FA Cup preview – United 5/2 favourites to lift the cup

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Manchester United are the 5/2 favourites with Ladbrokes to win the FA Cup this season.

7/2 second favourites Arsenal are 3/10 to beat Leyton Orient away from home on Sunday and it’s 8/1 Orient shock the Gunners. Chelsea, the 9/2 third favourites to lift the cup host Everton (20/1 for the cup) at Stamford Bridge on Saturday lunchtime and are 4/7 to win the match inside 90 minutes. It’s 5/1 Everton win with the draw priced up at 11/4.

Manchester City are another side at the top end of the FA Cup winner market (11/2 fourth favourites) and they take on Notts County on Sunday. It’s 1/5 City prevail with County 12/1 shots to win the replay.

Alex Donohue of Ladbrokes said:”Those at the head of the FA Cup market will be expected to come through their ties and we hope they do as punters have latched onto the shock results at huge prices.”

Ladbrokes latest betting

Match prices

Chelsea – 4/7
Draw – 11/4
Everton – 5/1

Stoke City – 8/13
Draw – 11/4
Brighton – 9/2

Birmingham – 8/13
Draw – 11/4
Sheffield Wednesday – 9/2

Manchester United – 1/12
Draw – 10/1
Crawley – 20/1

Manchester City – 1/5
Draw – 11/2
Notts County – 12/1

Fulham – 6/5
Draw – 23/10
Bolton – 23/10

Leyton Orient – 8/1
Draw – 9/2
Arsenal – 3/10

West Ham – 10/11
Draw – 13/5
Burnley – 11/4

FA Cup Winner

Manchester United – 5/2
Arsenal – 7/2
Chelsea – 9/2
Manchester City – 11/2
Aston Villa – 16/1
Everton – 20/1
Fulham – 20/1
Stoke City – 20.1
Birmingham – 22/1
Bolton – 25/1
West Ham – 28/1
Burnley – 66/1
Reading- 80/1
Brighton – 150/1
Sheffield Wednesday – 250/1
Leyton Orient – 250/1
Notts County – 500/1
Crawley – 1500/1

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Robbie Morris

Robbie studied sports journalism at the University of Gloucestershire, an establishment chosen for its proximity to Cheltenham racecourse, where he was a season ticket holder. Upon graduation, Robbie was a contributor to GolfPunk, a national magazine aimed at ridding golf of its traditionalist image, before joining the news.ladbrokes team.