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FA Cup Winner Odds

FA Cup Winner Odds: Man City still clear favourites to retain crown

The final is set, Manchester City will host their hated rivals Manchester United this Saturday, at 15:00, as the English domestic season reaches its conclusion. The City of Manchester will empty as they flock to support their side at Wembley.

2023/24 FA Cup Winner Odds

All odds are courtesy of bet365, correct at the time of publishing and subject to change

Man City 1/6
Man Utd 4/1

Man City @1/6

Pep Guardiola's men have often held the favourite position in the betting and it is no different coming into this one, as they comfortably rest atop the betting for this clash.

Unsurprisingly given their form, as they won a fourth successive Premier League title, racking up nine back-to-back victories on their way to this.

They have equally had United's number of late, beating them in all three of their most recent meeting, including the FA Cup final last term, where City came out on top of a 2-1 victory.

Eric ten Hag's outfit have gone from bad to worse of late as well, as their fall off has been almost cataclysmic. having only won three of their last 10 matches.

Including embarrassing defeats on their last few trips to London, being dispatched 4-0 by Crystal Palace, 4-3 by Chelsea and 2-0 by West Ham.

The only thing that could give Citizens pause for concern is the title celebration seen from their players. the leftovers from this could hamper the side, but with a week in between one would have hoped not.

City look set to do the domestic double, as United look ill placed to stop them.

Man Utd @4/1

United come into this one as possibly one of the longest priced outsiders, in an FA Cup final, for some time now.

Despite this they were travelling well in the Cup, beating Liverpool in astounding fashion in the quarter-finals. But since then, it all went from for the Red Devils.

Struggles against Coventry in the semis, as they were saved by VAR in the 97th minute of regulation, were just sings of things to come, as they then dropped off massively in the league.

United have however, managed to string together two wins on the bounce now to take them into this one, and will be hoping to capitalise upon the uncertainty a derby clash can bring.

Of course Wembley will prove a factor as well, but United haven't won here in either of their last two, losing to City last term, and drawing with Coventry most recently.

Anything can happen in a final, but if the same United turn up, they will be making the long journey home, empty handed.