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Champion Hurdle Betting 2017 Winner Odds & Predictions – 14th March 2017

Cheltenham Festival
The Champion Hurdle is the big feature race of the first day of Cheltenham 2017 and last year we saw Annie Power go into the history books as the first mare since the mid-nineties to land the race win. This year’s renewal has been dealt a bit of blow, particularly for Willie Mullins who has seen both Annie Power and Faugheen have to withdraw from the race because of injury. So while punters will be looking at this year’s race as being a little under the quality that it could have been, there is still a fascinating race in prospect for the prestigious prize. Running at the head of the market with SkyBet is Yanworth at 7/2 who was up in the Neptune in last season’s festival, but couldn’t deliver the goods as he missed out to Yorkhill. However, he has been trucking along well this season, winning the Ascot Hurdle and then a very, very tough staying challenge in hanging in there for the Christmas Hurdle at Kempton. He is a little more favourable over another half a mile distance than what the Champion Hurdle offers, but still, he beat two of his Champion Hurdle in that Christmas Hurdle slog. So he is up as favourite for this one and the two challengers that Yanworth beat at Kempton was The New One and My Tent Or Yours. These are back for another shot at the champion Hurdle after a showing last year, but the latter looks really out of contention in this one. Nicky Henderson has him back fit again after a year long injury but he isn’t the horse that he was before all of that and that is why you can see the big price on him. As for The New One, he won his other two outings this season and after collecting his third win on the trot in the Champion Hurdle trial, and the quality is there and so is the value in his market price at 14/1 for an each way punt. Petit Mouchoir has been backed heavily into a price of 6/1 but a recent jumping error at Newcastle cost him a Grade 1 title, but he did snap back to win the Betfair Hurdle in the Christmas Festival at Leopardstown. He will be fearless about going out and setting the pace in this one and after that surprise victory over Nichols Canyon at the Betfair Hurdle, punters have taken more and more notice of his chances at Cheltenham. Brain Power has overcome high weights recently for a couple of good wins and the good ground at Cheltenham could pull him into the picture. There's a rapidly improving horse right there. So the interesting inclusion here is Buveur D’Air for Nicky Henderson. When Annie Power and Faugheen were pulled from the challenge this season, Henderson routed Buveur D’Air from his novice chasing route into the Champion Hurdle. That speaks volumes that he should be in the mix in this one and he has put together an unbeaten season as well. He was in the Supreme Novices last year and finished third behind top runners Altior and Min and don't forget that he did hold off Petit Mouchoir to win the Grade 1 Top Novices' Hurdle last season. So even though the stars in Faugheen and Annie Power are missing, you have a pretty interesting set up here. Yanworth hasn’t been looking unbeatable and it all just leads to a massively competitive race this season and that’s without even touching on the likes of Vroum Vroum Mag and Limini who could pose some dangers through the field. This could be a cracking feature race on Tuesday, March 14th.

Champion Hurdle 2017 Odds

Yanworth 7/2, Buveur D’Air 7/2, Limini 9/2, Petit Mouchoir 6/1, Brain Power 7/1, Moon Racer 10/1, Vroum Vroum Mag 10/1, Tombstone 12/1, The New One 14/1, Jezki 14/1, Footpad 16/1, Nichols Canyon 16/1, bar 20/1.

Champion Hurdle 2017 Odds Prediction

There’s a few routes we are looking at going down in this one. The New One at a price of 14/1 just screams for an each way bet in this one and that has more than enough potential to return something from him. Yanworth doesn’t look a particularly worthy favourite here so Petit Mouchoir looks better value after his surprise Betfair Hurdle win and he has destroyed Nichols Canyon a couple of times now this seaon. But Brain Power is a our tip for this one, he has defied some big weights for some impressive wins this season and if the turf is right underfoot he can take the title. Online betting site Sky Bet are going Money Back If You Lose on the first race of each day from the Cheltenham Festival 2017. That offers you a great chance of risk free bets across the day to get your day of of racing off with a bang. It’s a cracking promotion, particularly with the Supreme Novices’ opening Day 1 of Cheltenham Festival 2017 betting. Each week you can claim a free £5 bet with bookmaker SkyBet. This is because they run their great Sky Bet Club which is open to all punters. After opening an account with the bookmaker (where you can claim a free £20 bet bonus) you can go and opt in to the Sky Bet Club. There, just make £25 worth of qualifying bets each week before 11.59:59 pm on Sunday evening and you will be credited with a free £5 bet to use! Just stay in the club by making the qualifying bets each week and you can keep collecting the free bets!
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SkyBet offer David Haye v Tony Bellew Free PPV Offer!

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The much anticipated grudge match between David Haye and Tony Bellew happens on Saturday night from London and this should be a fascinating contest between two fighters who can’t stand the sight of each other. Will it be the experience of Haye at the heavyweight division which wins through against the challenger, who has had to step up the bulk from cruiserweight to compete? Haye goes as strong odds-on favourite against “Bomber” but Haye may start to feel the burn later on in the bout as he has had just three rounds of action since his return from his lay off. Will Bellew be able to last long enough to fatigue the Hayemaker? Go and register an account with online betting site SkyBet and you can land yourself a Free PPV offer from them for the fight. After signing up and making your first deposit with the bookmaker, just go and opt in to the Haye v Bellew promotion and then stake £5 on any boxing market. Just make sure that you add your correct mobile number and then they will send you a FREE Sky Sports Box Office code which you can use to watch the fight online or through your mobile device! So the three steps to get this are: Sign up to Sky Bet and make your first deposit Make sure you provide them with your correct mobile number when signing up Stake £5 on any boxing market (minimum odds 1/2) All of the above steps in the SkyBet Boxing Offer must be completed by 5.30pm on Saturday March 4th. After completing the offer you will get your promo code between 7 - 9 pm on Saturday, March 4th and then you can just follow the on screen instructions to watch the event live! There is only one offer per customer, per household, per share computer and shared IP address. So follow our promotional links to sign up with online betting site Sky Bet and then opt into the David Haye v Tony Bellew Free PPV Offer. Customers who qualify for this offer will not qualify for any other welcome offer free bet. This offer is for online only, for use on desktop/mobile/tablets - this does not apply to TV PPV.
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UK Open Darts Betting 2017 Winner Odds & Predictions

Darts Betting
The famous Butlins Minehead camp will see the best dart players in the world descend upon it’s doors for the UK Open Darts 2017. The tournament, which is also known as the ‘FA Cup of Darts’ is a great tournament to watch over the short course of a weekend. This year’s event is being played between March 3rd and 5th, which is unusual as it usually goes off in the middle of the year. This is tournament for 128 players with a straight knockout format all the way. The top 32 in the Order of Merit (which is topped out by Peter Wright after the six qualifying events staged in February) don’t join the fray of the UK Open Darts until the Third Round. This is some action packed stuff through because the First, Second and Third Rounds are all played on Friday, March 3rd so that is a tremendous amount of matches to get through. Saturday sees the Fourth and Fifth rounds played, while everything from the quarter finals onwards will be wrapped up on Sunday. So players have to bring their A-Game out of their bag immediately as there are no second chances here. Michael van Gerwen, to little surprise, is the reigning champion at the UK Open and again as no surprise, he is outright favourite in UK Open Darts Betting 2017 Winner Odds at SkyBet for a price of 4/7. Gary Anderson is the only other man in single figures in the outright winner market. Phil Taylor, in what will be his last appearance at the tournament as he is retiring this year, is the all time leader of UK Open Darts titles, having won the event five times before and having finished runner up once. He hasn’t been in the final since 2013 though and he won’t be back there this season’s either because he is not featuring in the tournament after choosing to not put himself through any of the final three qualifying events. Anyone outside of the Order of Merit 32 have to actually qualifying for the UK Open Darts. So the Stoke legend isn’t back which is a huge shame of course for the crowd. So does that just leave the stage set for Michael van Gerwen to go and create some history by becoming the first man ever to win the tournament three years on the bounce? Well, he generally gets things his own way, even with Taylor around, let's just put it like that.

UK Open Darts Betting 2017 Winner Odds

Michael van Gerwen 4/7, Gary Anderson 6/1, Peter Wright 12/1, Raymond van Barneveld 22/1, Adrian Lewis 25/1, Dave Chisnall 33/1, James Wade 33/1, Simon Whitlock 50/1, 66/1 bar

UK Open Darts Betting 2017 Promotion

Each week you can claim a free £5 bet with bookmaker SkyBet. This is because they run their great Sky Bet Club which is open to all punters. After opening an account with the bookmaker (where you can claim a free £20 bet bonus) you can go and opt in to the Sky Bet Club. There, just make £25 worth of qualifying bets each week before 11.59:59 pm on Sunday evening and you will be credited with a free £5 bet to use! Just stay in the club by making the qualifying bets each week and you can keep collecting the free bets!

UK Open Darts Betting 2017 Winner Predictions

So this is arguably the hardest darts tournament on the PDC calendar to pick a winner out of, because you just don’t know what the draw ahead is going to be for anyone. For example you could have favourite Van Gerwen squaring off Gary Anderson in the third round and then having to face Peter Wright in the fourth round and so on. That would limit his chances somewhat if he kept drawing top players. Of course though he is head and shoulders above the rest of the field and has proven that he can thrive in this FA Cup style tournament as well with back to back wins there. The closest thing we can take form from is the Premier League of Darts 2017 because of the straight one off matches happening on a night. Gary Anderson hasn’t been having a smooth time of things so far in the tournament, so that has extended his price for the UK Open, but is he worth skipping over for this one just as he hasn’t quite been there in the Premier League? Even despite having the second best three dart average in this seasons’ Premier League and the highest average checkout percentage? Perhaps not, even though he has won just one of his four opening matches which is very strange. Michael van Gerwen has outscored everyone and no-one has beaten him in the Premier League this season. James Wade has been going along handily in the Premier League but that’s a bit deceiving as he hasn’t met a top played aside from a draw with Gary Anderson and the same can be said of Peter Wright. Wade has been to the UK Open twice before and has lost both showcase appearances. But it was Wright who topped out the Qualifying events for UK Open Order of Merit and that has to count for something in the UK Open Darts Betting 2017 Winner Odds at SkyBet where he is a 12/1 each way punt. He has been to the final in the last two years as well, losing on both occasions to Van Gerwen, who also smashed him in a Premier League match up this season. Our value beyond Michael van Gerwen, who looks a lock for the title would be on Anderson. He has scored heavily this season and is on point when it comes to the checkout. He has that instinct to finish and he did hold Van Gerwen to a draw in the Premier League this season. He has lost the Masters final and the fourth UK Open qualifier final to MVG this season, as well on top of that there was that defeat in the 2017 World Championship Final for Anderson against the Dutchman too. But Anderson remains the man most likely to beat Mighty Mike and if Anderson arrives in a bullish mood out of the gate and can somehow manage to avoid MVG, he is worth looking at. But then you have to look at the field and ask just who can beat Van Gerwen?
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Next Leicester manager betting odds at Sky Bet

Premier League Betting
Did the Leicester players revolt against Claudio Ranieri? Maybe the truth will eventually come out, but the title-winning boss has been given the push by the Foxes and now the club have to find someone else to coin and turn their fortunes around. Crystal Palace heaped a bunch more pressure on the Foxes as well, as they collected three points on Saturday which say Leicester drop into the relegation zone for the first time this season. There is a mess to be inherited with Leicester having lost their last five Premier League games on the bounce and having scored only the one goal in their last eight in total. So there is a big scrap against relegation and former Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini was one of the first names touted as an early favourite in next Leicester manager betting and he has held favouritism at 9/2 despite drifting from an early price. Leicester reportedly approached Mancini, but the Italian told them he wasn’t interested. Guus Hiddink is a 7/1 shot and after his interim spells with Chelsea when they were in between managers, the Dutchman may be a decent punt to come and steady the ship. Another name that Leicester have been linked with approaching is Vitor Pereira but his immediate reaction was to stay put where he was in the German second division with 1860 Munich. This is still all a bit of a shock after Ranieri had led Leicester to their greatest ever season by winning the Premier League title last term, defying odds of 5,000/1. Alan Pardew is floating around out of a job and is a 9/2 punt in the Sky Bet next Leicester manager betting market. He may be the kind of abrasive character who comes in, shakes things up and instills a bit of fight in the club. He could make an impact. Nigel Pearson’s name has also come up and of course, he is the man they sacked to appoint Ranieri. Pearson remember did guide Leicester to safety against the odds back in the 2014/15 Premier League season when they won seven of their remaining ten games to stay afloat. He fell out badly with the board though. Then there is interim boss Craig Shakespeare who is a 12/1 option in the Sky Bet next Leicester Manager betting. He has no experience other than one game under his belt in temporary charge of the Foxes. At least he has a 100% record from that. Gary Rowett was having a great spell with Birmingham, moving them to just outside of the play offs but then was harshly sacked for some reason. So he could have big appeal with him looking for work. He could be a great fit for the Foxes. Each week you can claim a free £5 bet with bookmaker SkyBet. This is because they run their great Sky Bet Club which is open to all punters. After opening an account with the bookmaker (where you can claim a free £20 bet bonus) you can go and opt in to the Sky Bet Club. There, just make £25 worth of qualifying bets each week before 11.59:59 pm on Sunday evening and you will be credited with a free £5 bet to use! Just stay in the club by making the qualifying bets each week and you can keep collecting the free bets!
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SkyBet offer Chelsea, Everton and West Brom all to win at 4/1 enhanced odds

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The EFL Cup Final may be taking centre stage this weekend but there is plenty of Premier League action as well to get stuck into. SkyBet have boosted, Chelsea, Everton and West Brom all to win their respective Premier League games this weekend up to a price of 4/1 from 5/2. Chelsea will be looking to stretch their legs out a little further at the top of the table when they face Swansea at Stamford Bridge in the 3pm kick offs. This is a great chance for the Blues to lay down more authority in the title race and they have scored at least two goals in all but two of their league home games this season and will be looking to extend their winning sequence at the Bridge. Everton have been flying along recently and they have a comfortable fixture at Goodison Park as they play host to the bottom side Sunderland. The Toffees have rattled off 13 goals in their last three home fixtures in the top flight and they took a 3-0 win at the Stadium of Light against the Black Cats earlier in the season. Rounding off the Sky Bet enhanced treble is West Brom who look to be a home banker as they take on the struggling Bournemouth. The Baggies are carrying great home form this season and with no side having conceded more Premier League goals in the 2017 calendar year than the Cherries have, West Brom look a lock for the win. Register an account with SkyBet and take 4/1 enhanced odds on Chelsea, Everton and West Brom all to win! Each week you can claim a free £5 bet with bookmaker SkyBet. This is because they run their great Sky Bet Club which is open to all punters. After opening an account with the bookmaker (where you can claim a free £20 bet bonus) you can go and opt in to the Sky Bet Club. There, just make £25 worth of qualifying bets each week before 11.59:59 pm on Sunday evening and you will be credited with a free £5 bet to use! Just stay in the club by making the qualifying bets each week and you can keep collecting the free bets!
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Sky Bet offer Man City, Middlesbrough and Brighton all to win at 5/1 enhanced odds

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It is going to be an exciting Saturday of football with the FA Cup fifth round taking centre stage. Remarkably there were no all-Premier League ties pulled out of the hat for the round which leaves some great betting opportunities for punters and Sky Bet this weekend are offering 5/1 enhanced odds on Man City, Middlesbrough and Brighton all to win, up from a 3/1 price. Brighton are in Championship action on the weekend having been dumped out of the FA Cup, and the promotion-chasing Seagulls head out on the road to take on Barnsley. Brighton have just hit a little slump in their title-challenge but will be looking to get themselves going again with an important three points out on the road against the Tykes who are outside of the play-off chase. Middlesbrough get FA Cup action at home as they take on League One opponents in the form of Oxford. Boro have been tight at the back at the Riverside this season and that will be the key for them keeping their underdog opponents at bay. Boro are odds-on favourites to win the tie and move through to the quarterfinals of this season's competition. Then you have Man City who look to be one of the bankers for this weekend’s FA Cup actin. City, who have gotten up a head of steam lately, head out on the road to take on Championship side Huddersfield. The Citizens have already taken big away wins against West Ham and Crystal Palace this season in the FA Cup and will be expected to follow that up. Register an account with Sky Bet and take 5/1 enhanced odds on Man City, Middlesbrough and Brighton all to win in the 3pm kick offs on Saturday. Each week you can claim a free £5 bet with bookmaker SkyBet. This is because they run their great Sky Bet Club which is open to all punters. After opening an account with the bookmaker (where you can claim a free £20 bet bonus) you can go and opt in to the Sky Bet Club. There, just make £25 worth of qualifying bets each week before 11.59:59 pm on Sunday evening and you will be credited with a free £5 bet to use! Just stay in the club by making the qualifying bets each week and you can keep collecting the free bets!
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Stunning Bayern v Arsenal #RequestABet costs Sky Bet £350k

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Arsenal went to Germany for the first leg of their UEFA Champions League round of sixteen fixture against heavyweights Bayern Munich as underdogs in midweek. Arsenal's position was understandable against one of the tournament favourites. At half time in the match up at the Allianz Arena, things weren’t looking too bad for the Premier League side as they were holding their hosts to a 1-1 draw. But then came a collapse of epic proportions. Immediately after the break, Bayern Munich showed their true class by putting on an unplayable 45 minutes of football. It was incredible stuff from them as they pulled out to a 5-1 victory in the match and now Arsenal are left looking at a Champions League Last 16 exit for the seventh season in a row. It leaves Arsene Wenger seriously weighing up his future at the club as well. But for one punter at Sky Bet, Arsenal’s collapse wasn’t a bad thing. Sky Bet have taken betting to a new level with their fantastic #RequestABet feature, which allows you to ask for a bet to be struck with the bookmaker. For example that could 6 yellow cards in a game and over 7 corners or something as a Sky Bet #RequestABet. You dream it up, you ask. A Sky Bet punter named Max Reid went and asked for a simple #RequestABet at Sky Bet for Bayern Munich v Arsenal in the UEFA Champions League in midweek, requesting Robert Lewandowski to score a header and Arsenal to miss a penalty in the game and Sky Bet gave him odds of 400/1. In the 30th minute of the game, Alexis Sanchez stepped up to get Arsenal back in the game from the penalty spot to tie the game up at 1-1. He actually missed the spot-kick, but scored with the rebound, so that was half of the #RequestABet done for the punter. Then Sky Bet’s worst fears were realised as Robert Lewandowski headed home a cross from Philipp Lahm to put the hosts back in front. So Reid’s £5 stake on the #RequestABet at Sky Bet Landed him a £2000 win, but he would have been unaware of the total damage this his #RequestABet would have done for the bookmaker. Sky Bet announced that with other punters jumping in on the bet, it cost them around £350,000 in total. Each week you can claim a free £5 bet with bookmaker SkyBet. This is because they run their great Sky Bet Club which is open to all punters. After opening an account with the bookmaker (where you can claim a free £20 bet bonus) you can go and opt in to the Sky Bet Club. There, just make £25 worth of qualifying bets each week before 11.59:59 pm on Sunday evening and you will be credited with a free £5 bet to use! Just stay in the club by making the qualifying bets each week and you can keep collecting the free bets!
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Sky Bet 6/1 enhanced odds offer on Man Utd, Everton and Stoke all to win

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Saturday rolls around again and it is another busy afternoon in the Premier League in the 3pm kick offs. It is time again then for Sky Bet’s usual weekend offer of a big enhanced odds price on a treble. This Saturday it is Man Utd, Everton and Stoke all to win at 6/1 enhanced odds, which is up from the industry standard of 4/1. Manchester United play host to Watford on Saturday and they are going as odds-on favourites. Manchester United have remained unbeaten in their last fourteen league games now and don’t look like losing. After a solid 3-0 win at Leicester last weekend, they will be hoping to extend their massively lopsided head to head record at Old Trafford against the Hornets on the weekend. Everton have been one of the form teams in the top flight lately and after firing off six goals past Bournemouth last weekend, they will fancy that Middlesbrough will be there for the taking at the Riverside. Boro do offer some stiff resistance at the back, but the way that Everton have been going lately in front of goal, the Toffees should be able to break them and with Boro barely scoring goals, three points should be heading Everton’s way. So then as the final leg of the Sky Bet enhanced odds treble you have Stoke who host Crystal Palace. The Potters have put up a very good record on home soil this season in the Premier League and they will be expected to find a way past Crystal Palace who have lost five of their last six league games and who were hammered 4-0 by Sunderland last weekend. Register an account with Sky Bet and get Man Utd, Everton and Stoke all to win at 6/1 enhanced odds (up from 4/1). Each week you can claim a free £5 bet with bookmaker SkyBet. This is because they run their great Sky Bet Club which is open to all punters. After opening an account with the bookmaker (where you can claim a free £20 bet bonus) you can go and opt in to the Sky Bet Club. There, just make £25 worth of qualifying bets each week before 11.59:59 pm on Sunday evening and you will be credited with a free £5 bet to use! Just stay in the club by making the qualifying bets each week and you can keep collecting the free bets!
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Sky Bet boost Everton, Liverpool & Watford all to win at 6/1 enhanced odds

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We have another action packed Saturday afternoon of top flight football heading our way. The day kicks off with the massive London derby of Chelsea v Arsenal, but as usual Sky Bet are offering a big enhanced price odds offer on the 3pm kick offs. This weekend they are offering Everton, Liverpool & Watford all to win at 6/1 enhanced odds. Everton have a great looking home match for themselves as they host Bournemouth at Goodison Park. Everton are going along well on a six match unbeaten streak at the moment and with the amount of goals that the Cherries have been leaking lately, the Toffees are strong favourite to collect the three points. Watford stunned Arsenal at the Emirates in midweek which should have filled them up with confidence. They go off at Vicarage Road on Saturday afternoon, hosting Burnley, who have still only collected the one point away from home this season in the top flight. So rounding off the special price boost is Liverpool who hit the road to go to the relegation threatened Hull. The Reds smashed the Tigers 5-1 at Anfield earlier in the season and looked back to their threatening best in a 1-1 draw with Chelsea in midweek. Open an account with Sky Bet and back Everton, Liverpool & Watford all to win at 6/1 enhanced odds (was 4/1)! When you register with the bookmaker you can earn a free £20 bet as welcome bonus from them and then go and opt in to their Sky Bet Club. In the Club, simply wager a total of £25 worth of bets across a week (Monday through the end of Sunday) and in return you will claim a free £5 bet back as a bonus from them and as long as you stay in the club, you can keep earning the reward!
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Chelsea 7/2 at Sky Bet to win the FA Cup 2016/17

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Well, seventeen names went into the FA Cup Fifth Round Draw on Monday, eight of those being Premier League teams. Leicester are one of those but still need replay against Derby. However, in a fantastic draw, none of the top flight teams have been paired together for the next round. That means that that there are some big chances of more upsets to come for the fifth round with the matches scheduled for February 17th-20th. The respective draws for non-league sides Sutton United and Lincoln City received varying reactions. For Sutton United, their reward for beating Leeds on the weekend was a home tie against Premier League giants Arsenal. That is just the kind of draw every underdog in the competition wants, particularly if you are a non-league outfit. But Lincoln, who beat Championship title contenders Brighton in the fourth round, were left just a little deflated as a home tie avoided them. They still get Premier League opposition, but in the form of Burnley at Turf Moor. They will have wanted that big payday on home soil against a big club, however, does the draw increase their chances of getting to the final eight?

FA Cup Fifth Round Draw

Burnley v Lincoln City Fulham v Tottenham Hotspur Blackburn Rovers v Manchester United Sutton United v Arsenal Middlesbrough v Oxford United Wolverhampton Wanderers v Chelsea Huddersfield Town v Manchester City Millwall v Derby County/Leicester City Only two of the eight Premier League sides left in the competition then get a home fixture in the Fifth Round. That is Burnley as mentioned, who take on Lincoln, while Middlesbrough play at the Riverside as hosts to Oxford, who pulled off an upset against a much-changed Newcastle side. Chelsea are 7/2 outright favourites to win the FA Cup at Sky Bet and the Blues go to Wolves, who had a huge moment in beating Liverpool at Anfield in the Fourth Round. Fulham and Tottenham will scrap it out in a London derby, while an old Lancashire rivalry is fired up with  Blackburn playing host to Manchester United.

FA Cup Winner Odds

Chelsea 7/2, Man City 7/2, Man Utd 4/1, Arsenal 4/1, Tottenham 6/1, Leicester 20/1, Burnley 22/1, Middlesbrough 25/1, Fulham 80/1, Huddersfield 80/1, Wolves 80/1, Derby 150/1, Millwall 200/1, Blackburn 200/1, Oxford 250/1, Lincoln 500/1, Sutton 1500/1. Each week you can claim a free £5 bet with bookmaker SkyBet. This is because they run their great Sky Bet Club which is open to all punters. After opening an account with the bookmaker (where you can claim a free £20 bet bonus) you can go and opt in to the Sky Bet Club. There, just make £25 worth of qualifying bets each week before 11.59:59 pm on Sunday evening and you will be credited with a free £5 bet to use! Just stay in the club by making the qualifying bets each week and you can keep collecting the free bets!
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