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FA Cup Betting & Odds

ENG FA Cup Outright - FA Cup Winner 2017 / 2018 - Outright

EW 1/2 1,2

Manchester City5/1 Chelsea6/1
Manchester United6/1 Tottenham Hotspur8/1
Arsenal10/1 Liverpool10/1
Everton20/1 Leicester City25/1
Southampton25/1 Stoke City33/1
West Ham33/1 Crystal Palace40/1
Newcastle United40/1 West Brom40/1
Bournemouth50/1 Burnley50/1
Swansea50/1 Watford50/1
Brighton66/1 Aston Villa100/1
Huddersfield Town100/1 Derby125/1
Fulham125/1 Middlesbrough125/1
Norwich125/1 Sheffield Wednesday125/1
Sunderland125/1 Hull150/1
Leeds150/1 Reading150/1
Wolves150/1 Birmingham200/1
Brentford200/1 Bristol City200/1
Cardiff200/1 Nottingham Forest200/1
Sheffield United200/1 Barnsley250/1
Blackburn250/1 Bolton250/1
Burton250/1 Ipswich250/1
Millwall250/1 Preston250/1
QPR250/1 Wigan250/1
Bradford City500/1 Charlton500/1
Peterborough500/1 Portsmouth500/1
Bristol Rovers750/1 Doncaster750/1
Fleetwood750/1 MK Dons750/1
Oxford United750/1 Plymouth750/1
Rotherham750/1 Scunthorpe750/1
Southend750/1 AFC Wimbledon1000/1
Blackpool1000/1 Bury1000/1
Gillingham1000/1 Northampton1000/1
Oldham1000/1 Rochdale1000/1
Shrewsbury1000/1 Walsall1000/1
Coventry1500/1 Luton1500/1
Mansfield1500/1 Cambridge United2000/1
Carlisle2000/1 Lincoln2000/1
Notts County2000/1 Swindon2000/1
Chesterfield2500/1 Colchester2500/1
Exeter2500/1 Accrington3000/1
Barnet3000/1 Cheltenham3000/1
Crawley3000/1 Crewe3000/1
Forest Green3000/1 Grimsby3000/1
Morecambe3000/1 Newport3000/1
Port Vale3000/1 Stevenage3000/1
Wycombe3000/1 Yeovil3000/1
Aldershot4000/1 Fylde4000/1
Hartlepool4000/1 Sutton4000/1
Tranmere4000/1 Ebbsfleet5000/1
Gateshead5000/1 Leyton Orient5000/1
Macclesfield5000/1 Woking5000/1
Boreham Wood7500/1 Bromley7500/1
Maidenhead7500/1 Maidstone7500/1
Guiseley10000/1 Solihull Moors10000/1

FA Cup Betting 2015/16 Season

Sweet FA - who's coming for the Cup this season?

So in the end, Alan Pardew's unseemly dance-based celebration turned out to be a touch premature. On balance, perhaps neither manager will look back on this FA Cup final with great fondness, however; Pardew will rue an opportunity for silverware, while Van Gaal's victory must feel pretty empty, given the fact he and Manchester United parted company almost immediately following the Cup win.

Let's hope the next manager to lift the trophy doesn't suffer a similar fate. The romance of the Cup might have been overplayed in recent years, but sod the skeptics. If you’re looking for that much mooted magic, at its thrilling best the FA Cup can still deliver. It's the oldest football competition in the world, where global superstars can come up against more modestly skilled players – and come off second best. It's also a competition where the betting might not be as straightforward as league games.

That’s no exaggeration – in the 2014/15 season, league one side Bradford City turned over Chelsea at the Bridge 4-2. Okay, so Bradford have a bit of form for knocking out the bigger sides – they did the Gunners on penalties a couple of years ago in the League Cup, too. Point is, any club that dares to dream just might see their fantasies burst into beautiful Technicolor life.

In the last couple of years, Arsenal have been dominant in the FA Cup - but impressive as the North London side have been, Arsene Wenger’s side's luck ran out against Watford las time out. So will the Gunners come back with a vengeance this season? Will Jose Mourinho's Man United double up on the cup? Or with Pep Guardiola and Antonio Conte both hitting the Premier League this season, will one of the newcomers enjoy success in their debut season in the Prem? Whatever happens, we're getting stoked up for FA Cup action that promises to be every bit as absorbing as what's gone before.

Good luck with your FA Cup Betting.