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Leeds United vs. Chelsea: FA Cup Quarterfinals Bet Builder Pick Revealed

What's at Stake?

A spot in the FA Cup quarterfinals is on the line as Leeds United travels to face Chelsea in an intense fifth-round match-up.

The Bet Builder Pick

SunSport’s betting experts have collaborated with Paddy Power to offer a special Bet Builder pick for the highly anticipated game, with odds boosted to an impressive 75/1.

Selections Explained

Here's a breakdown of the Bet Builder selections:

  • Both teams to score: Leeds has been in good form, scoring 12 goals in their last four games. Chelsea has seen both teams score in their last five games.
  • Gallagher 2+ fouls: Gallagher is known for his aggressive style and high foul count. He'll be looking to make an impact in the game.
  • Rodon to be carded: With a physical game expected, Rodon, who has received bookings in his last two games, is a likely candidate for a card.
  • Nkunku 2+ shots on target: Nkunku, a top player, is expected to start and could be a key attacking threat for Leeds.

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Is there a financial regulation in place for the Premier League?

Financial Fair Play Rules (FFP rules) are part of the Premier League’s financial regulations. They were designed to ensure that clubs do not spend beyond their means while promoting financial stability. These rules force clubs to limit their loss over a three year period and to ensure expenditures do no exceed their earnings related to football. The regulations have been put in place as a way to encourage responsible expenditure and to maintain the competitive balance of the league.

What happens to teams who finish bottom of the Premier League table?

At the end each Premier League, teams who finish in the lowest three positions on the league table, are relegated down to the Championship. The Championship is the second level of English Football. In their place, the top two teams from the Championship, along with the winner of the Championship playoffs, are promoted to the Premier League for the following season.

What is Premier League?

The Premier League is England’s top football league and one of its most popular and competitive leagues. It is played by twenty teams and follows a system of promotion/relegation in conjunction with the English Football League. The teams compete every year, each playing 38 matches at home and away. Typically the season lasts from August to May. The Premier League is known for its high-quality football, international array of star players, and significant global following.

How has the Premier League changed since its inception?

The Premier League’s evolution has been significant since its creation in 1993. It started with a breakaway of the Football League for a lucrative TV rights deal. Since then, it has grown into a global sporting phenomenon, attracting top talent from all over the world, undergoing branding changes, and experiencing massive increases in revenue. The league has also seen advancements in sports science, training facilities, and stadium technologies, contributing to an overall enhancement of the football spectacle.

How does the Premier League determine its winner?

The Premier League winner is the team with the most points during the 38-game regular season. Teams earn three points for a win, one point for a draw, and no points for a loss. If two teams have the same amount of points at the end of the season, the winner will be determined by their goal difference. If the teams still are level, then a game at a neutral ground may decide the title. But this scenario is not known to have happened in Premier League.


  • The 2018–19 season saw Manchester City accumulate a staggering 100 points, setting the record for the highest total in Premier League history.
  • Alan Shearer is the all-time top scorer in the Premier League with 260 goals across his stellar career.
  • The record for the most goals scored in a single Premier League season by a player is 32, achieved by Mohamed Salah during the 2017-2018 campaign.
  • Manchester United holds the record for the most Premier League titles, having been crowned champions 20 times.
  • Arsenal boasts an unbeaten streak of 49 Premier League matches from May 2003 to October 2004, the longest in the history of the league.

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