It's a long time since either Watford or Wolves graced an FA Cup final. Opta presents the tale of the tape.
This will be the eighth FA Cup match between Watford and Wolves, with the Hornets winning just one of the seven previous encounters. Wolves are2.56 to win.
Wolves' second ever biggest FA Cup victory came against Watford back in January 1912, thrashing the then non-league outfit 10-0 in a first round replay. They are4.30 to win half-time/full-time.
Watford have only lost one of their last five matches against Wolves in all competitions (W2 D2). The draw3.40.
Wolves are playing in their 15th FA Cup semi-final and first since 1998. They've been eliminated each of the last four times they've reached this stage, last progressing in 1960 en route to winning the trophy under Stan Cullis. A Watford win is3.10.
Watford will play their seventh FA Cup semi-final, only managing to progress on one previous occasion - a 1-0 victory over Plymouth back during the 1983-84 campaign. Indeed, of sides to appear in at last five FA Cup semi-finals, Watford have the joint-lowest progression rate alongside Fulham (1/6 - 17%). Wolves are1.76 to reach the final in the To Qualify market.
Wolves have won their last six games at Wembley Stadium - only Arsenal (7 between May 2014 and May 2017) and Tottenham (7 between January-March 2018) have won more consecutively at the ground. A Wolves win and both teams to score is5.50.
Watford have won just one of their six games in all competitions at Wembley Stadium (2-0 v Bolton in May 1999) losing each of their last four at the ground. The draw half-time/Wolves full-time double result is6.20.
Watford skipper Troy Deeney has had a direct hand in nine goals in his last 13 FA Cup appearances, scoring five and assisting four. Deeney is3.70 to score.
Each of Watford's seven FA Cup goals this season have been assisted by different players (Masina, Sema, Hughes, Quina, Cleverley, Cathcart and Pereyra). Both teams to score is1.90.
Only Padraig Amond (5) has scored in more different rounds of the FA Cup this season than Wolves striker Raul Jimenez, with the Mexican netting in the third, fourth and quarter-final rounds. Jiminez is 2.80to find the net.