, with Klose given a straight red card by referee Jon Moss after grabbing hold of the striker to prevent him going through on goal in the 89th minute.

    United were unable to hurt Norwich from the resulting free-kick, with Krul impressively denying Pogba and Greenwood in quick succession to take the match into extra-time.

    Norwich had their backs to the wall when play resumed.

    Rashford and Pogba were denied in the first period, which saw United become the first team in English football history to make six substitutions in one match as Solskjaer turned to Anthony Martial.

    Krul produced a brilliant save to prevent Maguire heading home in the second period, with Fernandes testing the Norwich keeper from distance as United upped the ante.

    But just as the Canaries looked set to hold out for spot-kicks, Pogba’s smart pass caused havoc and the ball eventually fell for Maguire to direct home from six yards out.

    Lineups

    Manchester United

    ( 4-1-4-1 )

    • 22. S. Romero

    • 23. L. Shaw

    • 20. Diogo Dalot

      62'
    • 3. E. Bailly

      96'
    • 5. H. Maguire Goal

    • 14. J. Lingard

      63'
    • 8. Mata

      63'
    • 18. Bruno Fernandes Yellow Card

    • 39. S. McTominay

      78'
    • 17. Fred

      78'
    • 25. O. Ighalo Goal

    Substitutes

    • 1. David de Gea

    • 53. B. Williams

      62'
    • 24. T. Fosu-Mensah

    • 15. Andreas Pereira

    • 31. N. Matić

      78'
    • 6. P. Pogba

      78'
    • 9. A. Martial

      96'
    • 26. M. Greenwood

      63'
    • 10. M. Rashford

      63'