The legendary FA Cup tournament rolls on to its final four teams of Brighton & Hove Albion, Watford, Wolverhampton, and Manchester City. Together they will surely provide the best soccer you could see this weekend. Be a part of the excitement by streaming the FA Cup semifinals live on ESPN+ as part of a free trial.
The FA Cup Semifinals matchups are both being broadcast from Wembley Stadium in London, England. Manchester City vs Brighton & Hove Albion is on Saturday, April 6, with the live stream starting at 12:25 p.m. On Sunday, April 7, Watford vs Wolverhampton Wanderers begins its broadcast at 10:55 a.m. Both matches should kick off just a few minutes after each broadcast opens.
This year, the FA Cup final four are all Premier League teams, but that isn't unusual. The last time a non-Premier League team made the semifinals was four years ago, in the 2014-2015 FA Cup, when Reading lost to eventual champions Arsenal. Three of this years semifinalists are in the top eight rankings of the Premier League tables, including a Man City team that is aiming to complete the historic quadruple.
Brighton & Hove Albion face a tough task as they try to take down Manchester City. Man City has been on quite a run, as they have only lost one game this year, with a 19-1 record in 2019. They are the current champions of the EFL League Cup, as well as odds on favorites to win the entire FA Cup. However, an upset is possible, especially if star striker Sergio Aguero is unable to play for Manchester City, and Bleacher Report labels him as in doubt.
Watford and Wolverhampton have been very similar teams, with similar records, goal ratios, and just one point separating them on the Premier League tables. However, the Wolves have stood out in the FA Cup as knockout artists, eliminating two top teams in Liverpool and Manchester United. Each team will be led by stars on loan from the Americas, with Mexican striker Raul Jimenez of the Wolves and Argentinian midfielder Roberto Pereyra of Watford.
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