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BIRMINGHAM, ENGLAND – MAY 01: Harry Wilson of Cardiff City celebrates after scoring their side’s fourth goal and his hat trick during the Championship match between Birmingham City and Cardiff City at St Andrew’s Trillion Trophy Stadium on May 01, 2021 in Birmingham, England.
Will Liverpool avoid a shock FA Cup upset”The Reds have won this competition seven times in their illustrious history but haven’t done so since the Steven Gerrard final against West Ham 16 years ago.
To start this cup run, despite actually falling behind, Liverpool roared back and easily beat Shrewsbury Town 4-1 at home.Kaide Gordon equalised before a Fabinho brace and an impudent Roberto Firmino back-heal sealed the win.
Jürgen Klopp’s side already have the Carabao Cup Final to look forward to later this month, so will they stay on course for another trip to Wembley”Cardiff City meanwhile are the only non-English club to win the FA Cup, beating Arsenal in the 1927 final, more recently losing to Portsmouth in 2008.
These days, the Bluesbirds are battling against Championship relegation, failing to win any of their six games between 4 December and 22 January.Since then though, Steve Morison’s men have enjoyed successive wins, 2-1 against Nottingham Forest and 1-0 at Barnsley on Wednesday.
This leaves them two places and nine points clear of danger.In the last round, Cardiff beat Preston North End 2-1 with Mark Harris bagging a 116th minute winner in extra time.Now, will the side from South Wales cause a huge shock at Anfield”
Prediction: Liverpool 3-1 Cardiff City
Liverpool have won their last six meetings with Cardiff, dating…