Take on the Professor: Two men, one trophy and an FA Cup final
And so it all comes down to this. One match, one moment, one chance at claiming eternal glory and the Take on the Professor trophy.
So, quite a lot at stake then in this campaign finale.
After a season’s toil we’re left with two of the finest internet tipsters the world has ever seen (too far?).
The not so small matter of FA Cup final between Crystal Palace and Manchester United is the subject in question.
Let’s take a look at our tipsters’ predictions…
To be fair to John he’s made it this far so who are we to scoff at his tipping?
We’ll leave that to this guy…
The Professor says: “Everything points to Manchester United ending their 12-year FA Cup drought this weekend. The Red Devils have won six of their last eight games, including a comfortable victory over Palace last month. And just to expand further, the Eagles haven’t beaten Man United since 1989, a run stretchering back 25 matches.”
What do you reckon? Let us know your thoughts via @Ladbrokes!
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– After the chosen game we will add up scores and make the blogger aware of the outcome in a news story.
– Scores will be settled based on the pre-match odds given directly before kick-off of the stated game.
– The four semi-finalists will go head-to-head in a knockout format to win the Take On #TheProfessor trophy at the end of the season.
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