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Sutton 10/1 to beat Arsenal, Man City are Emirates FA Cup favs

| 30.01.2017

Sutton United are 10/1 to take their Emirates FA Cup giant killing to a new level by knocking Arsenal out in the Fifth Round.

We make the non-league side 20/1 to beat the 12-time winners in 90 minutes while fellow National League outfit Lincoln City are just 4/1 to get the better of Premier League Burnley over the course of their tie.

It’s 7/1 for the Imps to win inside normal time while we go 5/2 that either Sutton or Lincoln make it into the last-eight.

Manchester City remain 10/3 favourites in the outright betting, just ahead of Chelsea at 7/2 and both Manchester United and Arsenal at 4/1 apiece.

Fulham are the shortest priced non-Premier League team at 50/1, with outsiders Lincoln (400/1) and Sutton (750/1) both on the drift after drawing top-flight opposition.

Alex Donohue of Ladbrokes said: “Sutton v Arsenal looks to be by far the tie of the round but the odds suggest Lincoln have a much better chance of landing a famous Premier League scalp.”

Ladbrokes Latest Betting:

Emirates FA Cup winner

Manchester City – 10/3

Chelsea – 7/2

Manchester United – 4/1

Arsenal – 4/1

Tottenham Hotspur – 6/1

Leicester City – 20/1

Burnley – 20/1

Middlesbrough – 25/1

Fulham – 50/1

Wolverhampton Wanderers – 66/1

Derby County – 80/1

Huddersfield Town – 80/1

Millwall – 100/1

Blackburn Rovers – 150/1

Oxford United – 150/1

Lincoln City – 400/1

Sutton United – 750/1

Selected Fifth Round prices: 

Sutton United v Arsenal

Sutton United – 20/1

Arsenal – 1/10

Draw – 7/1

To Qualify:

Sutton United – 10/1

Arsenal – 1/40

Burnley v Lincoln City

Burnley – 4/11

Lincoln City – 7/1

Draw – 7/2

To Qualify:

Burnley – 1/7

Lincoln City – 4/1

Either Sutton United or Lincoln City to make the Sixth Round – 5/2

Click here for the latest Emirates FA Cup odds from the official bookmaker of the FA.

All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing



William Geldart

William contributed to a number of online football blogs before finally finding his pot of gold at the end of the rainbow alongside the rest of the Ladbrokes News team. Now indulging passions for football, horse racing, greyhounds, boxing and political betting. Supports Wycombe Wanderers and can be spotted at various lower league and non-league grounds across the country.