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Saturday 19th May 2018

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Each Way: 1/2 for first 2 places

Manchester City 5/1 Chelsea 5/1
Manchester Utd 5/1 Tottenham 7/1
Arsenal 8/1 Liverpool 10/1
Everton 20/1 Southampton 25/1
Leicester 28/1 Crystal Palace 33/1
West Ham 33/1 Bournemouth 40/1
Swansea 40/1 West Brom 40/1
Stoke 40/1 Newcastle 40/1
Watford 50/1 Burnley 66/1
Brighton 66/1 Middlesbrough 80/1
Reading 80/1 Huddersfield 80/1
Aston Villa 80/1 Birmingham 100/1
Nottingham Forest 100/1 Sunderland 100/1
Sheffield Wednesday 100/1 Fulham 100/1
Derby 100/1 Wolves 100/1
Hull 100/1 Sheffield United 100/1
Leeds 100/1 Norwich 100/1
Bolton 150/1 Milwall 150/1
Brentford 150/1 QPR 150/1
Bristol City 150/1 Cardiff 150/1
Burton 200/1 Preston 200/1
Wigan 200/1 Barnsley 200/1
Blackburn 200/1 Ipswich 200/1
MK Dons 250/1 Bradford 250/1
Southend 250/1 Oxford 250/1
Peterborough 250/1 Charlton 250/1
Portsmouth 250/1 Scunthorpe 250/1
Rotherham 500/1 Oldham 500/1
Bristol Rovers 500/1 Fleetwood 500/1
Walsall 500/1 AFC Wimbledon 500/1
Northampton 500/1 Bury 500/1
Swindon 500/1 Rochdale 500/1
Luton 500/1 Blackpool 500/1
Exeter 500/1 Coventry 500/1
Doncaster 500/1 Mansfield 500/1
Gillingham 500/1 Plymouth 500/1
Stevenage 750/1 Port Vale 750/1
Carlisle 750/1 Colchester 750/1
Chesterfield 750/1 Shrewsbury 750/1
Lincoln 750/1 Cambridge 750/1
Wycombe 750/1 Forest Green 750/1
Accrington 750/1 Yeovil 1000/1
Newport 1000/1 Grimsby 1000/1
Crawley 1000/1 Morecambe 1000/1
Crewe 1000/1 Notts County 1000/1
Barnet 1000/1 Cheltenham 1000/1
Leyton Orient 2500/1 Hartlepool 2500/1
Tranmere 2500/1 Aldershot 2500/1
Sutton 2500/1 Chelmsford 3000/1
Boreham Wood 3000/1 Macclesfield 3000/1
Gateshead 3000/1 Ebbsfleet 3000/1
Maidstone 5000/1 Billericay 5000/1
AFC Fylde 5000/1 Dartford 5000/1
Maidenhead 5000/1 Woking 5000/1
Bromley 5000/1 Chorley 5000/1
Hereford 5000/1 Slough 5000/1
Guiseley 5000/1 Solihull 5000/1
AFC Telford 5000/1 Oxford City 5000/1
Gainsborough 5000/1 Kidderminster 5000/1
Shaw Lane 7500/1 Leatherhead 7500/1
Truro 10000/1 Nantwich 10000/1
Hyde 10000/1 Heybridge 10000/1

FA Cup Odds

Get the latest FA Cup betting information, enjoy the best FA Cup odds and find free betting tips from our experienced football pundits. At Sky Bet we offer a complete choice of FA Cup betting markets which include match result bets, half time result bets, top goalscorers, and total goals, to name a few, so why not place a bet on your favourite team?

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 The FA Cup is the most celebrated domestic cup competition in world football. It has become established as one of the country's great sporting institutions. It is now over 130 years old and it renowned for its upsets with minnows toppling giants.

The first competition in season 1871-72 had fifteen entries, the most recent saw 700 sides take part. Wanderers, a team formed by ex-public school and university players, won the first final 1-0 against Royal Engineers at Kennington Oval. 

Probably the most memorable final of all saw massive underdogs Wimbledon beat Liverpool 1-0 to lift the famous old trophy in 1988, just 11 years after being elected into the Football League.

The 1923 final between Bolton Wanderers and West Ham United was the first match at the new stadium and it drew an estimated crowd of 200,000, vastly exceeding the official capacity. The occasion is still fondly remembered for the efforts of PC George Scorey on his white horse 'Billie' who helped clear thousands of spectators who spilled on to the pitch.

Another FA Cup legend is Bert Trautmann, a former German POW, who earned hero status after playing the last fifteen minutes of Manchester City's 1956 Final against Birmingham City with what turned out to be a broken neck.

The new Wembley hosted its first final in 2007. Sir Bobby Robson, a Cup winner as Ipswich Town's manager, once said: "The FA Cup Final is the greatest single match outside the World Cup Final - and it's ours".