Opta Stats: Chelsea v Manchester City

Can Guus Hiddink extend his successful FA Cup record when Chelsea play Manchester City?
Can Guus Hiddink extend his successful FA Cup record when Chelsea play Manchester City?
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With Chelsea and Manchester City both coming into this game off a loss, which one will bounce back in the FA Cup? Opta brings us their verdict.

"Manchester City have kept a clean sheet in three of their last four competitive away games."

Under 2.5 goals is 1.8910/11.

Manchester City have won six and lost just two of their last 11 matches against Chelsea in all competitions. They are 4.77/2 to win.

Chelsea have won 24 and lost just of one of their last 29 FA Cup matches played at Stamford Bridge (excl. penalties). The home side are 1.8810/11 to add another win to their tally.

The Blues have kept five clean sheets in their last six FA Cup matches played at Stamford Bridge. Chelsea are 2.3811/8 to not concede.

Man City and Chelsea have been drawn together five times in the FA Cup with the Citizens winning four and losing just one. City are 3.052/1 in the Draw No Bet market.

In fact, Man City have won the last four with the Londoners' only victory coming back on 20 February 1915. You can lay Chelsea at 1.8910/11.

Man City have won five and lost just one of the last nine FA Cup matches away from home. They are 6.25/1 to win to nil.

Guus Hiddink has never lost an FA Cup match with Chelsea (P5 W5 D0 L0), guiding them to the trophy in 2009. The draw half-time/Chelsea full-time double result is 4.67/2.

Kelechi Iheanacho has averaged a goal every 70 minutes in all competitions for Manchester City this season (nine goals in 628 mins). He's 3.1511/5 to score.

Manchester City have kept a clean sheet in three of their last four competitive away games. Under 2.5 goals is 1.8910/11.

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