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Join us for the latest predictions, betting tips, match previews and analysis for the 2019/2020 FA Cup.
Stay tuned to FootballTips for match predictions ahead of every round of the FA Cup. We crunch the numbers, check the head-to-head form and analyse the line-ups to bring you accurate match and score predictions for each round of England’s favourite cup competition.
The FA Challenge Cup will begin its 139th edition in the 2019/20 season, being recognised as the oldest football competition in the world. The most successful team in the history of the competition are Arsenal with 12, and the current holders are Manchester City after they beat Watford in the final of the 2018/2019 campaign.
There are plenty of FA Cup bets to be placed throughout the competition and we will deliver a huge range of football predictions ahead of all of the main rounds of the competition (even the early stages).
We will include our FA Cup accumulators for each and every round on this page with our experts picking out and combining their best bets. Meanwhile, we will also be producing as many match previews as possible with match stats, head-to-head records and our carefully selected correct score prediction and best bets.
You will find a wide range of bets such as accumulators and BTTS tips for each round, plus match analysis in our betting previews. Published ahead of the game, we look at all the team news, H2H stats and form for the competitors.
There’s a huge variety of markets available on each and every FA Cup match and especially in the early rounds the competition is always great for acca tips and both teams to score bets. Later on, when the bigger teams tend to go up against each other, you’ll find FA Cup tips on our daily tips pages such as our anytime goalscorer tips and total corners bets.
The 2019/20 FA Cup takes place in stages, with the preliminary rounds taking place as early as August 11th. This is for teams that do not compete in the English Football League. There are two preliminary rounds and four qualifying rounds before the first round proper which is scheduled to take place in November.
The first round proper is when Football League teams from Leagues One and Two are entered into the competition, before Championship and Premier League clubs enter in Round Three. From there, five matches needed to be won to win the tournament.