10. Manchester City and Wigan meet in the FA Cup final on Saturday having met each just twice in the competition before. City won both games and are 1.35 to win again in 90 minutes. 9. Both results finished 1-0. The first, in January 1971, was the pair’s first ever competitive meeting. A repeat 1-0 City win is available at 7.75. 8. Wigan haven’t beaten City in nine games, since a 2-1 home result in September 2008. The Latics are 9.25 to win in 90 minutes at Wembley. 7. In fact, Wigan haven’t scored against City in their past seven clashes, losing all seven. City are 2.15 to win without conceding. 6. Sergio Aguero netted the winner for City during their 2-1 semi-final victory over Chelsea (see below), one of 16 goals the Argentinian has scored this season. He is the favourite at 1.95 to score again.
5. Callum McManaman has scored three in his last six appearances, including the second during Wigan’s 2-0 win over Millwall in the FA Cup semi-final. The midfielder is 16.00 to score first. 4. Both sides have drawn just one of their last six games and another draw on Saturday is available at 5.25. 3. City last won the FA Cup two years ago, Yaya Toure netting the winner in their 1-0 victory over Stoke. The midfielder is 3.10 to score again. 2. Wigan are playing their second major cup final in seven years after reaching the 2006 League Cup final at Wembley. They lost 4-0 to Manchester United that day and a repeat scoreline is available at 16.00. 1. Roberto Martinez’s side have averaged 1.8 goals per game in the FA Cup this season and have scored two or more in their last three competitive fixtures. The Latics are 1.72 to net at Wembley.