Dulwich Hamlet vs Carlisle United Predictions & Betting Odds – 8th November 2019

Cumbrians to prevail in South London

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Dulwich Hamlet vs Carlisle United Betting Tips – Emirates FA Cup, 8th November 19.55pm

The first round of the Emirates FA Cup gets underway this weekend, with the action starting on Friday night. Gavin Rose’s Dulwich Hamlet of the National League South entertain EFL League Two side Carlisle United. Steven Pressley’s men head to Champion Hill as the 8/11 favourites, with the hosts being the underdogs at 16/5. Can the Football League side avoid an FA Cup upset in the English capital on Friday?

Dulwich Hamlet vs Carlisle United Betting Odds*

Dulwich Hamlet 16/5
Draw 3/1
Carlisle United 8/11
* (Betting Odds were taken from bet365 on November 7th, 2019 at 11:30 a.m.)
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Dulwich Hamlet vs Carlisle United Live Stats & Betting Odds

Dulwich Hamlet News and Form – Can the non-league side cause an upset?

Gavin Rose’s Dulwich Hamlet are languishing in 16th place in the National League South table at the moment. So far, the London outfit have won four, drawn five and lost six of their 15 league matches. Dulwich have not won in league action since beating Eastbourne away from home in August.

However, they have won three out of three in the FA Cup so far. The Hamlet beat Bognor Regis Town 6-1 and Eastbourne 3-0. In the previous round, Christian Smith and Aaron Barnes were on the scoresheet in a 2-1 win at Havant & Waterlooville.


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This will be a stern test for the National League South side, especially as they go into the match in such poor form. However, can Rose’s Dulwich cause a huge shock against the Football League outfit on Friday night?

Dulwich Hamlet vs Carlisle United Head to Head

Friday’s meeting at Champion Hill in the English capital will be the first ever game between Dulwich Hamlet and Carlisle United.


Key-Facts – Dulwich Hamlet vs Carlisle United

  • The Hamlet have won only one of their last 12 in league action
  • Carlisle have not prevailed on the road since September
  • Dulwich are 16th in the National League South, while Carlisle sit 19th in League Two at present


Carlisle United News and Form – Carlisle to leave South London with an FA Cup win?

Steven Pressley’s Carlisle United are currently in 19th position in the League Two table. The Cumbrians have found it tough going so far, winning only five of 17 league affairs. However, the Blues battled to a 2-1 win against Macclesfield Town at Brunton Park last weekend, which was their first league victory in over a month.

Carlisle have really struggled on the road this term, losing six times across all competitions thus far. In their last away fixture, though, United held Leyton Orient to a 1-1 draw at Brisbane Road at the end of last month. Meanwhile, back in August, Carlisle did manage to beat EFL Championship side Barnsley 3-0 at Oakwell in the Carabao Cup.

This has the potential to be a tricky tie for the League Two team. However, Pressley and his men will be hoping to avoid an FA Cup upset at Champion Hill in South London this Friday.

Dulwich Hamlet vs Carlisle United Tips & Odds

Carlisle United to win at 8/11
Olufela Olomola to score first at 9/2
* (Betting Odds were taken from bet365 on November 7th, 2019 at 11:35 p.m.)

Dulwich Hamlet vs Carlisle United Predictions

Carlisle United win: On the whole, Dulwich have made a poor start to their league campaign. The Hamlet moved into the top two after beating Eastbourne 3-0 back in August, but they have failed to win any of their following nine league encounters, drawing four and losing five.

However, they have picked up three impressive wins in the FA Cup, and the National League South team will want to make Champion Hill a tough place to visit for Carlisle on Friday. Nevertheless, the League Two outfit should have the experience to get over the line in this FA Cup tie. Back the visitors to prevail at 8/11.

Olufela Olomola is Carlisle’s leading scoring in League Two this term with five goals to his name. The 22-year-old striker is the 9/2 favourite to net the first goal on Friday. Take a punt on Olomola to open the scoring at Champion Hill.