All the pressure’s on Manchester City going into this evening’s FA Cup semi-final against Brighton & Hove Albion.
Pep Guardiola’s side are just 4/11 to lift the trophy next month. Will they edge closer to a historic quadruple here? We’ve got all the info ahead of kick-off…
There’s 15/2 about the draw.
City will control possession as they always do. If Brighton sit deep, they risk inviting pressure. But if they try to disrupt the Manchester side, they could leave space in behind. It’s a very tricky call for Chris Hughton.
Brighton’s best chance will be with aerial balls into Glenn Murray. The veteran is likely to be isolated for long spells, but he always poses a threat in the air.
Raheem Sterling is the man in form with eight goals in his last six outings for club and country. He’s 10/11 to hit the back of the net again.
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