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FAC odds – Get the Best Odds at FA Cup

Who wins the FA cup 2020/2021?

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    Highest
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Lowest
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Manchester City5.004.30
Liverpool7.507.00
Manchester United9.007.00
Chelsea9.008.50
Arsenal10.009.00
Tottenham11.009.00
Leicester19.0017.00
Everton21.0017.00
Wolverhampton21.0017.00
Southampton34.0029.00
Leeds34.0034.00
Aston Villa51.0034.00
Newcastle51.0034.00
West Ham United51.0041.00
Sheffield United51.0051.00
Brighton & Hove Albion67.0051.00
Burnley67.0051.00
Crystal Palace67.0051.00
Fulham81.0067.00
Brentford101.0081.00
West Bromwich101.0081.00
Norwich City101.00101.00
Watford101.00101.00
Bournemouth151.00101.00
Cardiff151.00101.00
Stoke151.00126.00
Middlesbrough151.00151.00
Nottingham Forest151.00151.00
Derby201.00151.00
Swansea201.00151.00
Millwall201.00201.00
Preston North End201.00201.00
Sheffield Wednesday251.00151.00
Birmingham City251.00201.00
Bristol City251.00201.00
Huddersfield251.00201.00
Reading251.00201.00
Barnsley251.00251.00
Blackburn251.00251.00
Coventry251.00251.00
Q.P.R.251.00251.00
Luton501.00251.00
Rotherham501.00251.00
Wycombe501.00251.00

Who will win the 2020/2021 FA Cup?

The FA Cup may have just finished but there’s no reason to not look forward to what will happen next year in England’s oldest club cup competition. Arsenal were crowned victors in this year’s FA Cup following two world-class finishes from their star player Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang. This sealed their position as the most successful club in the competition with 14 overall trophy lifts. With Coronavirus still looming it’s hard to predict what will happen to next year’s competition in terms of replays, rests, substitutions and venues – however, it will no doubt bring us pure football entertainment up and down the English football ladder. So, which teams are in line for FA Cup next season?

Arsenal

Despite being third favourites, the current champions must be considered when talking about next year’s competition. In recent years, Arsenal have somewhat a pedigree for the competition. Depending on their league position towards the end of the league campaign (which recently hasn’t been favourable) it seems they tend to focus their effort on domestic silverware. Mikel Arteta will be hoping to have his Gunners in better shape to mount a successful league campaign but if they start to flail, they may regroup and think about focusing on the FA Cup again.

Manchester City

Manchester City are next years favourites and with good reason. They have the luxury of an expensive and talented squad which makes it possible for Pep Guardiola to compete on all fronts in domestic competition. Their performance in the competition in recent years has been largely successful with Guardiola reaching the semi-finals twice and winning once out of his four years with Manchester City. Unless Pep decides to focus all of his efforts on the league next season there’s no doubt that we’ll see Manchester City in the latter stages of competition.

Liverpool

Whilst Liverpool have cemented their position as the best in the country, they have regularly disappointed in FA Cup and League Cup competition with Jürgen Klopp. Klopp has made is no secret that he likes to prioritise league and European competition over the domestic cups which makes it hard to see Liverpool going far in this cup. However, off the back of European and league success, Klopp may just tinker his team selections and go all out for domestic silverware this season. Liverpool have never made it past the fifth round with Klopp – will that change this season? They’re second favourites to clinch next year’s FA Cup.

Chelsea

Chelsea were so close yet so far this season with a disappointing final performance against Arsenal. Chelsea are another team with plenty of pedigree in the FA Cup and they did relatively well until the final where a Kovacic sending off made it very hard to conquer Arsenal. With the addition of Timo Werner, Hakim Ziyech and possibly others this Summer, Frank Lampard will be looking to compete on all fronts in next seasons campaign. With this season’s final haunting them, will the Blues look to make a comeback next year?