A Wembley weekend for the four semi-finalists

Saturday 6th April 5.30pm

Manchester City v Brighton

The latest game in Manchester City’s attempt for a quadruple having won the Carabao Cup, leading the Premier League and still in the Champions League. City recovered from 2-0 down to beat Swansea in the last round and even with some team rotation likely the squad depth is obviously very strong.. Brighton needed penalties to overcome Millwall in the last round and are in the midst of a relegation battle due to poor league form.

Brighton are not a prolific side in front of goal and of course City are heavy favourites herw at 1/6 outright and even8/13 to win to Nil! Not much to go at there. As a more attractive bet try Manchester City -2 goals on the handicap at 5/4 with BetVictor.

Sunday 7th April 4pm

Watford v Wolves

Both teams will be pleased to avoid Manchester City in the draw and this should be a very close game between two sides in the top ten of the Premier League. Wolves have been very impressive in their first season back in the Premier League while under Gracia have a very pleasing style. Odds with BetVictor are Wolves 13/10 Watford 2/1 and the draw 23/10. There has to be a decent chance of extra time here to seperate the two sides. Back the 90 minute draw