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The Finals - Back our 14/1 acca featuring 6 cup finals this month!

Updated on 11:23am GMT 12 May 2022
The Finals - Back our 14/1 acca featuring 6 cup finals this month!
Alex Wrigley
Alex Wrigley
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Content Editor at Free Super Tips, Alex was born in the shadow of Old Trafford and is an avid Man Utd fan. After graduating from university he combined his love of football, writing and betting to join FST and now closely follows goings-on in all of the top European leagues.

Saturday’s FA Cup Final at Wembley marks the beginning of cup final season here at FST and I’m giving six finals my undivided attention for our tasty 14/1 Finals Accumulator!

Our quest for a cup-winners bonanza starts on Saturday afternoon as Liverpool and Chelsea face off in the FA Cup Final and after that we won’t be more than four days away from the next final until the season draws to a close at the Stade de France for the Champions League Final!

The Finals Accumulator

FA Cup Final – Sat, 14th May

Liverpool to lift the trophy

Chelsea are taking part in their fifth FA Cup Final in six years on Saturday but Wembley hasn’t been a happy hunting ground for the Blues in recent years.

They have lost four of these five FA Cup Finals and were beaten at Wembley again in the Carabao Cup Final earlier this season. The opponents? None other than Liverpool, who are looking to add a second notch to their quadruple-hunting bedpost on Saturday.

Jurgen Klopp’s men are unbeaten in 15 competitive games and have won 12 of those, while Chelsea have managed just one win in their last five and have only beaten Liverpool in one of their last six encounters.

Where to watch: BBC One / ITV

Europa League Final – Wed, 18th May

Eintracht Frankfurt to lift the trophy

This is the first ever Europa League Final to feature a team from Germany or Scotland and both teams are appearing in their first European final in over 40 years, but it is the Germans that have the upper hand in Seville.

Eintracht Frankfurt are unbeaten in the Europa League this season and have won five of their six games outside of Frankfurt, including four wins from five on Spanish soil.

Rangers, meanwhile, have relied on the raucous Ibrox crowd and have won just one of their eight trips away from Glasgow, losing each of their last three. They have won just one European game in Spain in their history, losing nine of their 12 attempts. Back The Eagles to soar in Seville.

Where to watch: BT Sport 1

Scottish FA Cup Final – Sat, 21st May

Rangers to lift the trophy

Rangers could well enter Hampden Park bearing deep wounds from the Europa League Final but the second-most successful side in Scottish FA Cup history are well positioned to claim their first win since 2009 this month.

Hearts have actually won the trophy more recently than The Gers and have made the final in two of the last three seasons, but both of those ended in defeat to Celtic and they look set to fall at the final hurdle again.

Rangers have won their last two meetings with Hearts by an aggregate scoreline of 7-0 and they face them again in the Premiership before this final rolls around. At the time of writing Hearts are on a three-game losing streak and shipped four at Celtic earlier this month, while the favourites have won their last three and scored nine goals in the process.

Where to watch: BBC One Scotland / BBC iPlayer

DFB Pokal Final – Sat, 21st May

RB Leipzig to lift the trophy

The 24th different winner of the DFB Pokal will be crowned next Saturday and my money is on RB Leipzig to end their wait for the cup.

Die Roten Bullen have been on the wrong side of the DFB Pokal Final in two of the last three seasons but those defeats came against Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund. In fact, this will be the first German Cup Final not to feature one of those two juggernauts since 2011 and Domenico Tedesco will be hoping to take advantage of such a rarity.

Freiburg are having a wonderful season and are still in the hunt for a spot in the top four in the Bundesliga, but they have failed to win any of their last five meetings with RB Leipzig and have been taken to extra-time or penalties twice in this season’s campaign. Meanwhile, the favourites have sailed through their five cup games with an aggregate scoreline of 13-1.

Where to watch: FreeSports

Europa Conference League Final – Wed, 25th May

Feyenoord to lift the trophy

Jose Mourinho will be yearning to make it a European trophy clean sweep with Roma but a free-scoring Feyenoord side stand in the way of Roma and their dynamism in attack could make all the difference in Tirana.

Feye have been synonymous with entertainment in this inaugural Europa Conference League, with the 12 matches since the group stages began featuring an incredible 43 goals and their knockout ties alone averaging 4.16 goals per game.

Arne Slot’s side haven’t lost since the qualifiers, while Roma have lost twice to Bodo/Glimt and weren’t overly convincing against Leicester in the semi-finals.

Where to watch: BT Sport 1

Champions League Final – Sat, 28th May

Liverpool to lift the trophy

Real Madrid may be the most successful side in European Cup and Champions League history but, when it comes to the modern day, not many teams are as dangerous as this Liverpool outfit.

They have won ten of their 12 Champions League ties so far and their only defeat came against Inter Milan when 2-0 up on aggregate. Klopp’s men have scored 30 goals in the competition and have only failed to score at least two goals in that defeat to Inter.

Real Madrid can’t be discounted, but they have rode their luck at times and, on another day, could easily have been eliminated by Chelsea of Manchester City. Their luck could run out in Paris.

Where to watch: BT Sport 1

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