Crawley Town v Stoke City FA Cup Betting odds are being well covered by a great promotion at online bookmaker BetFred. The popular bookie is offering punters the chance to double or treble original First Goalscorer odds with their Double Delight and Hattrick Heaven promotion. League Two side Crawley have the chance to claim one of the big scalps in the FA Cup Fifth Round on Sunday, as they host Premier League side Stoke. BetFred are offering great prices in the First Goalscorer market for the FA Cup tie, and if you land a correct First Goalscorer bet in the match, and your selection then goes on to score a second goal in the game, then BetFred will Double your original First Goalscorer odds. If that successful First Goalscorer bet happens to go on and fire in a hat trick in the match, then you will be paid out at Treble your original First Goalscorer odds, so there is great value in Crawley v Stoke FA Cup betting with BetFred. It means that you can dip into the First Goalscorer market, where Stoke’s Peter Crouch and Jon Walters are trading as favourites at 5/1, with Kenwyne Jones just back at 11/2. So there is good value on the main protagonists, and you get the chance to double or treble those odds with BetFred. Highly rated online bookmaker BetFred offer a free £50 bet for new customers registering an account with them. The bookie will match the value of your first stake on a new account with a free bet, up to the maximum value of £50, giving you some great free betting cash to enjoy.
League Two side Crawley are the lowest team left in this year’s competition. After securing victory over Bristol City in the Third Round, they then went to Hull and came away with a 1-0 win in the Fourth Round. That set up the big clash against Premier League opponents at the Broadfield Stadium on Sunday, as Tony Pulis brings his Stoke City to town. Crawley are sitting fifth in League Two, yet go into their big match on the back of a 3-0 thrashing at the hands of Swindon. That has left Crawley with just one win from their last five league matches now, totalling one win, one loss and three drawn matches. Their home form though has been very good, winning eleven of their fourteen league matches at Broadfield this season, while losing just two.
As for Stoke, they are on a terrible skid at the moment, compounded by defeat at home in the Europa League against Spain’s Valencia on Thursday. That has come amidst a run of four straight Premier League defeats for Stoke, who have won just one of their last eight league matches in total. This is largely because the Potters are struggling to put the ball in the back of the net, and things just not quite going their way at the moment. In the FA Cup though, they have come through two tricky away matches, beating Gillingham in the Third Round and then taking out Derby County in the Fourth Round. The Premier League side will be pretty happy with the draw, but there will a small, intimidating atmosphere awaiting them at Crawley. With the Potters struggling for goals at the moment (with just two in their last five EPL matches), is a giant killing act waiting to be played out on Sunday?
Find the latest results, League Table, Top Scorer and more on our football statistics on online-betting.me.uk (just choose your country & your preferred topic)