FA Cup betting odds – Man City strong favourites for the silverware

A look at the latest FA Cup betting odds following the Fourth Round Draw

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The draw for the Fourth Round leaves Man City as the firm favourites still in the latest FA Cup betting odds.

The Citizens head up the market for the famous piece of silverware this season.

In this FA Cup betting preview, we take a look at how the draw and odds are shaping up after the Fourth Round Draw was made.

FA Cup Betting Odds

Man City 11//4
Chelsea 61
Liverpool 6/1
Man Utd 10/1
Tottenham 10/1
West Ham 14/1
Leicester 14/1
Wolves 20/1
Everton 20/1
Southampton 33/1
Brighton 33/1
Crystal Palace 40/1
Brentford 50/1
100/1 odds
* (odds recorded at 18:04 GMT on January 11th, 2022 at Bet365)

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No replays

Beginning with the Third Round there are no FA Cup replays this season.

All matches will be settled on the day through extra time and then penalties if needed.

In the Third Round of the FA Cup, eight fixtures needed extra time, with just one of those going to a penalty shoot-out.

That was QPR’s 8-7 shoot-out success over Rotherham at Loftus Road.

Two Premier League teams were taken to extra time before getting through.

Those were Everton away at Championship side Hull and Southampton away at League One side Swansea.

So if you are looking at an underdog in FA Cup betting, consider the To Qualify market on the day.

Manchester City Favourites in FA Cup Betting

Manchester City are the big 11/4 favourites to win outright in FA Cup Betting * (odds recorded at 18:04 GMT on January 11th, 2022 at Bet365).

They last got their hands on the title in 2019 when they thumped Watford 6-0 in the FA Cup Final at Wembley. That was part of their domestic treble-winning season.

That was the sixth title for the Citizens in the tournament but their only one in the last decade.

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Other big contenders and FA Cup Odds

Arsenal have won four of the last eight editions of the FA Cup but they were shocked in the Third Round as Nottingham Forest beat them at the Emirates.

Manchester United are a quote of 10/1 outright in FA Cup odds * (odds recorded at 18:04 GMT on January 11th, 2022 at Bet365).

Targeting some silverware surely has to be on the mind of interim boss Ralf Rangnick, and his Red Devils host Middlesbrough in the next round.

Chelsea have won a third of the last fifteen editions of the FA Cup, the last title coming for the Blues in 2018.

But the Londoners have reached four of the last five finals now and therefore should pose an obvious threat from 6/1 * (odds recorded at 18:04 GMT on January 11th, 2022 at Bet365).

Chelsea have a home tie against Plymouth in the Fourth Round.

Liverpool are at the same price currently as Chelsea, as the Reds look to secure their first FA Cup title since 2006 when they beat West Ham in a penalty shoot-out. It’s home field advantage for Liverpool in the Fourth Round against Cardiff.

Our betting prediction:
Chelsea Outright
6/1

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* (odds recorded at 18:04 GMT on January 11th, 2022 at Bet365)

 

Who are the reigning FA Cup Champions?

Leicester won last season’s FA Cup, defying some underdog odds to get the better of Chelsea at Wembley.

It was a 1-0 success for the Foxes, with Youri Tielemans getting the only goal of the game to give Leicester their first ever FA Cup crown.

The Foxes visit Nottingham Forest in the Fourth Round and Leicester are a quote of 14/1 to make a successful title defence* (odds recorded at 18:04 GMT on January 11th, 2022 at Bet365).

 

Last 10 FA Cup Winners

  • 2021 Leicester
  • 2020 Arsenal
  • 2019 Manchester City
  • 2018 Chelsea
  • 2017 Arsenal
  • 2016 Manchester United
  • 2015 Arsenal
  • 2014 Arsenal
  • 2013 Wigan
  • 2012 Chelsea

 

The big FA Cup Underdogs get fantastic draws

The lowest-ranked team in the FA Cup Fourth Round is Kidderminster Harriers from the National League North.

They have been awarded a fantastic draw after eliminating Championship side Reading on the weekend. Kidderminster next plays host to Premier League side West Ham.

West Ham, incidentally are one of only four Premier League teams who are away from home in the Fourth Round (Brighton, Leicester and Norwich)

There is one other non-league team left in the FA Cup draw this year and that is Boreham Wood.

The National League side hit the road to face Championship promotion contenders Bournemouth for a place in the Fifth Round.

FA Cup Fourth Round Draw

Crystal Palace v Hartlepool United
Bournemouth v Boreham Wood
Huddersfield Town v Barnsley
Peterborough United v Queens Park Rangers
Cambridge United v Luton Town
Southampton v Coventry City
Chelsea v Plymouth Argyle
Everton v Brentford
Kidderminster Harriers v West Ham United
Manchester United v Middlesbrough
Tottenham Hotspur v Brighton and Hove Albion
Liverpool v Cardiff City
Stoke City v Wigan Athletic
Nottingham Forest v Leicester City
Manchester City v Fulham
Wolverhampton Wanderers v Norwich City

FA Cup Fourth Round Draw Details

The fixtures for the Fourth Round of this season’s FA Cup will be played across the weekend of February 4th – 7th.