We’re offering odds of 200/1 for Sutton United and Lincoln City both to win their respective Emirates FA Cup clashes with Arsenal and Burnley. And that’s just one of our weekend specials.
As Official Betting Partners to the FA, we’ve priced up a whole host of specials. So whether you’re fancying a dominant performance from the remaining Premier League sides, an upset, or an unlikely hero getting on the scoresheet, we’ve got you covered.
There could be plenty of value in that too, as Leicester City face a tricky tie at Millwall, while Manchester City head to in-form Huddersfield Town.
Punters could also be cashing in on home woes this weekend, with 1100/1 on offer for every away side to progress to the quarter-finals.
Included in that bet would be Manchester United, Arsenal, Chelsea, Leicester and Tottenham.
Kane Hemmings, Steve Morison and Roarie Deacon have scored a remarkable 11 goals between them sofa in this competition. And having each netted in the Fourth Round, they’re are priced up at 66/1 to do the same again this weekend.
Meanwhile, it’s a huge weekend for several players who’ll be facing their former clubs.
With that in mind, we’ve priced up a Returnees’ Revenge treble, offering 1500/1 for Wes Brown, Craig Eastmond and Roarie Deacon all to find the net.
A Ladbrokes spokesperson said: “We’ve been busy paying out on our specials in every round so far this season, and we’re not expecting that to change this weekend as we’ve covered a whole host of scenarios.”
Emirates FA Cup Fifth Round
Burnley v Lincoln City
Huddersfield v Man City
Middlesbrough v Oxford
Millwall v Leicester City
Wolves v Chelsea
Fulham v Tottenham
Blackburn v Man United
Sutton United v Arsenal
Ladbrokes Latest Betting
Emirates FA Cup Fifth Round specials
At least one Premier League side to lose – 11/10
Every Premier League side to win – 25/1
Hemmings, Morison and Deacon all to score – 66/1
Sutton United and Lincoln City both to win – 200/1
Every away side to win – 1100/1
Brown, Eastmond and Parker all to score – 1500/1
All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing