Even money says at least one of the big six goes out of the Emirates FA Cup


The Emirates FA Cup is set to deliver another weekend of upsets, according to the latest odds.

It’s Fourth Round time and 32 teams are bidding to put their name in the hat for Monday’s Fifth Round draw.

And it’s just Evens that one of the big six – Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United or Tottenham see their cup hopes end at this stage.

But it’s not all about the Premier League big boys.

Lincoln City and Sutton United are flying the flag for Non-League this weekend, and with both teams landing plum home ties against Brighton and Leeds respectively, it’s just 11/10 at least one of them makes it into the last 16.

40/1 says both Jose Mourinho and Pep Guardiola’s Manchester teams fail to reach the Fifth Round, while it’s 200/1 that all of Arsenal, Chelsea and Spurs suffer a Fourth Round exit.

A Ladbrokes spokesperson said: “There are fascinating plotlines at every turn in this weekend’s Emirates FA Cup Fourth Round, and the odds suggest there’s more Cup magic to come.”

The action gets underway when Derby host Leicester on Friday night.

And with Steve McClaren’s Rams just 7/4 for victory, it might not be long before the Premier League sides start to tumble.

Ladbrokes Latest Betting:

Emirates FA Cup Fourth Round specials

None of the big six to go out this weekend – (Replays do not count) – 8/11

One or more of the big six to go out this weekend (Replays do not count) – Evens

11 Premier League teams to make it into the Fifth Round (max number possible) – 12/1

Both Manchester City and Manchester United to go out (including Replays) – 40/1

All of Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham to go out (including Replays) – 200/1

Either Lincoln City or Sutton United to qualify for the next round – 11/10

Underdog Hero Goalscorer Bundle: Tom Ince, Helder Costa and Lee Gregory all to score anytime – 40/1

Underdog Hero Goalscorer Bundle 2: Darren Bent, Roarie Deacon and Will Grigg all to score anytime – 66/1

All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing